Hyatt Regency The Churchill
30 Portman Square, W1H 7BH, United Kingdom
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London Gatwick Apt, United Kingdom (LGW) [LON] London Heathrow Apt, United Kingdom (LHR) [LON]

Amid the vibrant West End, this luxurious hotel sits in Marylebone, 100 metres from Marble Arch tube station where Oxford Street, Park Lane and Edgeware Road meet. Stylish and modern, all rooms and suits are spacious and feature plush bedding, high-tech amenities and fluffy bathrobes. Experience a British high tea or a seat at the Chef's Table to observe the buzz of the open kitchen at The Montagu, savour true Italian cuisine at the Michelin-starred Locanda Locatelli, and enjoy the refined elegance of the Churchill Bar and Terrace.

Why we recommend the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

  • Positioned in West End
  • Spacious rooms with plush bedding
  • Michelin-starred restaurant
  • Tennis court and fitness centre
  • Near Hyde Park and Oxford Street

Attractions near the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

Famous Hyde Park

One of the most famous parks in the world is just a short walk away from the hotel, so you might want to take the opportunity to visit this magnificent green space in the heart of London. Spanning 142 hectares and featuring more than 4,000 trees, it's the perfect spot to escape the busy streets.

Feel free to wander around the lake and relax with a meal at the waterside restaurant, or simply stroll through the meadow and admire the ornamental flower gardens. Keep an eye out for The Serpentine Bridge, the Joy of Life Fountain, the Statue of Achilles and the Diana Memorial Fountain. If your energy levels are high, the Park also offers swimming, boating, cycling, skating, tennis, horse riding and a fantastic playground for quality family time.

Following in the footsteps of kings

One of the city’s incredible pieces of history is within walking distance of the hotel. Head outside to see the magnificent Marble Arch, located in the northeast corner of Hyde Park. Designed in 1827 as an impressive entrance to Buckingham Palace, the Arch was moved in 1851 to its current site.

These days, pedestrians can pass underneath the Arch, whereas once upon a time only senior members of the Royal Family, the King’s Troop and the Royal Horse Artillery were permitted to venture through it. Make sure you look up when you walk through to see the panels representing England, Scotland and Ireland.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceClub room benefits
Wheel chair access in hotelBalcony / terrace (some rooms)
ConciergeBaby sitting
Swimming poolSwimming pool
Health club or gymDay spa
ParkingParking valet
Parking cost applicable 

Facilities - Room

Minibar (some rooms)Air conditioning
Internet (wireless)Cable TV
Iron and ironing boardIn room safe
Room serviceTelephone
Tea and coffee making facilitiesInternet cable fee
Internet (common wireless)Internet common wireless fee

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