Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House London Stratford completes

Inspired by the Golden Age of Travel, Scott Brownrigg’s design for the refurbishment of the Hyatt Regency London Stratford and Hyatt House London Stratford in the East End of London has completed. We step inside to have a look…

Hyatt Stratford London bar area in blue and burnt orange with curved details

Located within an existing single building on the edge of Westfield Stratford City, the new Hyatt Regency, sheltering 225 guestrooms, provides a stylish destination for both business and leisure while the 125 guestroom Hyatt House provides a new ‘home from home’ for those on extended stays. The interior design by Scott Brownrigg mirrors the connectivity of Stratford, with subtle nods to the Victorian Golden Age of train travel. Archways, typical of London’s railway, form entrances to common spaces and inspire bespoke detailing throughout. A rich palette of brass light fittings, marble fixtures and luxury velvet furnishings alongside jewel colours offer a contemporary take on the glamour and travel of the 1920’s.

arches, velvet and brass in the Hyatt Stratford to refelct the Golden age of Travel in the interior design

Image credit: Hyatt Hotels / Scott Brownrigg

“We worked closely with M&L Hospitality and the wider design team to create a new destination in Stratford,” said David Mason, Director, Scott Brownrigg. “With a nod to the glamour and elegance of travel, we wanted to connect people back together and design fabulous spaces for work, rest and play.”

Designed to cater for a seamless transition from work to play, a spacious lobby on the third floor features a range of seating arrangements ideal for socialising or for focused work or meetings during the day, and intimate dining and cocktails at night. Bar and dining booths, with fixed seating and contemporary fluted detailing, are an understated nod to a Victorian railway carriage and provide an elegant feature along the perimeter of each space. Guests also enjoy access to meeting space, gym and an open-air terrace.

“The addition of these two hotels will be another exciting step in growing Hyatt’s brand presence in the United Kingdom and in creating a network of hotels across the key commercial and leisure markets in the country,” said Felicity Black Roberts, Vice President of Development Europe, Hyatt.

Hyatt Stratford apartment in shades of grey with curved edges through the design by Scott Brownrigg

Image credit: Hyatt Hotels / Scott Brownrigg

Both Hyatt hotels provide a peaceful sanctuary to guests, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Hyatt Regency rooms feature fresh interiors, with bold splashes of colours and high quality brass fittings, including bespoke designed ‘pill’ lights and details on the mini bar area. Hyatt House rooms provide modern, apartment-style suites with fully equipped kitchens and flexible workspaces. Where possible, existing mechanical, electrical and plumbing services have been retained and refurbished. Low-lit corridors and different room lighting options help contribute to the peaceful atmosphere.

The refurbishment follows a new management agreement between an affiliate of Hyatt and Stratford City Hotels Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of M&L Hospitality, identifying Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House as the right brands for the location.

Main image credit: Hyatt Hotels / Scott Brownrigg