Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes to Open in 2015
Friday January 31st, 2014 - 10:18AM BPAKO
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LONDON—A Hyatt Hotels Corporation affiliate has entered into an agreement with Magill Investments Limited for a Hyatt Place hotel near to London Heathrow Airport. Slated to open in the spring of 2015, Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes will offer 170 guestrooms.
Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes is the second Hyatt Place hotel under development in Europe, joining Hyatt Place Zurich Airport. The Hyatt Place brand continues to expand outside of the United States with today’s opening of Hyatt Place Amsterdam Airport in The Netherlands, as well as recent Hyatt Place openings in Armenia, Costa Rica, India, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes will provide 1,809 sq. ft. of meeting space, an open food market with made-to-order meals and snacks available around the clock, free WiFi, and a fitness center. The hotel will be located in Hayes, less than 15 minutes from London Heathrow Airport terminals and close to Stockley Park Business Park and Brunel University.
“We are delighted to introduce the Hyatt Place brand to the third busiest airport in the world and the thriving business community in and around Hayes and Hillingdon,” stated Peter Norman, SVP, real estate and development for Hyatt in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. “The United Kingdom remains an important hub for international business and leisure travel, with more than 70 million passengers arriving to and departing from London Heathrow in 2012 alone.”
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