Park Hyatt Auckland is hosting a range of exclusive dining experiences, expertly crafted menus and exciting events this spring.
With Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Park Hyatt is “Steeped in Support” and hosting a Pink Afternoon Tea in partnership with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and Wiki’d Support.
The hotel invites guests to a four-course pink-inspired afternoon tea and features a talk from Stephanie Wiki, a breast cancer survivor, followed by a silent auction, proceeds of which go directly to BCFNZ.
Park Hyatt Auckland will conduct two immersive 45-minute Art in the City tours on the 10th and 12th of October to experience art in the city close-up and personal.
There is also a new line of cakes at The Pantry, an ode to the comforting baked treasures of the past with an essence of rustic charm. Take a walk down memory lane and enjoy the nostalgia.
Immerse yourself in the world of remarkable Māori art at The Artist Conversation Afternoon Tea hosted by Sir Bob Harvey, featuring talks from local New Zealand artists Peata Larkin, Steve Dunlop and more while indulging in a specially curated afternoon tea on the 14th of October.
Whether you want a fun-filled long lunch in Onemata and the Living Room or casual beers and BBQ in the Pantry, Park Hyatt Auckland is the place for this year’s Melbourne Cup race day. Enjoy live entertainment with a 4-course lunch and bubbles on arrival, or come for an hour or stay all day. The BBQ will be on with drink specials through the afternoon.
November also is the launch event with Valerie from Chateau Roubine and Callum Liddicoat taking you on a rose-inspired journey sure to tantalise taste buds.
Also, stay tuned for upcoming announcements as Park Hyatt prepares to bring you a sleighful of festive cheer right in the heart of Wynyard Quarter during Christmas.