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Hyatt Regency Sydney

Sydney , Australia

85 Very Good 13414 Reviews
Modern retreat overlooking the harbor with multiple restaurants, a rooftop bar with panoramic views, Regency Club lounge, and fitness center. Close to premier shopping, museums, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Sydney Opera House, and less than 5 miles from Bondi Beach and golf.
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Reservations booked under the "5 Star Signature Package" rate will also include full buffet breakfast for each guest daily at Sailmaker, a $100 USD food and beverage credit per room/per stay, a welcome amenity, and an automatic room category upgrade at booking based on availability,
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Hyatt Regency Sydney
Towering over Darling Harbour, the Hyatt Regency Sydney is a luxury hotel in the heart of the city's Central Business District. As Sydney's largest premium hotel, the property offers a haven of relaxation for business and leisure travelers with 892 guest rooms, multiple dining options, and 3,700 square meters of flexible event space.

Featuring updated classic styling, guest rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs, Miracast wireless mirroring of content from portable devices, workstations with large work desks and chairs, as well as coffee and tea making facilities. There are E-Concierge services, plus spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers.

For dining, the hotel offers a variety of options including the Sailmaker restaurant with all-day dining, along with one of Sydney's oldest pubs, Dundee Arms. The Zephyr Sky Bar is one of the city's top rooftop bars, and the Heritage Bar serves light snacks, tea, and coffee. Plus, the Regency Club lounge provides and exclusive setting for daily breakfast, all-day refreshments, and evening cocktails with Darling Harbour views.
Hotel Address:
  • Hyatt Regency Sydney
  • 161 Sussex Street
  • Sydney, NSW 2000
  • Australia

Location Summary
Adjacent to Darling Harbour, Hyatt Regency Sydney is located in the city's Central Business District. Providing a central location for business and leisure travelers, the property is within walking distance of premier shopping, Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, Australian National Maritime Museum, SEA LIFE Sydney, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, public transportation, museums, galleries, and theaters.

Directions to Hotel
By car from Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD), 7 miles: Take M1 from Joyce Drive and General Holmes Drive. Follow M1 to Cross City Tunnel in Darlinghurst. Take the Eastern Distributor exit from M1. Continue on Cross City Tunnel. Take Western Distributor to Sussex Street in Sydney to the hotel.
Banquets & Meetings
Property offers more than 3,700 square meters of event space including 2 ballrooms and 21 meeting rooms.
Fine Dining On Site
Sailmaker restaurant with all-day dining.
Beach
Bondi Beach is 4.3 miles away.
Golfing
Golf course within 3.1 miles
Recommended Rooms
Harbour View Studio Suites have panoramic views of Darling Harbour with floor-to-ceiling windows, minifridges, flat-screen TVs with Miracast mirroring technology, and freestanding baths with walk-in showers.


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Hyatt Regency Sydney

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Hotel Amenities
  • - Banquets & Meetings
    - Business Center
    - Meeting Space
    - Disabled Access
    - Fine Dining On Site
    - Fine Dining Nearby
    - Fitness Center
    - High Speed Internet
Available Activities
  • - Beach
    - Boating
    - Dining
    - Ecological Tourism
    - Golfing
    - Shopping
    - Theatre & Museums