About Park Hyatt Melbourne
Park Hyatt Melbourne offers an extensive range of facilities and services to cater to your every need including a 24-hour Business Centre, concierge service for all travel and entertainment requirements and a Communications Centre with secretarial services and multilingual staff.
- Largest 240 luxury rooms & suites in Melbourne
- Spacious Italian marble bathroom
- BOT shaving mirrors in shower
- Deep two-person bath with inset television (spa on request)
- Twin glass hand basins and separate glass shower
- 25-metre indoor aquamarine pool and spa
- Separate male and female steam room and sauna
- 24-hour fully equipped state of the art gymnasium
- Outdoor tennis court and a relaxing Day Spa with a range of health and beauty treatments
- 24-hour car park
AccessibilityPark Hyatt Melbourne offers wheelchair accessibility for physically challenged guests. Wheelchairs are available upon request through the hotel Concierge.
The Business Centre provides an extensive range of free-standing services and facilities that includes:
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Confidential secretarial and office services
- Translation and interpretation
- Business reference library
- Equipment hire
- Data processing facilities
- Workstations with computer and Internet access are available
Black and White A4 Photocopying
Black and White A3 Photocopying
Black and White Printing
$5.00 first page / $2.00 thereafter
$7.00 first page / $3.00 thereafter
$10.00 first page / $5.00 thereafter
$0.40 per page
$1.00 per page
$0.50 per page
$3.50 per page
$15.00 per page
Map & Directions
From Melbourne Airport to the Hotel
Distance: 21 kilometres / 13 miles
Time: 30 minutes by car
From Parliament Station to the Hotel
Distance: 500 metres / 0.3 miles
Time: Three-minute walk
- Melbourne CBD – 1 km
- Melbourne city centre – 1.5 km
- Parliament Place – the hotel is located off Parliament Place
- Victoria Parliament House – 200 metres
- Fitzroy Gardens – adjacent to the hotel
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral – adjacent to the hotel
- Princess Theatre – 500 metres
- Regent Theatre – 1 km
- Her Majesty’s Theatre – 1 km
- Wellington Park – 700 metres
- Yarra River – 1.5 km
- Treasury Gardens – 300 metres
- Bourke Street – 500 metres
- Spring Street – 350 metres
- Flinders Street – 800 metres
- Collins Street – 350 metres
- Little Collins Street – 500 metres
The hotel's Concierge is pleased to arrange transport to or from the airport or to any other destination.
- 24 hour concierge service for all travel, entertainment and information needs
- 24-hour in-room dining
- Beauty treatments and massage
- 24-hour car park
- Valet parking
- Express check-out
- Hyatt Worldwide Reservations Centre
- Seven-day laundry and dry cleaning service
- Wardrobe storage service for travelling guests
- Major credit cards accepted
- Safe-deposit boxes
- Personal amenities available for purchase
No professional photography is permitted without written permission from the hotel. Please contact the hotel directly to discuss these terms and conditions.
Australia has a decimal system with 100 cents to the dollar ($AUD). Foreign currencies and travellers cheques may be exchanged at the hotel or at banks located a short distance from the hotel. All major credit cards and EFTPO’S are widely accepted throughout Melbourne including American Express, Diners, VISA and MasterCard. Australia has a Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10 per cent on all goods and services.
Should you require further information, please contact +613 9224 1234 or email email@example.com.
Avalon Domestic Airport – 50 km
Spencer Street Station – 2 km
Airport Transfer - Taxi Information
A ride from Melbourne International Airport takes half an hour and costs approximately $50.00 - $60.00 AUD
A ride from Avalon Domestic Airport takes one hour and costs approximately $80.00 - $100.00 AUD
The hotel's concierge is pleased to arrange transport to or from the airport or to any other destination.
Guest Service Ambassador
What's the most important thing you learned about travel?
It was on my first overseas trip that I quickly discovered how daunting and confusing a foreign country can be. I was away from home, immersed in a new culture, facing a language barrier and finding my way, when I met someone who went out of their way to help me and welcome me. It was then, I made a promise to myself to try and be more like that person, who has since had such a big influence on the level of service I offer guests at Park Hyatt Melbourne. Now I look back and realise how exciting it is to see and discover new places and the unexpected. I feel truly blessed to live in Melbourne and I want everyone who comes to this city to walk away knowing that they have visited one of the great cities of the world.
What is your favourite cultural place to walk to from your hotel?
I love to walk down to Federation Square, a modern, open space in the heart of city where you can meet friends for a quick coffee or watch as the people of Melbourne walk by. Overlooking the iconic Flinders Street Station, the beautiful St Paul’s Cathedral and Melbourne’s Yarra River there is no better place to soak up the hustle and bustle of the city. Federation Square always reminds me that the people of Melbourne passionately embrace the city’s heritage and its vibrant, ever evolving culture and look forward to tomorrow and welcome what the day will bring.
You have $15 to spend on lunch, where would you eat? If you had $500?
For a delicious lunch on a smaller budget, I would go straight to Pho Nom. Offering fantastic hawker style food at very reasonable prices, Pho Nom has just what you need for a quick bite. Pho Nom is located on the Lower Level of the Emporium.
For a special occasion that you will want to remember, I suggest visit Vue De Monde at the top of the Rialto. Under the guidance of Chef Shannon Bennett, his team creates a dining experience that is truly amazing – it is imperative to book well in advance though, as Melbourne is lining up to be a part of this.
What have guests been asking about lately? What kind of experiences are they looking for?
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining in Melbourne; our hotel is ideally located within walking distance to some of the best cafes and restaurants the city has to offer.
Our famous laneways are still as popular as ever for a coffee, ciabatta or baguette, however more and more our guests are seeking unique experiences such as wine tasting in the Yarra Valley, visiting the Twelve Apostles or sailing along the Mornington Peninsula in complete luxury.
Our team works closely with a number of private tour companies throughout Melbourne to ensure reliable, memorable and personalised experiences for our guests. At Park Hyatt, we pride ourselves truly listening to our guests, finding out exactly what they are looking for and then providing the experience of a lifetime.
If you had 24 hours in Melbourne what would you do and where would you go?
I would start my day with breakfast at Cumulus Inc. in Flinders Lane, then I would visit the National Gallery of Victoria and admire the latest in world art. I would then take a trip on the free City Circle tram which gives you an amazing overview of our city with commentary, stopping at Degraves Street to grab a coffee as I watch the world go by.
I would enjoy lunch at Chin Chin in Flinders Lane, followed by a walk to Southbank, along the iconic Yarra River. As dusk approaches, I would make my way to Eureka Tower Sky Deck and soak up the breathtaking views of Melbourne at sunset before making my way to dinner at Sake, a contemporary Japanese restaurant at Hamer Hall. I would then finish the day at Siglo Bar, one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets where I would plan my next visit to this beautiful city.
What is your favorite piece of artwork in the hotel?
With some many unique pieces here at the hotel, I am spoilt for choice, however my favourite work is called “The Kiss “ – a hand blown glass sculpture from Murano, Venice located in our lobby. I love the way it captures the light at different times of the day.
Tell us about a rare and unique experience you have curated for guests in your location?
I recently had the opportunity to organise a helicopter flight along the Great Ocean Road for an overseas guest, which they enjoyed immensely. It was both their first time in a helicopter and first time seeing the grandeur that is the Great Ocean Road – an unbeatable combination, in my opinion.
Is there one other Park Hyatt hotel and resort in particular you love or are dying to visit?
I would love to stay at Park Hyatt Maldives and experience the unparalleled luxury that they are known for.
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