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Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Hyatt Regency Birmingham
Written by Roma Publications

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Owners of the Hyatt Regency Hotel Birmingham have invested £6 million in the refurbishment of the entire venue.

Hyatt Regency is a hotel group offering facilities for both business and leisure. Hyatt Regency hotels are a welcome place for convention goers, business travellers and leisure seekers alike, conveniently located in urban, suburban, airport, convention and vacation destinations.

Boasting a prime central location in the heart of Birmingham, the Hyatt Regency Hotel is mid-way through an extensive refurbishment process which plans to modernise and completely renew the whole hotel including introducing a brand new bar and restaurant concept

The hotel has 319 luxury bedrooms and suites across 23 floors, all of which offer breathtaking views across the city of Birmingham.

Working with a number of contractors, Hyatt Regency chose Novis Ltd to help update   the bedrooms, while Lambro Ltd took charge of the bar areas. The main architects were De Salle Flint.

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Mario Flanagan, General Manager of Hyatt Regency Birmingham said:

“De Salle Flint is a superb design company. They have managed to make our vision a reality.”

The given brief for the project was to bring the city of Birmingham into the hotel. The designers used locally sourced materials where possible and incorporated local artwork.

Speaking to us about the refurbishment process, Mario said:

“I’m really proud that Hyatt trusts me with the Hyatt Regency Birmingham. For me to take on the hotel in a city that I hadn’t visited before was exciting, but to be involved in a £6 million investment in its refurbishment is a great achievement and a memorable moment in my career. The investment is also a significant vote of confidence in Birmingham itself by Hyatt and will see the hotel maintain its position alongside some of the very best hotels in the country.”

The refurbishment is set to complete by the end of September and the hotel remains open during the process.

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Mario added:

“The hotel has remained open throughout the refurbishment and we’ve been committed to ensuring that our guests experienced as little disruption as possible.

The hotel, situated in the heart of the city centre, prides itself in a vast range of facilities both in and out of the hotel. Hyatt Regency Hotel Birmingham plays home to a plethora of wellbeing availabilities including a gymnasium, a 16 meter swimming pool and an Amala spa for wellness and beauty treatments.

Whilst staying at the hotel, guests have the opportunity to visit local attractions. Birmingham is a vibrant city of history and culture offering something for everybody; from designer shopping in The Mailbox or the exclusive Bullring, as well as an evening of theatre or concerts at CSBO, Birmingham NEC and Symphony Hall. The Hyatt Regency Hotel is actually connected to the Symphony Hall via a covered bridge link, making it the perfect location for those looking to enjoy a performance in the renowned concert hall.

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Hyatt Regency Hotel Birmingham also caters for conferences, weddings and events. With a wide range of rooms suited to an array of events, Hyatt promise to make the space as unique as you. Event packages come complete with catering serving up tailor-made banquets which can adapt to dietary requirements. Experienced event planners work to create the perfect ideal, for parties ranging from two to 250 people.

The remaining areas to be refurbished; the restaurant and bar, are available for use by both the public and hotel guests. The restaurant serves up an a la carte menu including signature dishes, sandwiches, meat and fish between starter and dessert offerings. The hotel also provides a set menu for theatre and concert goers. The set menu is changed seasonally.

For more information and to make a reservation please visit www.birmingham.regency.hyatt.co.uk

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