Deal Brings Hyatt Back To London

Hyatt International is returning to the London market for the first time in two years by taking over management of the Churchill Hotel from the Intercontinental Group. The property, which is owned by the Churchill Group, will be renamed the Churchill Hyatt Regency from 1 May. Michael Gray has been appointed general manager at the hotel following close involvement in the search for a London property for Hyatt. Gray was formerly general manager at Hyatt’s Carlton Tower. Hyatt International is undertaking an 18-month renovation of the 445-room property. Meeting facilities, guest areas and back-of-house areas will be refurbished.

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