Inside Grand Hyatt Melbourne’s superior 5-star MICE experiences

Inside Grand Hyatt Melbourne’s superior 5-star MICE experiences

The Grand Hyatt Melbourne is a 5-star hotel located on Collins Street in the heart of the CBD among Melbourne’s bustling shopping, dining and theatre scene. It offers a superlative guest experience and is recognised as one of the city’s superior five-star hotels for a number of very good reasons.

Each of the Grand Hyatt Melbourne’s 550 guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling Melbourne skyline or Yarra River views, Italian marble bathrooms, generous workstations, custom king-sized beds and Egyptian cotton linens, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi access on an unlimited number of devices as standard.

The 84 club rooms and 25 premium suites upsize the guest experience all the way through to the hotel’s Premier Suite, with 182 square metres of space, two large living and entertaining spaces, a Bose surround sound system and 3 LCD televisions as well as exclusive Grand Club Lounge access – which provides guests with concierge services, complimentary daily continental breakfast, all-day refreshments, evening drinks with canapés as well as wireless internet access.

The Grand Hyatt Melbourne also features four restaurant and bar options – the highlight being its Collins Kitchen which offers an expansive, award-winning buffet breakfast, High Tea (“in Style by Cristina Re”), a Go Grand Sunday Lunch and Ru-Co Bar (with a wine list drawn from the 2700 premium bottle wine room). The signature offering of the hotel’s Collins Kitchen is the Texakaya by Burn City Pop-Up which offers uniquely impressive Texan-Japanese fusion culinary options (available until 31 August 2019).

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For those more interested in recreational facilities, the Grand Hyatt Melbourne also has guests covered by way of a 24-hour City Club Health & Fitness Centre (one of the largest in the area) with a fully equipped, state-of-the-art life fitness cardio and weights equipment as well as classes for spin, step, shape and strength, Pilates and yoga. The centre also features an indoor heated swimming pool and spa, steam room and sauna, open-air tennis court, golf practice nets available for hire as well as massage, body and facial treatments.

The Grand Hyatt Melbourne also features 15 impressive event spaces which can be configured to accommodate a variety of different-sized events for up to 1500 guests. The hotel recently launched a new events microsite showcasing why the hotel continues to be one of the industry leaders in delivering standout events for any corporate occasion. The site includes a complete virtual reality tour of the entire hotel as well as a curated program of signature experiences to help create more meaningful connections and memorable moments during events.

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These signature experiences give guests the opportunity to experience the very best of Melbourne without leaving the hotel and are a treat for each and every one of the senses. These include hand-picked and indulgent food experiences showcasing Victoria’s best local produce such as cheese and coffee, as well as wellness experiences including mindfulness meditations, goals and happiness workshops and rooftop yoga sessions.

Sensory experiences include street art tours, graffiti workshops, as well as perfume discovery and scent creation workshops guided by master perfume makers, as well as “discover Melbourne” experiences including discovering how chocolate is made from bean to bar in a 10-step artisan chocolate-making process at Ratio Cocoa Roasters, Aboriginal heritage walks, a tour through Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and an ultimate foodie tour of Queen Victoria Market.

These unique experiences are highly recommended and great for those wanting to stretch their legs and step outside of the conference or meeting room venue, and helping energise and inspire guests in a uniquely fresh and engaging way.

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