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Back in November there was a gas explosion at the Hyatt Regency Churchill in London’s West End that caused enough damage to shut down the hotel for a period of time. No guests were harmed in the explosion, though some employees were reportedly treated for injuries. It was unknown at first how long the hotel would be closed, but weeks turned into months, and many guests had to make new reservations elsewhere.
The hotel has now posted on its website that they will reopen on March 16th, and not only are they just reopening, but they let us know that a renovation is underway that includes the guest rooms and suites.
We are delighted to announce that the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill will re-open on Monday 16th March.
The team at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill have worked incredibly hard over the past four months to get the hotel ready for guests. We are all very excited to be welcoming people to our hotel once more.
We have carried out extensive work to restore the damaged areas, and are now able to offer all of our guests the service and facilities for which we are known.
In addition to the repair work, a multi-million pound renovation encompassing many of the hotel’s guestrooms and suites is underway and is expected to be complete this summer.
We look forward to welcoming you back.
So, if you have a stay booked at the hotel starting March 16th you should be good to go, and if you were looking to make a reservation there (hopefully on points due to prices!), then you are once again able to make that booking.
@overplayed_b for tweeting me about the reopening!