Hyatt Returns to Australia With New Brisbane Hotel

The Hyatt Regency Brisbane, the first Hyatt hotel in the Australian city and eighth in the country has opened.

Located in the heart of the city’s central business district within Queen Street Mall, a designated pedestrian zone, the 292-room Hyatt Regency Brisbane offers business travellers a relaxing haven complete with an outdoor infinity pool and bar.

The new hotel offers easy access to major corporate and government offices and is a 15-minute walk from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, and approximately one kilometre from the South Bank cultural district.

With 292 well-appointed guestrooms, a planned refurbishment will enhance Hyatt Regency Brisbane’s existing guestrooms and will provide guests with a comfortable and seamless stay. The accommodations will feature modern décor, bathrooms with walk-in showers and business-centric amenities, including comfortable workstations.

Overlooking the lively Queen Street Mall, the outdoor 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 centre, an all-day restaurant and more than 100 square meters of flexible function space.

The Hyatt Regency Brisbane, the first Hyatt hotel in the Australian city and eighth in the country, has opened.

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.

“We are grateful to work with Salter Brothers on the first Hyatt hotel in Brisbane and look forward to bringing the premium service and energizing experiences that the Hyatt Regency brand is known for to this vibrant city,” says David Udell, group president, Asia-Pacific, Hyatt. “Hyatt has had a brand presence in Australia for more than 30 years. With Brisbane being one of the fastest-growing cities in Australia, Hyatt Regency Brisbane is a strategic addition to our growing portfolio in the country, complementing our current and future hotels in key destinations such as Sydney and Melbourne.”

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