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Hyatt’s footprint continues to expand with the announcement of the first Hyatt House property coming to Melbourne, Australia in 2025. The 97-room Hyatt House South Melbourne will be located near a host of dining, shopping, and entertainment landmarks including the Royal Botanical gardens, the Australian Grand Prix racetrack in Albert Park, the business hubs in St. Kilda Road, the Docklands, Southbank, and the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The hotel will offer studios as well as one-bedroom, residential-style Kitchen Suites designed with all of the amenities needed for extended stays. The hotel’s all-day lounge will house the H Bar, where guests can enjoy breakfast and evening cocktails. The Hyatt House South Melbourne will offer a 24/7 fitness room and communal spaces for working, socializing, or relaxing.
David Udell, Group President, Asia Pacific at Hyatt, said:
We are proud to work with Holder East Ltd on the first Hyatt House hotel in Australia. The brand brings all the comforts of home to guests who do not just want to stay somewhere, but to live somewhere, even if only for two nights. That means more space for living and working, delivered with flexibility, comfort and thoughtful touches. This exciting milestone also reflects Hyatt’s continued growth of our extended-stay portfolio, enabling guests to experience our signature care in new ways.”
Anthony’s Take: It might not be the Park Hyatt Sydney, but having more Hyatt options is a good thing. Hyatt continues to expand and as long as they don’t gut their loyalty program, I will continue to be a happy Globalist.
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