The Marylebone-based luxury hotel has used the lockdown period to carry out a planned renovation of six existing events spaces, and the complete build of one brand new space to cater to social and business events.
For the refurbishment, the hotel worked with BJB designers to “rethink” the interiors of each room, as well as Catherine and Randolph Churchill – Winston Churchill’s great-grandson – from Churchill Heritage, who have curated all the artworks for the spaces.
As part of the upgrade, The Library, which hosts weddings and celebrations has been painted a “deep green colour” – “evoking a luxurious and sophisticated atmosphere, with a handmade, spherical chandelier lighting up from the centre of the room”.
In addition, The Gallery, which is a brand new build adds another 145 square meters of space to the events offerings at the hotel. It can accommodate up to 132 in a reception capacity, and 120 theatre styles.
Frederic Le Gallois, hotel manager at Hyatt Regency, said: “Not only are our new and redesigned spaces fitted with all the necessary mod-cons and tools, but we have worked hard to give them the character and flair that guests of our hotel have come to expect.
“Sir Winston Churchill was a powerful, political man, but he also had many passions and interests outside of work. We want our spaces to reflect this, and double up as both business and leisure rooms – places where people can relax and celebrate, or meet and work.”