The Grand Hyatt Melbourne has completed another phase of its US$31million renovation that provides business travellers with a number of new features.
In Melbourne’s CBD, the redevelopment project has specially targeted corporates, but hasn’t neglected leisure visitors.
Danielle van der Griend, marketing communications manager, told Business Traveller: “We have a new restaurant, Collins Kitchen, which is delicious and reasonably priced, a great place for business lunches or to unwind at the end of a day of meetings. The private dining areas, the Chef’s Table for ten and the Kitchen Room for 14, is also the perfect place to host a dinner.
“The new bar, RU-CO, is also a great meeting venue for drinks with plenty of plush seating and sleek, modern design. The bar now serves snacks from Collins Kitchen, and has an extensive wine list,” she said.
The new information technology system installed ensures that Grand Hyatt Melbourne has wireless internet coverage throughout the building.
The Melbourne property has also launched a contemporary events venue, The Residence, which is a Hyatt signature product for the meetings market. It can accommodate groups of up to 450 guests.
The next stage of the refurbishment will take place mid year when an upgrade of the hotel’s 547 guestrooms is scheduled. Preliminary work has already commenced with the installation of new custom beds furnished with Egyptian cotton linen and flat-screen TVs in all rooms.
For further details see, www.melbourne.grand.hyatt.com