Hyatt Place hotel to make UK debut near Heathrow

Hyatt Hotels has announced plans for its first UK Hyatt Place hotel, close to London Heathrow Airport.

Hyatt Place Heathrow/Hayes will feature a Market Bar
Hyatt Place Heathrow/Hayes will feature a Market Bar
The new Hyatt Place Hotel at Heathrow Airport will be the first Hyatt Place in the UK and offer 170 rooms and 168sqm of meeting space when it opens in Spring 2015.

The property will be located in Hayes, less than 15 minutes from London Heathrow Airport terminals and close to Stockley Park Business Park and Brunel University.

Other features will include an open food market with made-to-order meals and snacks available around the clock, free wi-fi, and a fitness centre.

Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes is the second Hyatt Place hotel currently under development in Europe, joining Hyatt Place Zurich Airport. Hyatt Place Amsterdam Airport in The Netherlands also opened this week.

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