How resorts are staying open and the place to book in the event you’re a enterprise traveller
B.In a surprising twist, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, also in Marylebone, goes one step further. They not only seduce business travelers with their brand new Churchill Residential Suite (with a work area modeled on Sir Winston Churchill’s own office), meals in the room of chef Roger Olsson and his team as well as private, Covid-secured gyms, hotel suites on request, but also Day stays.
Before Lockdown 2.0, work-from-hotel packages and “daycations” were a huge trend in London, the UK and abroad, but have not been mentioned since. For £ 120 per day, employees can use a room at the Hyatt and enjoy unlimited tea and coffee before heading home.
“When the lockdown was announced, we decided to stay open,” said the hotel’s general manager and area vice president for Hyatt Hotels UK and Ireland, Arnaud De Saint-Exupery.
“We know the situation is constantly evolving and, like everyone in the hospitality industry, the future is unpredictable. While we expect a limited number of travelers, as a hotel that has historically been very popular with business travelers, we will keep our doors open for those who have to stay in London for professional reasons. “