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Park Hyatt Auckland to open in September

New Zealand’s first Park Hyatt hotel will open its restaurants and bars this spring, providing Aucklanders and visitors with new sophisticated places to meet, drink and dine in a prime waterfront location. Hotel guestrooms are currently available for reservation from 15 September, providing unrivalled accommodation options that will set a new benchmark for luxury hospitality in New Zealand.

Overlooking Waitematā Harbour, the new Park Hyatt Auckland will be a sophisticated, waterfront residence that will provide guests with unique and intimate experiences. The hotel will offer intuitive and personalised experiences for discerning domestic travellers, with signature restaurant Onemata set to offer gastronomic delights to both guests and the local community.

 

Guests booking ahead of 31st October 2020 to stay at the hotel before 31st December can take advantage of Park Hyatt Auckland’s opening offer and receive NZD$50 credit per night to spend on site as well as a complimentary room upgrade to the next room category.

The exterior of the hotel centres on the notion of a Māori cloak around the building, creating a double skin offering warmth, privacy and beauty. ​Park Hyatt Auckland’s elegant and comfortable interiors were designed by the UK-based Conran and Partners to feel like a home away from home. The hotel’s design evokes a haven of tranquillity and a waterfront oasis that is a short seaside stroll to the bustling CBD. New Zealand’s distinct heritage is woven throughout the hotel’s interior and exterior design accents. The designers worked closely with local Iwi to feature traditional Māori artworks, while native Totara Pouwhenua (carvings) will line the entrances to welcome guests into the hotel.

 

Upon entering each elegantly appointed room, guests will benefit from spacious living areas and floor-to-ceiling windows, with the majority of rooms overlooking the Lighter Quay or the harbour. Twin bedrooms will comprise two king single beds and two bathrooms, providing a comfortable sharing experience. The marble bathrooms will come with a separate walk-in shower and deep-soaking bath with luxurious, plant-based, and cruelty-free bath products by cult New York perfumer Le Labo.

Park Hyatt Auckland will launch a collection of bars and restaurants designed to enable guests to meet, drink and dine against the mesmerising city skyline and water backdrop as they enjoy authentic and personalised service.The creative culinary team will be helmed by Executive Chef, Brent Martin, a New Zealander who has returned home after an illustrious career spanning six countries and over 20 years managing restaurants in some of the world’s top hotels.

 

With more than 9,500 sqm of flexible event spaces, including a ceremonial garden, meeting rooms and Waka; the rooftop bar, Park Hyatt Auckland aims to be the city’s premier location for inspirational and sophisticated social events. The event team at Park Hyatt Auckland will ensure any gathering is defined by creativity and imagination with personalised planning like customised menus and unique decor, providing a commitment to quality with mastery over the details.  parkhyattauckland.com