A new skyline meetings floor has opened on the 12th floor of Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House London Stratford. Located next to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and with easy access to London City Airport, St Pancras International, London Bridge, London Liverpool Street, Canary Wharf and the O2, the two world-class hotels are in demand by leisure, groups and business travellers.
The addition of three Kingsland Suites, two Dalton Suites, an Open-Air Terrace and the two Lea Suites bring an additional 4,392 square feet (408 square meters) of flexible working, meetings and events spaces to E20 – a vibrant East London hub for culture, business and leisure.
The Lea Suites on the 12th floor can be opened up or divided into two rooms and feature a decked, open-air terrace with panoramic city views. The two smaller Kingsland Suites can be configured into a one larger suite, or divided for intimate meetings or small breakout rooms, like the two Dalston Suites. Natural light streams into the suites through floor to ceiling windows, which are all fitted with sheer and blackout curtains. All meeting spaces and are fitted with state-of-the-art technology including Ultra-bright High-Definition projection, LCD screens, video conferencing and concert-like sound systems.
Located on the third floor there is a further 3,758 square feet (349 square metres) of events spaces, including the Stratford Suite, the Bow Suite and the Poplar Suite. These alone offer 2,000 square feet (195 square meters).
The Stratford Suite is ideal for a large-scale event such as an awards dinner or a conference, while the Bow and Poplar Suites offer space for a meeting or private dinner, both benefitting from natural daylight and up to 645 square feet (60 square meters) of space. In addition to the meeting rooms, the third floor also offers a generous, 538 square feet (150 square metres), furnished, open-air terrace, the perfect place for pre-event drinks, parties and dinners. Three more special areas are also available for private functions - the Elondi Restaurant, Bar and Terrace.
Hyatt House London Stratford offers 92 studios and 35 one-bedroom suites – offering apartment style living with all the perks of a world-class hotel, all suites feature fully equipped kitchens, free wi-fi and stylish living and working spaces. Guests can also enjoy 24-hour access to complimentary laundry facilities, the hotel’s modern gym and an inclusive breakfast. Unlike other aparthotels, guests at Hyatt House London Stratford can also enjoy room service, and all the onsite restaurant, bar, and gym facilities.
Hyatt Regency London Stratford offers 225 luxury guestrooms, including 10 stunning suites. featuring modern décor, luxe amenities and premium bathrooms with marble vanities and walk-in showers. Work comfortably at the large desk, connect to the Smart TV and sleep deeply in the plush bed.
Both hotels are surrounded by parks, canal walks and world-class sports facilities, tree-lined boulevards, cafés, bars, and restaurants, fashion, art and festivals and possibly the best transport links in the city. Westfield City’s 250+ shops, restaurants, a bowling alley, casino, 17-screen cinema and more are on the very doorstep as is the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (home to the 2012 London Olympics) where guests have almost immediate access to the park’s luscious green spaces and tranquil waterways including Blossom Garden.
The park has a year-round calendar of events and its magnificence can be taken in from the panoramic viewing platforms at the striking ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture – which is also home to the world’s longest tunnel slide. For those preferring a calmer agenda, visitors can glide the scenic East London waterways on a swan pedalo. Or hire stand-up scooters to explore the park easily. The London Stadium, home ground for West Ham is also an epic venue for music and entertainment world tours. Global cultural brands, the V&A East, the BBC and Sadlers Wells will be moving to the park very shortly as will two world-renowned universities UCL (University College London) and UAL’s London College of Fashion.