Escape to Park Hyatt Melbourne

  • Written by Kate Atkinson



Relax and unwind in the stunning surrounds of Melbourne's most luxurious hotel. Renowned for personalised service and attention to detail, Park Hyatt Melbourne creates exceptional experiences every step of the way.

Boasting the city's largest guestrooms and suites, arrive via the tree lined drive and enter through the double doors before making your way to your beautifully appointed suite. Featuring a plush king bed, separate living area, Italian marble bathroom with double vanity, separate shower, deep soaking tub and expansive walk-in wardrobe each suite is a peaceful retreat nestled on the city's edge. Throughout your stay enjoy the added comforts of Melbourne made Aesop amenities, Nespresso coffee machine, Bose Bluetooth sound system and complimentary Wi-Fi.

With our compliments you're invited to experience Park Lounge, located on the 19th floor. This private and elegant space offers panoramic views of Melbourne's city skyline and iconic sporting precincts as well as afternoon refreshments, evening drinks, canapés and one hour complimentary use of Park Lounge Boardroom. During your stay visit Park Club Health & Day Spa for an afternoon of bliss or the award winning radii restaurant & bar for a truly unique dining experience.

A Suite Escape to Park Hyatt Melbourne

Ranging from 120 to 240 square metres, we invite you to experience all of the comforts and luxury of our Ambassador, Diplomat and Presidential Suites with 15% off our best available rate plus your choice of private airport transfers or a private guided tour of our beautiful city.

Offer available from April to October 2017.

To learn more phone 13 12 34 or visit melbourne.park.hyatt.com

Full terms and conditions apply.

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