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Park Hyatt Sydney – non-harbour view rooms

Park Hyatt Sydney – non-harbour view rooms

  1. lloydbuck

    Hi, I’m considering a stay at Park Hyatt Sydney for a couple of nights, intending to purchase points for the stay as it would be cheaper than the cash rate. For points stays, it seems that rooms do not have a harbour view (if they do, there’s none available, only king rooms which don’t specify harbour view). I have no status with Hyatt, and just wondered whether anyone knew whether there is any form of view from these rooms, or whether it would just be a brick wall?!
    Many thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    I haven’t stayed in a non-harborside room, but I think you’d at least have a view of the park across the street? There *is* a wall if you look at the street view, but as rooms are on the second floor and up….[URL]https://www.google.com/maps/@-33.8554835,151.2097905,3a,60y,333.63h,103.57t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sFmE2nFmbutBy8via6xYMNQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656[/URL]

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