Hyatt Regency Manchester and Hyatt House Manchester officially open

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the opening of the 212-room Hyatt Regency Manchester and 116-room Hyatt House Manchester in the city’s landmark building “The Lume.”
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the opening of the 212-room Hyatt Regency Manchester and 116-room Hyatt House Manchester in the city’s landmark building “The Lume.”

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of the 212-room Hyatt Regency Manchester and 116-room Hyatt House Manchester in the city’s landmark building “The Lume.”

The openings represent a significant milestone for Hyatt’s brand growth in the UK and the debut of Hyatt’s extended stay segment, the Hyatt House brand.

Hyatt Regency Manchester offers empathetic service that anticipates the needs of guests and event planners to ensure they have a seamless and personalised experience. 

The hotel will stay true to the brand promise of making travel free from stress by providing guests everything they need under one roof.

Hyatt House Manchester is designed to make guests feel at home, offering residents spacious, apartment-style living paired with amenities that help them maintain work and personal routines while on the road.

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 FC and Manchester City FC. 

“We look forward to welcoming guests to the first Hyatt hotels in Manchester – one of the UK’s most multicultural cities and a hub for innovative start-ups,” said Assumpta McDonald, general manager of Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House Manchester.

 “A city popular for leisure and business travellers, Manchester and its growing commercial centre is an ideal destination for having two brands within one building.

Located in close proximity to the University, the city centre and a number of tourist attractions, we believe that both hotels will attract business and leisure travellers alike.”

The properties offer a variety of shared facilities, including the Laureate Restaurant, the Graduate Bar, seven state-of-the-art meeting rooms and a fully equipped 24-hour fitness centre.

Additionally, guests staying at Hyatt House Manchester have access to the Omelet Bar and the 24/7 H Market.

Guestrooms

Hyatt Regency Manchester offers 212 contemporary guestrooms and suites, all featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with city views.

Guests can opt for Regency Club rooms or suites and enjoy additional amenities including complimentary breakfast, evening cocktails, and canapés.

For travellers looking for an extended stay, Hyatt House Manchester offers 116 studios and one-bedroom suites, all featuring fully equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi and stylish living and working spaces.

Guests of the hotel can also enjoy 24-hour access to complimentary laundry facilities, inclusive breakfast, and the 24/7 H Market.

Dining and drinking

Hyatt Regency Manchester and Hyatt House Manchester share two distinctive gastronomic offerings – the Laureate Restaurant and the Graduate Bar.

The Laureate Restaurant boasts a menu that celebrates Manchester as one of the UK’s most multicultural cities.

Executive chef Nathaniel Farrell serves inspiring, seasonal curated dishes combining fresh, local sourced ingredients.

While the name pays tribute to the world-leading educational institutions on its doorstep, the décor makes the Laureate, the perfect spot for guests and locals alike to gather, recharge and dine.

Aptly named to reflect the academic brilliance of the hotel’s surroundings, the Graduate Bar is a vibrant, airy oasis inspiring guests and locals to relax and unwind.

It offers cocktails, quality beers and gourmet bites.

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.

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