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Park Hyatt Melbourne

1 Parliament Square,, off Parliament Place , Melbourne, Australia
Classic Preferred Hotel

Park Hyatt Melbourne


Insider Tip

History buffs and the young (or young at heart) shouldn't miss a stroll through neighbouring Fitzroy Gardens. Nestled amid its winding pathways and flowering shrubs is not only Cook's Cottage, which was originally built in 1755 by the parents of famous English navigator Captain James Cook, but also the Fairies Tree, a carved tree trunk meant to be a sanctuary for fairies and those who believe in them.

Hotel Overview

Upscale shopping nearby
Set against one side of Fitzroy Gardens and next to Treasury Gardens, this gracious hotel offers easy access to the upscale shopping of Collins Street's 'Paris end', approximately from here.
Art Deco décor
With no two layouts alike, the 240 guestrooms and suites carry the hotel's subtle Art Deco theme and include Italian marble bathrooms with inset wall TVs for easy viewing from the deep bathtubs.
Pool, spa
An edgeless lap pool is set amid Grecian-inspired columns in the health club, which also features a tennis court, fitness studio, and full-service spa with a variety of tempting treatments.

Amenity highlights:

Central to the Park Hyatt's health club, which also features a full day spa, is a 25-metre edgeless lap pool in a Grecian-inspired setting. The club includes a tennis court, staffed fitness studio, steam room, and dry sauna. Among the hotel's multiple dining options is a fashionable, multi-level restaurant and bar for everything from pre-dinner drinks in the bar/lounge, to an interactive dining experience, and post-dinner entertainment.

What to expect:

he discreet, flag-lined driveway leading up to the hotel entrance gives the feeling of arriving at a gracious mansion in an upscale neighbourhood. This ambience extends to the interior, which gleams with marble columns and floors complemented by dark-wood walls, chrome fixtures in subtle Art Deco designs, and glass artwork scattered throughout. Classical music piped into the background and deep leather chairs set in conversation corners encourage relaxation for the hotel's clientele, which comprises families on holiday, local couples on weekend getaways, and travellers on business.


1 Parliament Square,, off Parliament Place , Melbourne, Australia


MEL - Tullamarine



Making each unique in layout, configurations of the Park Hyatt's 240 guestrooms vary by floor and type. Decorated in keeping with the hotel's subtle Art Deco theme, along with original works of art and in dark tones that complement the Madrona wood wall paneling, guestrooms all have bathrooms outfitted with Italian marble tiling. Guess can watch the inset wall TVs from the deep soaking bathtubs, and mirrors above the double glass-sink vanity areas are mist-free. Other standards include large, walk-in closets, padded armchairs with ottomans, and glass-topped work areas with high-speed Internet access. Lighted do-not-disturb signs and electronic doorbells outside each guestroom are other handy offerings.


  • Air conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Bathroom scale
  • Bathroom telephone
  • Bathroom TV
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Child care (in room, surcharge)
  • Climate control
  • Clock radio
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Direct-dial phone
  • Electronic/magnetic keys
  • Extra towels/bedding in room
  • Hair dryer
  • Housekeeping
  • In-room safe
  • Internet access - high speed
  • Internet access - surcharge
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Massage - available in room
  • Minibar
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Pay movies
  • Premium bedding
  • Slippers
  • Turndown service
  • Voice mail
  • Wake-up calls
  • Window opens


Property Amenities

Everything from a weekend escape in the full-service health club and spa to a weekday business meeting is accounted for with the Park Hyatt's range of facilities and services. Central to the Park Hyatt's health club, which also features a full day spa featuring La Prairie products, is a 25-metre edgeless lap pool set amid Grecian-inspired architecture. The club also features a tennis court, staffed fitness studio, steam room and dry sauna, and extensive locker facilities for men and women. Valet parking: $AU$25-$35 per 24-hour period. In addition to wireless Internet access in the lobby area and a small business centre set close to reception, the Park Hyatt Melbourne offers eight conference/function venues. Decorated in keeping with the hotel's subtle Art Deco theme, they range from a large ballroom to an intimate library-like boardroom.Business centre: A small business centre just to the right of reception offers basic secretarial services, postal services, and two computer workstations (surcharges). Internet access: High-speed wired Internet access is available at the business centre workstations and in the conference rooms. Surcharges apply at AU$5-$10 per 5 minutes, capping off at 500 minutes. Wireless Internet access is available in the lobby area for surcharges of AU$25-$30 for 2 hours' use. Access cards must be purchased at reception. Fees subject to change without notice. Conference/function room(s): Eight venues at the Park Hyatt Melbourne allow for meetings and events in a wide variety of settings. The circular ballroom features a sunken parquet floor set beneath an Art Deco-style chandelier and holds up to 600 in a cocktail-style setup. More intimate venues include the Library, which features a fireplace and custom-made boardroom table and can hold up to 32. The medium-sized Fairmont room can hold up to 150, or can be sub-divided into smaller rooms. The Trilogy restaurant and its adjacent garden are popular for social functions.The following list of amenities are available on-site; fees may apply.

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Airport transportation (surcharge)
  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Ballroom(s)


Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.


Radii restaurant and bar
Five staggered levels of mirrors, chrome, and marble account for everything from pre-dinner drinks in the circular lower-level bar/lounge, to an interactive dining experience near the open kitchen, and evening entertainment by the baby grand piano. A Mediterranean-influenced menu is changed seasonally and includes dishes such as freshly shucked oysters, seared rare tuna, and soft-centered chocolate puddings. Some dishes are embellished with fresh herbs from the hotel's own garden. In addition to a well-stocked bar, radii has an extensive wine cellar of white, red, and dessert wines that can be purchased by the bottle or the glass. Open for dinner Tuesday-Saturday; reservations recommended.


Central to the Park Club Health Club is a 25-metre edgeless lap pool set amid a Grecian-inspired room with sandstone colonnades, a mosaic mural, and a domed ceiling. The pool is complemented by a spa tub and plunge pool. The club also features a steam room and dry sauna, and extensive locker facilities for men and women. These marble-tiled rooms include changing rooms, lockers, weight scales, and vanity stations with hair dryers and Molton Brown amenities. A staffed fitness studio offers eight cardio machines, pinned and free weights, and four TVs. Guests can also work up a sweat at the tennis court, or relax on a lounge on the large sundeck. Just from the Yarra River, the Park Hyatt offers easy access to rowing and canoeing facilities, as well as bicycle-hire venues. A paved riverside path is popular for jogging, and there are paved paths for short jogs in the neighbouring Fitzroy Gardens. The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre in Albert Park has basketball, volleyball, squash/racquetball, and diving facilities. Upon request, the concierge can arrange special access to nearby Sanctuary lakes and Heritage Torquay Sands Golf Courses. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
  • Basketball
  • Bicycle rentals
  • Golfing
  • Racquetball/squash
  • Rowing or canoeing
  • Running track/path
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball