Located in a new development in West London, the Hyatt Regency London Olympia will be the second Hyatt hotel in London to be built by Hyatt.
Hyatt announced today that a Hyatt subsidiary has entered into a management agreement with a subsidiary of Olympus Property Holding Limited to develop a new Hyatt Regency Hotel in London.
The 196-room hotel is scheduled to open in 2024 and will be the eighth Hyatt branded establishment and the second Hyatt Regency in London. The Hyatt Regency London Olympia will complement the existing portfolio of Hyatt Regency hotels in the UK, joining the Hyatt Regency Birmingham, Hyatt Regency Manchester and Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill.
The Hyatt Regency London Olympia will offer guests a personalized experience and a stress-free environment that embodies the Hyatt Regency brand ethos. Business and leisure travelers will benefit from intuitive, seamless service, dining experiences and flexible spaces to work, collaborate or relax.
Felicity Black-Roberts, Vice President of Development Europe at Hyatt, said :
We are delighted to partner with Olympus Property Holding Limited in the exciting redevelopment of the Olympia Exhibition Centre to bring the Hyatt Regency brand to life in this incredible new area of London.
The expansion of the Hyatt brand through these plans to add a second Hyatt Regency hotel in London contributes to our ambitious growth strategy for the UK and embodies our commitment to grow thoughtfully in the places that matter most to our clients, members and customers at World of Hyatt. With its reputation as a meeting place, the Hyatt Regency brand will fit perfectly into this new development.
The Hyatt Regency London Olympia will be part of a new development that will see Olympia, London's historic convention center built in 1873, redeveloped and transformed into an integrated convention, entertainment and cultural district in West London. The redevelopment will include the modernization of Olympia's subway and train station, additional bicycle lanes and bus links, allowing visitors to reach London's Heathrow, Gatwick and City airports in less than an hour by public transport.