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Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill
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Why Stay At Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill
Conveniently located in central London's West End, the Hyatt Regency London — The Churchill is an ideal home base, thanks to easy access to Hyde Park, the British Museum, and shopping areas including St. Christopher's Place and South Molton Street.
Located in central London—just a short walk from the shops of Oxford Street—The Churchill, a 434-room Hyatt Regency Hotel on quiet Portman Square, exudes an unexpected peaceful charm. Rooms are done in sage and moss with wood floors and plush white duvets, and although there's no shortage of fine spots in this West End neighborhood (like the Michelin-starred L'Autre Pied), guests and locals head to the hotel's Montagu Restaurant for a classic British lunch of fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding. Should the hotel's proximity to Selfridges mean you've spent all your time shopping instead of in more cultural pursuits, the hotel has that covered too: a lobby-side art series showcases a rotating selection, including works by British pop artist Sir Peter Blake.
The private park in the center of Portman Square, just outside the hotel, is closed to the public, but hotel guests are granted access. Just ask the concierge to unlock the gate.
At the end of a day of sightseeing, pop into Selfridges' sprawling ground-floor food hall—just a few minutes from the hotel—for snacks including macaroons by Parisian purveyor Pierre Hermé.
Arrive at London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) which is approximately 18 miles from the hotel. Anticipate 35 to 60 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.30 Portman Square, London, United Kingdom
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Health Club
- Fitness Center
- Wireless Internet Access
- 24-hour Concierge
- Business Center
- Theatre Desk
- Babysitting Service
- Airport Limousine on request
- Satellite TV
- Wireless Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Two Telephone Lines
- Data Ports
- Desk Areas
- Hair Dryers
- Bath Robes
- Luxury Toiletries
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Tea + Coffee Makers
- 2 Restaurants
- Bar + Lounge
- Afternoon Tea
- Live Musical Entertainment
- In-Room Dining
Coffee and tea-making facilities
Why We Love London
London's West End includes many of the attractions that make the city so popular: theaters, great museums, centuries-old architecture, and shopping, from classic British retailers (Smythson, Church's Shoes) to more modern English brands including Anya Hindmarch and Cath Kidston.
Emma Bridgewater: 81a Marylebone High St. 011-44-20-7486-6897
Daunt Books: 83 Marylebone High St. 011-44-20-7224-2295
Best Tea Service: Fortnum & Mason's flagship department store near Green Park, an easy stroll from the hotel, serves several variations on a classic English tea menu, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. The classic includes finger sandwiches and scones with Somerset clotted cream.
181 Piccadilly. 011-44-20-845-602-5694
Tea for two: $105 per person.
Where to Eat: On weekend mornings, you can't miss The Providores restaurant, thanks to the crowd that waits outside for the popular brunch. The inventive menu includes Thai basil and lime waffles and grilled chorizo with sweet potato and miso hash.
109 Marylebone High St. 011-44-20-7935-6175
Brunch for two $38.
Where to Drink: Vinoteca, a Spanish-influenced wine bar just a few blocks from the hotel, serves over 300 bottles, with more than 25 by the glass. Also on the menu: local cheeses, beef carpaccio, and deep-fried monkfish cheeks.
15 Seymour Place. 011-44-20-7724-7288
Drinks for two $61.
Why Go Now
Through February 5, 2012
"Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan"
The National Gallery's impressive show of drawings and paintings by Leonardo da Vinci includes paintings on loan from the Louvre, Hermitage, and Rome's Pinacoteca Vaticana.
National Gallery, Trafalgar Square.
Now through March 24, 2012
Backbeat is a stage adaptation of the 1994 film by Iain Softley on the birth of The Beatles.
Duke of York Theater.
April 22, 2012
Virgin London Marathon
Now through June 26, 2012
Shell Classic International Season
See the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra and other international classical stars.
July 27 - August 12, 2012
Olympic Games London 2012
London welcomes the world in 2012 for the Summer Olympics.