Hyatt Regency Sydney unveils private entertaining terrace suites

Designed for private dining and entertaining, the lavish terrace suites are the final addition to the hotel's multi-million dollar refurbishment.

Hyatt Regency Sydney has unveiled its two brand new luxury terrace suites, specially designed for entertaining and private dining.

The lavish Sydney Terrace Suite and Regency Terrace Suite are the hotel’s first suites to feature an outdoor terrace and offer more than 130 square metres of accommodation combined with 34 square metres of outdoor terrace space, affording Western facing panoramic water views.

With a focus on personalised luxury, guests will have access to a private Regency Concierge, private chef, round-the-clock valet parking, and even a private cocktail mixologist.

Catering for up to 12 guests for an intimate soiree, or up to six guests for seated dining, both suites feature a private dining space, butler’s pantry, freestanding bar and separate work and living areas including a king bedroom with ensuite bathroom.

The Sydney Terrace Suite offers a larger accommodation space at 194 square metres, with the option of two additional king bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, accessed via a private suite entrance.

“The expanse of both terraces are a rarity in the Sydney market and are truly one-of-a-kind,” Hyatt Regency Sydney general manager Jane Lyons said.

“As we welcome back guests from around the world, we are confident we have offerings that cater for the travel demands of all guests. The suites allow us the opportunity to deliver a more personalised, tailored and bespoke experience, along with the exceptional service and culinary experiences Hyatt Regency Sydney is renowned for.”

Enhancing the hotel’s sophisticated yet relaxed harbour side living concept, the new suites are the final addition to Hyatt Regency Sydney’s multi-million dollar refurbishment.

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