Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill completes refurbishment inspired by Sir Winston Churchill

The hotel now has 440 contemporary-classic guestrooms and suites, plus three new meeting and event spaces. (The hotel now has 440 contemporary-classic guestrooms and suites, plus three new meeting and event spaces.)

The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill has reopened following a refurbishment. Six new guestrooms were added to the hotel, bringing the total number of guestrooms and suites to 440.

The refurbishment was inspired by the hotel’s namesake, Sir Winston Churchill, and the late Prime Minister’s family assisted in bringing the project to life. There are now original artworks, as well as other iconic design elements like bespoke herringbone, button detailing and signature furniture pieces that do not only reflect the Churchill’s love of craftsmanship but also celebrates British tailoring industry. Churchill’s relationship with his wife Clementine is also reflected in original photographs, artworks and love letters throughout the hotel.

In The Churchill Bar & Terrace—designed by design firm Spinocchia Freund—there are bookshelves curated by Daunt Books, with a range of literature reflecting the interests of Churchill and his wife. Lawrence Holofcener’s sculpture of Young Winston also sits on the bar’s alfresco terrace.

In addition to guestrooms, the hotel completed a refurbishment of three meeting and event spaces: the Blenheim, Marlborough and Spencer Suites. The spaces now use natural daylight, and reflect the contemporary-classic style of the hotel, as well British tailoring industry. These spaces are also flexible, and installed technology such as digital signage, wireless audio-visual control, retractable projector screens, airplay connectivity and “Bring Your Own Device” functionality. These spaces complete the 11 event rooms at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, and can accommodate up to 350 guests.

Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is located in London’s West End, near Hyde Park and the shopping districts of Oxford Street and Bond Street.