Matt Blatt Suite Pullman Sydney Hyde Park



There's absolutely nothing boring about staying the Matt Blatt Suite at Pullman Sydney Hyde Park. You get a sense that this is no ordinary hotel room the moment you reach the end of the corridor on level 20 to arrive a big red door and a sign that says "hello". Then you open the door and you are greeted by colour and quirkiness! As well as great views overlooking Hyde Park and the city. The suite is bursting with colour.


The Matt Blatt suite has its own kitchen, with modern appliances and a lounge. Decorated by Matt Blatt the hotel suite feels more like a modern city apartment. The striking green wallpaper is a stand out feature along with the brightly coloured furniture, decorations, lamps and wall art.


I love the bathroom. It's huge with seperate toilet, roomy shower and a bath with C.O. Bigelow Apothecaries Toiletries supplied. The Meerkats in the corner are amusing.



The bedroom has its own television, plenty of wardrobe space, desk and a low comfortable bed. This room also has it's quota of interesting ornaments. I found the bed to very comfortable and slept well during my stay. I never shut the hotel blinds so waking up with the view over Hyde Park was a great start to the day.


Throughout the Pullman Sydney Matt Blatt suite you will discover all sorts of quirky ornaments such as Astro Boy, chickens and a lamp that is a human sitting down and reading a book. If you really fall in love with the ornaments then you can take a bus or even walk up to Paddington and visit the Matt Blatt store.


Pullman Sydney Hyde Park is conveniently located near Oxford Street and close to Museum Station. The hotel offers gym, pool and spa. Dining available at the cafe, restaurants and bar.

THINGS TO DO AROUND PULLMAN SYDNEY HYDE PARK

There are plenty of things to do in the area such as take a walk up to Kings Cross and Potts Point. You may like to visit the Australian Museum which is just a couple of blocks down the road. The War Memorial is directly across from the hotel.

Take a stroll up to Taylor Square the hub of the LGBT community and then head over to Surry Hills either via Bourke Street or Crown Street and enjoy the boutiques and cafes.

The CBD is a few blocks away so you can spend a day shopping, visit the Queen Victoria Building, Strand Arcade or walk further down towards Central Plaza (just past Central Station). There's also a movie theatre in the centre.

Darling Harbour is home to many restaurants and shopping. The Chinese Garden of Friendship is another delightful place to explore.

China Town offers a great choice of restaurants and shops as well as Paddy's Markets where you can buy fresh produce and a wide range of stalls selling almost everything you can imagine. The Market shopping centre upstairs is another great place to find a bargain and also provides a large food hall.


Disclaimer: This room was independently paid for however the suite was an upgrade. There is one affiliate link in this post, if you book the hotel through the link a small commission is paid to Sydney Chic which helps fund this site. No additional cost to you, thanks for your support.

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