The Park Hyatt Sydney serves a traditional afternoon tea in a contemporary setting.
The hotel is located in the historic Rocks precinct next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge with a view across the harbour towards the Sydney Opera House.
The hotel re-opened in early 2012 after being closed for almost a year for a $60 million AUS upgrade. The new contemporary interior design takes it’s influence from the surrounding Rocks.
We take a seat in the luxurious and relaxed Living Room, afternoon tea is off to a good start as we are offered a glass of Moët & Chandon Rosé Champagne. With silver tea pots, fine bone china and white linen, this is the type of presentation you would expect from a five star hotel. A traditional three tier cake stand is served with a side plate of warm scones. The delicate sandwiches are delicious and the tiramisu flavoured macaron is divine. There is a good balance of sweet and savoury items to choose from.
Park Hyatt Afternoon Tea Menu
- Cucumber sandwich
- Smoked salmon, herb crêpe roll, salmon caviar
- Roast beef, rocket, horseradish tortilla roll
- Alaskan king crab finger sandwich
- Tiramisu macaron
- Chestnut profiterole, vanilla Chantilly
- Mandarin Imperial tart
- Five layered dark chocolate cake
- Freshly baked scones with jam and clotted cream
- Tea or coffee
- Loose leaf tea and herbal infusion by Dammann Frères – wide selection
If you are looking to extend the experience the Park Hyatt also offers The Spa Champagne afternoon tea package. In addition to afternoon tea you can have a 60-minute massage for $150 per person. But this is only available on weekdays.
This is a stylish afternoon tea experience with refined service and presentation with an iconic Australian view. This afternoon tea is very good value and one you should try when visiting Sydney.
Reviews for this venue:
- 11 April 2021: Afternoon Tea at the Park Hyatt Sydney
- 25 September 2018: Afternoon Tea at Park Hyatt Sydney
- 31 August 2016: Afternoon Tea at The Park Hyatt Sydney