The five-star Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is now fully re-open after its multi-million pound refurbishment. The refurbishment included the addition of six new rooms bringing the total number of guestrooms and suites to 440. The Hyatt Regency is conveniently located in the middle of London’s West End – close to Hyde Park and London’s most famous shopping districts of Oxford Street and Bond Street. The hotel has useful transportation links to Kings Cross St. Pancras and Heathrow Airport, making it the ideal for both business and leisure travelers.
With the help of Sir Winston Churchill’s family, the refurbishment has brought to life the character of the hotel’s namesake, Sir Winston Churchill, drawing upon his sartorial elegance in the design of the new guestrooms, suites and meeting spaces. Original artworks, as well as fine fabrics and iconic designs – namely bespoke herringbone, button detailing and signature furniture pieces – reflect the iconic leader’s love of quality craftsmanship and the celebrated British tailoring industry.
Churchill’s relationship with his wife Clementine is also reflected in original photographs, art works and love letters throughout the hotel. In The Churchill Bar & Terrace – designed by internationally acclaimed design firm Spinocchia Freund – elegant bookshelves curated by Daunt Books feature a range of literature reflecting the interests of young Churchill and Clementine. Lawrence Holofcener’s sculpture of Young Winston also sits on the bar’s alfresco terrace, with staff placing a fresh rose in the sculpture’s lapel every morning, just as Clementine did.
In addition to room upgrades, the hotel completed a refurbishment of three meeting and event spaces. The renovated spaces include natural daylight, and have been designed to reflect the contemporary-classic style of the hotel, as well Churchill’s renowned character and the quality and style of the iconic British tailoring industry.
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