I like to hang out in Sydney's inner and Eastern suburbs discovering the newest/best restaurants & cafes. Also enjoy getting to Melbourne occassionally to check out their dining scene. Good produce, great cooking and efficient service a must for any dining establishment.
Joined 04 October 2007 Surry Hills, NSW
Super busy on the weekend but put your name down and go for a short walk. We dropped in for lunch and whilst it has a pretty short menu we opted for sandwiches from the cabinet. Very tasty, great coffee and good service. Will try again for breakfast.
This could possibly be the best hotel in Australia. Not cheap though so its really for the moderately well off or for people who have accumulated a lot of Hyatt Points. We had a terrific time at the Hyatt a couple of weekends ago. I was concerned about the location in terms of noise (right on the harbour and next to the harbour bridge) but couldn't have been happier. The rooms are super quiet with thick glass and multi blinds. The rooms are nicely appointed, well designed and the view is just spectacular. We opted for the more expensive Opera House view room and it's well worth it. Waking up each morning to the Opera House which was even more spectacular as the Vivid light show was on during our stay. Its is hard to pick any major faults here as it really is that good - only issue we had was having to call multiply times to get the batteries in the safe changed as it wasn't working (a few times the phone just rang out to guest services which is sloppy). Also when dining on the ground floor behind reception its really noisy - with so much marble and glass everything conversation just bounces around and its really hard to have a quite conversation. Other than these two minor things I'd highly recommend the Park Hyatt Sydney, no doubt the best Hyatt I've stayed in anywhere in the world.
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