Here's what Trippy members say about Grand Hyatt Melbourne Hotel:
"If you enjoy a higher end trip then I would recommend staying somewhere along Collins Street at either the The Westin Melbourne or Grand Hyatt Melbourne Hotel, another option would be to stay near the shopping strip of Chapel St in one of the cool art house hotels like The Cullen or The Olsen." See More
This elegant hotel offers upscale accommodations with Art Deco-inspired interiors. Located at the top end of Collins Street, the hotel is a 30-minute drive from the Melbourne airport and a five-minute walk from the rail station. Onsite, guests will find a health club, pool, tennis courts, massage services, bars, and multiple restaurants.The new restaurant at Grand Hyatt Melbourne, Collins Kitchen, is now open. This new dining destination features open kitchens, serving five different dining concepts, Sushi, Deli, Grill, Wok and Patisserie. The a la carte menus for lunch, dinner and all day dining use local and organic produce, along with both buffet and a la carte menus for breakfast. Collins Kitchen is open daily from 6.30am to 10.30pm. The new bar at Grand Hyatt Melbourne, RU-CO, is also now open. RU-CO has an extensive wine list which draws from the 2700 bottle wine room, as well as an impressive list of signature martinis, classic cocktails and single malt whiskeys and scotches. RU-CO is open daily from 5pm until late.
From $218.56 to $638.71
33 floors and 547 rooms