Hyatt’s newest property in Australia has officially opened today, as part of Hyatt’s global expansion. The Hyatt Regency Brisbane is located adjacent to the Queen Street Mall in Brisbane’s Central Business District. This is a World of Hyatt Category 3 property with free nights starting at 12,000 points per night.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced today with Salter Brothers the opening of Hyatt Regency Brisbane, the first Hyatt hotel in Brisbane and eighth operating Hyatt hotel in Australia. Located in the heart of the city’s central business district within Queen Street Mall, the 292-room Hyatt Regency Brisbane offers business travelers and leisure guests a relaxing haven complete with an outdoor infinity pool and bar.
The hotel, which has been rebranded from an existing hotel and will undergo a refurbishment to enhance the guestrooms, public areas, event spaces and dining venues, is the first project between Hyatt and Salter Brothers, marking the return of the Hyatt brand into the state of Queensland.
Overlooking the lively Queen Street Mall, the outdoor 66-foot (20-meter) infinity-edge pool and bar on the fourth floor are ideal for unwinding after a day’s work or sightseeing. Other facilities include the 24-hour fitness center, an all-day restaurant and more than 1,000 square feet (100 square meters) of flexible function space.
With this latest opening, this will mark the Hyatt’s 8th property in Australia which includes Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Melbourne and Hyatt Hotel Canberra – A Park Hyatt Hotel to name a few.
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As a reminder World of Hyatt members will earn an additional 500 bonus points each qualifying night as part of Hyatt’s latest promotion for their newest hotels, so be sure to check out the newest hotel openings to stay up to date!
What are your thoughts on the newly opened Hyatt Regency Brisbane? Do you plan on checking it out later this year or next year?
Looks nice but we-US cannot go and it maybe a long time till we can see it!!