A peek inside Sydney’s most expensive hotel room at Park Hyatt

Looking for only the best and the most luxurious on your visit to Sydney, then you must definitely book your stay at the Park Hyatt. The hotel has just unveiled it most finest two bedroom luxury pad which is situated on the custom-built fourth floor of Sydney’s Park Hyatt at The Rocks and features floor-to-ceiling glass that offer breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour. Setting you back a cool $16,000 a night this luxurious pad is not only decked with the finest fittings but also some of the most high-tech fixtures as well. Build as part of the hotel’s $60 million upgrade, the Sydney Suite is one luxurious haven for the luxury-loving holiday-makers.

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The living room offers exquisite views of the Sydney Opera house while a private butler is always on the call ready to meet any of your requirements.
Complete with a sauna/steam room, a lounge beside the giant egg-shell bathtub, a television built into the bathroom mirror, this 350 sq. m. room also boasts of a $9000 toilet seat that plays music has an in-built seat warmer and massager and deodorizes as well!
If that’s not enough for you, you can have the entire floor for your selves by opting for the two additional “entourage” suites and shelling out a cool $50,000 for the entire floor, the only criterion being that the hotel requires you to stay for a minimum of two nights.
An offering for the truly spoilt, this luxurious pad redefines luxurious living.
[Park Hyatt Sydney]
[Via DailyTelegraph]

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