Celebrations, congratulations and a Swing Band rocked the newly refurbished Hyatt Place Heathrow Hotel last night as the twelve month, multi million pound and cleverly planned remodeling of this iconic building in the history of Heathrow’s tourism and leisure offer flung open the doors to a new era.
The M&L Hospitality owned hotel is a Singapore-based real estate investment trust with an international portfolio of best-in-class hotels. Once again demonstrating that the west London economy is open for inward investment. The hotel features 349 fully refurbished bedrooms, 11 new meeting and event spaces and a 140 cover restaurant – something for travelers, diners and businesses alike.
The hotel, which located on the Bath Road on the edge of Heathrow Airport, now offers business and leisure travelers a contemporary and smartly designed environment just minutes from the terminals.
Ingrid van Veen, Regional Manager for Cycas Hospitality, the management company for the hotel and located at the Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport says:
We are thrilled to announce the reopening of this stand out property at Heathrow that offers a blend of excellent quality and value coupled with the most convenient location at the airport.
Throughout the hotel, no expense has been spared to ensure we create a welcome, efficient and memorable experience that we are sure will appeal to business and leisure travelers and meeting groups alike.
Christopher Durkin Hounslow Chamber VP and Director, who along with Chamber and business colleagues was enjoying the celebrations, stated:
It is quite remarkable what has been achieved here. It is a splendid space where the customer experience is the priority.
Without doubt we will be using this as a venue for meet-ups and encouraging our local businesses to exploit this great resource.