16 NOVEMBER 2020
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Following the Government announcement that England will go into another lockdown for the month of November, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill will be remaining open for business travellers only.
In line with the new regulations, The Montagu Kitchen and The Churchill Bar & Terrace will close for the duration of lockdown, along with all other public spaces.
Following strict health and safety protocols, in-house guests will be served all meals in-room. While the hotel gym will remain closed, guests can request a private Covid-secure gym to be set up in one of the hotel suites, for a much needed outlet during work trips.
The brand new Churchill Residential Suite is also available for business stays, complete with extensive living space to relax in once the work day is over, and a full office space, modelled on Sir Winston Churchill’s own office. The Suite also boasts two terraces with views across the rooftops of London, and offering some much needed private outside space.
In addition to overnight stays, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is also offering private rooms and suites for day use. For just £120 per day, workers can switch their home office for a change of scene, working from one of the hotel’s private rooms. Included in the price, workers will be served unlimited tea and coffee throughout the day, all while making the most of complimentary wi-fi in their very own spacious, private room.
Nightly rates start from £218, room only.
Just the other side of Oxford Street, passing by Selfridges, the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square remains open having just completed a major refurbishment of all 237 guest rooms and suites, some with alfresco terraces and private gardens. No Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill or contemporary Asian sharing dishes at Lucky Cat nor Luggage Room bar. Overnight prices start from £205.
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