Blue Mountains’ Kyah Hotel boosts event capabilities

The boutique property is marching into cooler climes with fresh products, lush landscaping and nature-inspired experiences.

Kyah Boutique Hotel in the Blue Mountains has finalised phase two of its revamp, expanding its meeting and event capabilities and unveiling a number of new outdoor highlights for guests.

Just in the time for the cooler season ahead, the 46-room Blackheath property has introduced an outdoor fire pit with seating, a sauna, and a wood-fired hot tub with timber batten privacy screens, which Kyah general manager Mate Herceg said gives guests the perfect opportunity to stay and play outside during their next meeting or event.

“Regardless of whether guests are here for business or pleasure, people typically come to the Blue Mountains to escape the rat race, clear their heads and enjoy nature,” Herceg said.

“Our latest upgrade reflects this, complementing the extensive work we’ve already done indoors. Given the destination’s ‘great outdoors’ appeal, it really is just as important from a guest and delegate experience.”

Offering an ideal corporate retreat for those seeking nature-inspired meetings, events and experiences in the Blue Mountains, Kyah can incorporate a range of outdoor experiences into delegate programs such as e-bike excursions paired with picnic hampers from the hotel’s esteemed Blaq restaurant and a list of recommended local trails to explore.

MICE guests have the choice of several purpose-built breakout zones and adaptable meeting spaces, complete with state-of-the-art AV capabilities.
The largest is the Brightlands Room, which is ideal for private dinner events and standing cocktail functions catering up to 80 seated and 120 standing. At 20 square metres, the Evans Room is better suited to smaller style meetings and intimate cocktail functions, accommodating up to 16 seated and 20 standing. Both spaces can be combined to provide a maximum capacity of up to 120 seated or 140 standing.
For a semi-private event (of up to 40 seated or 60 people standing), The Loft at Kyah provides an intimate environment situated slightly to the side of Blaq’s main floor and features its own fireplace for a cosy ambience. The main floor of Blaq restaurant and bar can also be booked for private dinners, cocktail events and full-venue functions, seating up to 120 and accommodating 200 standing. When incorporating Blaq’s covered terrace, the capacity increases to 160 seated and 250 standing.
Due to launch in the coming months, The Greenhouse will provide another private event space within the grounds of Kyah, available for hosting seated and standing events as well as serving as a relaxing break-out space.

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