The 204-room hotel is the 14th property in the UK, a priority growth market within Hyatt’s diverse and evolving brand portfolio. In the last five years, Hyatt has increased its brand presence in the UK from five to 13 properties, with six of those based in London.
Housed in a grade II listed building on the former grounds of King Henry VIII’s Bridewell Palace, Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars provides convenient access to all that the capital has to offer, with many of London’s most popular attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe within walking distance from the hotel.
With Fleet Street, the historic hub of printing and publishing, just around the corner, Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars pays homage to the craftsmanship of the trade through the bespoke artwork inspired by the art of newspapers that adorns its walls. The rooms and suites provide impressive views of the listed buildings that once held iconic printing presses, while others offer views of the city of London skyline.
The hotel offers three F&B concepts including The Chinese Cricket Club, which fuses traditional techniques and the finest ingredients to offer a contemporary take on Chinese classics. The restaurant is named in honour of the captain of the Shanghai XI cricket team, Feng, who travelled to England in 1857 with his bride, Xiu.
New York and London meet at NYnLON, a neighbourhood-style bistro that celebrates the charm, heritage, and influence of the two great cities, while Get lost at The Leaf and Cane is a 1920s inspired hideaway offering a street food paired with crafted cocktails and premium rums.
For meetings and events, Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars offers 430 sqm of multifunctional event space. This includes two medium-sized spaces well suited for meetings, or small group gatherings, and a main function room that can seat around 150 people for larger conferences and events.