Hyatt Regency Sydney has revealed its new look accommodation, following a major upgrade of three quarters of the property’s rooms and suites.
The multi-million dollar refresh of 649 rooms and 17 suites marks the final stage of its transformation since it relaunched under the Hyatt Regency brand in December 2016.
At the time, the property underwent a $250 million dollar redevelopment, which included a new 24-storey tower, open-air sky bar Zephyr, a Regency Club Lounge and 3,700 square metres of meeting and event spaces.
Designed by Bates Smart, the new-look rooms draw inspiration from the hotel’s harbourside location with a fresh nautical palette, luxe décor, Italian-made joinery and rounded mirrors reminiscent of cabin portholes.
Hyatt Regency Sydney general manager Jane Lyons said the team are extremely excited to showcase the new rooms and suites.
“The 2020 refurbishment adds freshness and a new level of sophistication to Hyatt Regency Sydney’s accommodation offering,” she said.
“It is the final piece of the puzzle of the hotel’s transformation into a 5-star, premium offering.”
Since the pandemic, Hyatt Regency Sydney has successfully hosted a number of COVID-safe events, including AHICE 2020, hosted by Spice‘s publication HM Magazine. Read about the event here.