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Article from BTNews 5 JULY 2021

Hyatt Place London City East

The first Hyatt Place hotel in Central London has opened. 

Located just a few steps from Aldgate East station, this upscale hotel is within walking distance of the Bank of England (0.7 mile) and the major City of London institutions.  Even nearer are the iconic sights and delights of Brick Lane, Spitalfields, buzzing Shoreditch and the Tower of London. Whitechapel Crossrail is about half a mile together with the Royal London Hospital.

Over 100 of the hotel’s 280 rooms have exceptional views across the capital, The Gherkin and Canary Wharf.

Across the top two floors 13 bedrooms come with their own private outdoor terraces or balconies, delivering picture-postcard views of the world-famous London skyline. Some floors are designated pet-friendly, and all the cleverly-designed twin, double and king rooms feature a dedicated workspace, smart TV, free wi-fi and contemporary furniture. For families and groups visiting the hotel, some rooms include sofa beds to offer additional occupancy, while corner rooms can be configured to share a private entrance for additional privacy and space.

On arrival, guests are welcomed by two abstract-style murals by Brixton-based abstract artist Olly Fathers. The Concord Art Prize finalist uses colourful, intricate geometrics to spray his bold East London-themed art across the reception walls.

www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/united-kingdom/hyatt-place-london-city-east/lhrzc

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