Hyatt forges ahead with new hotel brand

New property to evoke Melbourne's 'laneway' culture

Melbourne’s newest contemporary hotel and Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s first ‘Centric’ branded property in Australia is now open for business.

Located on Downie Street, the 227-room Hyatt Centric Melbourne has been built on the site of an 1840s blacksmiths forge.

Balcony Room

Spread across 25 levels, the property offers guests a dedicated indoor events floor and an outdoor space catering to celebrations and entertainment.

Up-and-coming Melbourne chef, Jordan Monkhouse heads up the hotel’s TOMA Restaurant & Bar while the  Allie Lane café has been designed to evoke the city’s famous laneway culture.

Alexander Suite

The fitness element is catered to with a 25-metre pool and 24-hour fitness studio.

General manager, Ilan Weill, of Hyatt Centric Melbourne said his team of engaged and passionate Melburnians were keen to share their local knowledge, helping our guests to discover authentic experiences, blending the city’s vibrant coffee culture and creative laneway scenes.”


Hyatt Centric Melbourne bar

The hotel offers convenient access to Southern Cross Station, the Docklands and Southbank precincts, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and the Crown Entertainment Complex, making it an ideal launchpad for both locals and out-of-town visitors.

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