Hyatt Place to open second hotel in UK at London Heathrow

Hyatt Hotels has announced plans to open its second Hyatt Place hotel in the UK.

Area surrounding London Heathrow @istock.com
Area surrounding London Heathrow @istock.com

Hyatt Place London Heathrow is expected to open in early 2017 following an extensive renovation of the existing building and will be located at the doorstep of Heathrow Airport.

 


 

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The 350-room hotel will offer seven flexible meeting and function spaces, which can accommodate between two and 100 delegates. There will also be a 24-hour gym and a 'coffee to cocktails' bar.

 

Speaking about the second opening in London, senior vice president, acquisitions and development – Europe, Africa and Middle East (EAME) and Southwest Asia for Hyatt, Peter Norman, said: "We are delighted to collaborate with M&L Hospitality to bring the second Hyatt Place hotel to the U.K. The opening of this hotel will mark a significant milestone for Hyatt as the Hyatt Place brand continues to expand worldwide and offer more choices to our guests in key gateway cities."

 


 

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