Have you heard two world-class Hyatt hotels have come to Manchester?

1st April 2021, 11:40 am

Two Hyatt branded hotels opened simultaneously in January 2020, not long before the pandemic hit.  Now, having recently appointed Jodi Hinks as Director of Commercial Strategy, the team at the Hyatt are looking forward to welcoming guests back, in line with the government’s road map.

Within one stunning hotel development site owned by M&L Hospitality in Manchester. The 116-room Hyatt House Manchester together with the 212-room Hyatt Regency Manchester represents a significant milestone in Hyatt’s growth in the UK. Home to the first dual-branded Hyatt hotel development in the United Kingdom, Manchester is also the first city in the UK to welcome a Hyatt House hotel.

Hyatt Regency Manchester offers beautifully appointed and spacious guestrooms and suites, all featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with city views promising Hyatt Regency’s renowned superior personalised service. Guests can opt for “Regency Club” rooms or suites and enjoy additional amenities including complimentary access to the Regency Club Lounge with its daily breakfast, evening cocktails, and canapés.

Hyatt House Manchester is designed to make guests feel at home offering spacious, apartment style living and amenities that help guests to maintain work and personal routines while on the road. All 116 studios and one-bedroom suites offer fully equipped modern kitchens, free wi-fi and stylish living and working spaces.

Situated in the Innovation District on the Oxford Road Corridor, both hotels are close to Manchester’s major transportation hubs and provide easy access to major attractions such as the Manchester Museum, the Whitworth Art Gallery and the world-famous football stadiums of Manchester United F.C and Manchester City F.C.

 

Meetings and Events

Hyatt Regency Manchester offers an array of flexible meeting spaces, with seven state-of-the-art meeting rooms. The hotel pays tribute to some of Manchester’s best-known academics, naming the meeting rooms after famous alumni and those working closely with the University. These include former chief executive of Manchester City Council Sir Howard Bernstein and renowned mathematician Alan Turing, best known for his work in breaking the German Enigma code during World War II.

Hyatt House Manchester offers two intimate event spaces: The Conservatory and The Living Room, both located on the 18th floor of the hotel.

The varied selection of meeting spaces offered by the two hotels provide guests of both properties the option to book from a range of options to ensure a seamless environment for every event. The meeting rooms are equipped with LCD projectors and screens for presentations, and the on-site business centre is open 24 hours a day. Additionally, all meeting rooms and event spaces offer expert catering services.

These two new world-class Hyatt hotels also share a modern, fully equipped 24-hour fitness centre plus;

  • The Laureate Restaurant which serves inspiring, seasonally curated dishes combining fresh, locally sourced ingredients boasting a menu that celebrates Manchester as one of the UK’s most multicultural cities.
  • The Graduate Bar, a vibrant, airy onsite oasis in which to relax and unwind offering a brilliant bar menu including an extensive and innovative cocktail list and quality beers.

 

For events, meetings & accommodation enquiries please contact Jodie via the details below

JODI HINKS

Director of Commercial Strategy 

T: +44 161 359 5550   E: jodi.hinks@hyatt.com

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