Surrounded by high-end brand name boutiques including the likes of Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, the Grand Hyatt Melbourne holds its own, with two warmly lit polished stone lobbies and impressive artworks, including two imposing eagles which flank the property’s entrance on Russell Street. This five-star hotel also houses an impressive array of fine dining and drinking establishments – a notable feat, given the high calibre of restaurants and bars nearby.
Collins Kitchen is a casual bistro, whose menu showcases thoughtfully sourced, mostly local Victorian ingredients. On weekends, indulge in elegant high tea here, with loose leaf blends and espresso coffee served alongside delicate nibbles on designer 24-carat gold porcelain tableware. Sunday lunch is a buffet extravaganza, with multi-cuisine cooking stations and a heavenly dessert bar. Ru-Co offers an extensive list of signature cocktails and premium beverages drawn from a 2,700-bottle wine room, whilst the Bistro Bar provides a relaxed setting for quick snack.
Grand Hyatt Melbourne guestrooms epitomise luxury, with deep-pile carpets, contemporary modular seats and signature Grand Hyatt bedding, encased in silky Egyptian linen. Opulent Italian marble bathrooms have deep soaking tubs and a separate shower, whilst rooms are stocked with fluffy bathrobes, plush slippers, complimentary bottled water, quality coffee and tea.
The onsite City Club Health & Fitness Centre is a one-stop facility, with a team of dedicated trainers, an extensive group fitness timetable, high-tech equipment, an outdoor tennis court, golf nets and half-basketball court, as well as an indoor pool, steam room and sauna. Forgot your shorts? Don’t worry, there’s also a sports merchandise outlet on site. Other fabulous conveniences include various upscale retail outlets, a hair salon and a 31st floor executive lounge, which serves continental breakfast, all day refreshments and jaw-dropping views over the city.