Hyatt Centric brand debuts in Melbourne, Australia
Hyatt today announced the opening of Hyatt Centric Melbourne, marking the entry of the dynamic Hyatt Centric brand into Australia. Situated in a prime location in the heart of Melbourne’s booming city center, the Hyatt Centric Melbourne will inspire discerning explorers to discover authentic experiences and hidden gems in the vibrant city.
“Hyatt has been in Australia for over 30 years and we are delighted with the launch of the Hyatt Centric brand in the country and the introduction of its adventurous style of exploration and hospitality,” said David Udell, President of Asia-Pacific group. , Hyatt. “As Australia’s interstate and international borders reopen, we look forward to welcoming guests from near and far to experience Melbourne and its cosmopolitan spirit once again. “
Base with Melbourne Flair
Designed by Architectus Australia and Hecker Guthrie Interiors and built by Hickory, the Hyatt Centric Melbourne features 277 contemporary rooms spread over 25 levels. Sleek but understated interiors celebrate the character of Melbourne’s urban fabric, the city’s Hoddle Grid business district and the use of tessellated tiles as seen in the custom-designed rugs in the bedrooms and public spaces respectively at the Victorian-inspired brick in public spaces. The design also pays homage to Melbourne’s history in wool production and during the Gold Rush through a collection of upholstery and lighting from local designers, paving the way for guests to continue their personal discovery. of the city with many facets.
Hyatt Centric Melbourne collaborates with emerging and established local artists, food producers and designers to embody the unique spirit of Melbourne. This includes the street art of Damian Cazaly, the cafe of family roasters Cottle Coffee in South Melbourne, luxurious Mr. Smith bath products and fashionable clothing from PAGEANT for the hotel team outfit.
Short for ‘Taste of Melbourne Australia’, TOMA Restaurant & Bar on the 25th floor offers sustainably sourced Mediterranean-inspired menus with Victorian produce as well as panoramic views of the city, the Yarra River and the South Shore. The cafe, Allie Lane, serves treats from local producers, including coffee and craft beer, as well as homemade pastries and sandwiches. The kitchens are run by Chef Jordan Monkhouse, a well-known face in Melbourne, which is also famous for being the food capital of Australia.
Location, location, location
Hyatt Centric Melbourne is close to many of the city’s popular hot spots as well as a treasure trove of hidden gems, and offers convenient access to Southern Cross Station, the Docklands and Southbank districts, the Convention Center and Melbourne Exhibition and the Crown Entertainment Complex. Situated on the corner of Downie Street and Flinders Lane, the hotel is an ideal launching pad for exploration for both local residents and visitors alike.
“We are delighted to be working with Hyatt to launch the first Hyatt Centric hotel in Australia,” said Paul Little AO, President and Founder of The Little Group. “This property brings new life to local, national and international visitors to the southwest corner of downtown Melbourne. We look forward to Melburnians and visitors alike with an adventurous spirit celebrating special moments and creating experiences worthy of sharing at Hyatt Centric Melbourne.
Guests can enjoy wellness facilities such as the 25-meter swimming pool and the 24-hour gym. Bellarine Meetings on the sixth floor offers 2,260 square feet (210 square meters) of flexible reception space, as well as a spacious 2,670 square foot (248 square meters) outdoor patio for personalized celebrations and lively entertainment.
“The Hyatt Centric Melbourne is intended to inspire curious and discerning explorers who want to be in the heart of the action,” said Ilan Weill, general manager of Hyatt Centric Melbourne. “Our team of committed and passionate Melburnians are keen to share their local knowledge, helping our clients discover authentic experiences, blending the city’s street art hot spots, vibrant coffee culture, artistic spirit and the lively creative alleys. ”
Reservations for Hyatt Centric Melbourne are now open, with stays starting December 1, 2021. For more information, please visit: hyattcentricmelbourne.com.
Guided by its focus of care, Hyatt’s multi-level global commitment to care and cleanliness further enhances its operational guidance and resources around the safety and peace of mind of colleagues and guests. You can find more information about Hyatt’s commitment here: hyatt.com/care-and-cleanliness.