The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, London, review

The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is every bit a fancy British hotel, from the glossy lobby with huge marble pillars and grand piano to the immaculate bedrooms and top-end service.

Read on to find out more about what the rooms are like, what there is to eat and drink, how to get there, how much rooms cost and more.

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The fantastic location is what makes it really stand out from most other swish hotelsCredit: Supplied

Where is The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

In the thick of the action, just behind London’s infamous Oxford Street, The Churchill is named after the former war leader, Winston Churchill, and you’ll notice subtle nods to him throughout.

The fantastic location is what makes it really stand out from most other swish hotels.

You’re barely a minute’s walk from the hustle and bustle, yet the road outside feels quiet and secluded, overlooking Portman Square Garden.

The nearest tube stations are Marble Arch and Bond Street, both less than a ten-minute walk away.

What is The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

The Churchill is just what a glam 5* hotel in London should be – classy furniture, incredibly helpful staff and relaxed guests reading the paper in a comfy chair by the bar.

There’s not much else other than the bedrooms, a restaurant, meeting rooms and small gym, but you have the whole of London on your doorstep.

It’s ideal for tourists who like a bit of luxury or workers who’ll have everything they need at the drop of a (top) hat, if you’re speaking in Churchill terms.

What is there to do at The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

Sip on cocktails at the Bar & Terrace or, if you’ve never visited Oxford Street’s Selfridges, it’s worth taking the seven-minute walk there, even if just to stare in awe at the colossal building and fancy concessions.

You’re also really close to the West End where you can queue for super discounted show tickets on the day – although if you don’t want to risk it, there are other ways of securing a cheap London theatre ticket.

What is there to eat and drink at The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

You’d be mad to go elsewhere for dinner. Even though there’s cracking restaurants nearby, the hotel’s Montagu Kitchen is almost certainly better.

The glossy lobby has huge marble pillars and grand piano

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The glossy lobby has huge marble pillars and grand pianoCredit: Supplied
Bathrooms are as glossy as the lobby and loaded with Molton Brown toiletries

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Bathrooms are as glossy as the lobby and loaded with Molton Brown toiletriesCredit: Supplied

The new sharing menu from Chef Roger Olsson is fancy but not to the point that it’s off-putting.

The lemon sole with tartare sauce and purple potatoes is a must – and make sure to try the cocktails.

They make all the classics but with a twist, like a lavender negroni.

The menu is pricey – with small dishes around £15-£20 each – but well worth it.

What are the rooms like at The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

The 440 bedrooms are spick and span, decorated with fluffy grey carpets and huge windows with views of the leafy trees.

Bathrooms are as glossy as the lobby and loaded with Molton Brown toiletries.

The new sharing menu from Chef Roger Olsson is fancy but not to the point that it’s off-putting.

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The new sharing menu from Chef Roger Olsson is fancy but not to the point that it’s off-putting.Credit: Supplied
Small dishes cost around £15-£20 each

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Small dishes cost around £15-£20 eachCredit: Supplied
There's oysters, lemon sole, steak and veggie dishes

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There’s oysters, lemon sole, steak and veggie dishesCredit: Supplied

There’s interconnecting rooms for families and plush suites if you’re after more space – although it seems these are more aimed at business-types.

How much is The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill?

B&B doubles cost from £379 per night. Click here to book.

Is The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill family friendly?

It may be fancy, but children aren’t forgotten about here with enough little touches to keep them happy.

Families can book an interconnecting room that overlooks the gardens.

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

Yes, a few rooms have been adapted for guests who require wheelchair access.

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