Park Hyatt Sydney unveils plans for hotel renovation

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    The iconic Park Hyatt Sydney has announced its plans for a dramatic transformation, which is expected to be the largest renovation in the hotel’s 20 year history. The revitalization of the hotel is expected to include the addition of three luxury rooftop suites and significant changes to all areas of the hotel – refreshing the property while maintaining the contemporary luxury for which Park Hyatt Sydney is known. Positioned between the world-famous Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Park Hyatt Sydney offers guests an intimate, residential-style hotel with architecture, design and art that reflects the Australian landscape.

    The broad scope of the multi-million dollar project will involve a complete redesign of the hotel’s guest rooms, including architectural fixtures and finishes, custom designed contemporary lighting, new furniture and unique artwork by renowned Australian artists. The hotel’s new interiors will offer a natural feel with rich layers of chocolate, cream and beige hues. Designed to celebrate the indoor-outdoor experience, all guest rooms will feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open onto spacious private balconies that honour Park Hyatt Sydney’s exclusive harbourfront location.

    In addition to the complete makeover of accommodation, the hotel’s restaurants and bars, private dining rooms, day spa and recreational facilities will also be enhanced to reinforce Park Hyatt Sydney’s position as one of Australia’s premier hotels.

    The proposed renovation programme will present Park Hyatt Sydney with the opportunity to extend its environmental initiatives. Energy-efficient lighting and water-saving devices are expected to be added throughout the hotel.

    Park Hyatt Sydney’s proposed renovation plan is subject to government approval and has been scheduled to coincide with the hotel’s winter period to minimise disruption to guests. The new design will be spearheaded by leading interior designers BARstudio.

    Daniel Fountain / 14.08.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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