A Quick Trip Down Under: Part 4 – Park Hyatt Sydney – City Harbor King Room

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I made a last-minute trip to Australia to surprise my mom on her 60th birthday where she was visiting my sister.  And I planned this trip literally 3 days before I left.

We had a lovely stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney, ate incredible food, toured the Sydney Opera House, and enjoyed the friendly Aussie hospitality!

Park Hyatt Sydney Review

Located Near the Sydney Harbor Bridge, the Park Hyatt Sydney Has Terrific Harbor and City Views

A Quick Trip Down Under Index:

Part 1 – United Airlines International Business Class to Australia (and, Food!)

Part 2 – Park Hyatt Sydney Views and Diamond Breakfast

Part 3 – Park Hyatt Sydney – Opera Deluxe Room

Part 4 – Park Hyatt Sydney – City Harbor King Room

Part 5 – Sydney Opera House Tour

Part 6 – United Airlines Global First Review

I used 30,000 Hyatt points per night to book a City Harbor King room for 2 nights at the Park Hyatt Sydney.  These rooms usually sell for ~$750+ a night.

(You can earn Hyatt points from their credit card.  Or by transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points.)

Park Hyatt Sydney City Harbor King Room

Hyatt Beds Are Always So Comfy!

One side of the room faces the city.

Park Hyatt Sydney City Harbor King Room

Despite Being a City View Room, I Liked That You Still Overlooked the Water

But the other faces the harbor and you get a pretty good view of the Sydney Opera House from the room.  I forgot to get a picture.  Sorry.

The bathroom was very luxurious.

Park Hyatt Sydney City Harbor King Room

I Liked the Clean Design and Subtle Lighting – and of Course the Soaker Tub!

And the bathroom had those oscillating devices!

I remember the 1st time I experimented with 1 of these at a Hyatt.  😉

Park Hyatt Sydney City Harbor King Room

Hyatt Seems to Be Installing These at Many of Their Upscale Hotels – This Version Had More Features!

The Park Hyatt Sydney was a comfortable and elegant spot to use as our home base while we explored Sydney.

And it was perfectly located for our Sydney Opera House tour!

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One response to “A Quick Trip Down Under: Part 4 – Park Hyatt Sydney – City Harbor King Room

  1. Australia is my next bucket list destination thank you for the post! Just curious why did you change rooms? I see that you used points for two nights and cash for two nights…
    How much did you pay out of pocket for each night