Hyatt, a global hospitality company, has announced further brand expansion across Western Europe, including the luxury brand debut of Destination by Hyatt in the U.K, with the opening of Schloss Roxburghe.
The company also recently announced the opening of FirstName Bordeaux in France, Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment in the U.K capital, and the upcoming debut of Grand Hyatt La Manga Club and Resort, Spain, slated to open mid-2023.
Schloss Roxburghe, UK
Hyatt has announced the opening of Schloss Roxburghe, marking the debut of the Destination by Hyatt brand in the UK. The resort has recently gone through an extensive transformation including the addition of a state-of-the-art spa, and offers a total of 78 rooms and suites as well as 12 classically designed two-bedroom Scottish cottages, 20 guestrooms and suites within the historic manor house and 58 guestrooms within The Estate House.
Just a few miles from the scenic market town of Kelso, and an hour from Edinburgh and Newcastle, Schloss Roxburghe raises the bar on luxury for travelers seeking a tranquil, rural escape in Scotland. In keeping with the brand’s ambition to build a distinct portfolio of luxury properties that connect guests with people, cultures and places, the property capitalizes on the growing demand from travelers seeking to escape their daily routine in style.
Following the continued expansion of Hyatt’s luxury brands across Europe, the opening of Schloss Roxburghe represents a significant growth milestone for the Destination by Hyatt portfolio in Europe as it joins 7Pines Resort Ibiza and 7Pines Resort Sardinia.
FirstName Bordeaux, France
FirstName Bordeaux opened its doors this January, joining the JdV by Hyatt collection of independent hotels in France.
Located in the heart of the historic port city, the lifestyle hotel is a true reflection of its neighbourhood, encouraging guests to discover local delights at their own pace. Situated in an iconic building, the hotel is close to the Garonne River and moments away from cultural and notable landmarks such as the Quays of Bordeaux, the Water Mirror, La Cité du Vin, and the Darwin Ecosystem.
FirstName Bordeaux epitomizes the "joie de vivre" philosophy of the JdV by Hyatt brand and invites guests and locals alike to connect and live in the moment and celebrate the joy of life, whilst unwinding in spaces designed with a distinctive personality. The hotel was designed by architect Nicolas Adnet from Studio MHNA, whose creative and personalized approach has inspired a unique interpretation of French elegance and local sophistication.
FirstName Bordeaux offers 147 guestrooms and suites, divided into seven distinct categories for guests to choose from: Cocoon, Canopée, Carat, Collector Suites, and FirstRoom. Designed to be both functional and comfortable, each guestroom is beautifully decorated with graphic frescoes by a local artist and equipped with easy-to-use technology and intuitive finishes.
The hotel’s restaurant and bar, Le Bada, highlights Bordeaux's reputation as a world-renowned wine region and its revered provincial gastronomy. A supporter of “locavore” cuisine, consultant Chef Cédric Bechade has created a menu that is a passionate celebration of regional produce and advocates freshness and zero waste. Delicious plates are paired with a wine list that showcases the best vintages as well as a selection of up-and-coming wineries from Bordeaux, providing a sophisticated ambiance for guests to meet and connect.
Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment, UK
Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment also made its debut this January, representing the eighth Hyatt-branded property in the UK capital. The 142-room hotel occupies a prime riverside location and is in close proximity to the city’s most notable attractions. Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment caters to the many guests and World of Hyatt members looking for seamless stays in central London. The hotel is conveniently located a five-minute walk to the capital’s political epicenter, Westminster, home to landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and Big Ben.
The property boasts a selection of eclectic dining concepts, including the POTUS bar and restaurant which delivers a diverse and distinctive menu of North American classics alongside traditional British favourites. Meanwhile, the rooftop restaurant, cocktail bar, and shisha terrace Mezemiso serving authentic Lebanese and Japanese cuisine create an incomparable dining experience overlooking the memorable sky-high views of the city.
Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment will be the thirteenth Hyatt-affiliated hotel in the U.K.
Grand Hyatt La Manga Club and Resort, Spain
Following significant renovation work, the iconic 192-room resort property is set to debut the Grand Hyatt brand in Spain in mid-2023. Situated in a secluded spot on the Mediterranean coast, Grand Hyatt La Manga Club and Resort sits at the heart of the renowned enclave of La Manga Club in Murcia, Spain, widely recognized as one of the most in-demand sports and leisure destinations in Southern Europe. As part of an extensive renovation, set to be completed in spring 2023, the hotel’s 192 guestrooms, including a 1,679 square foot Royal Suite and six additional suites, will be redesigned to reflect the vibrant design and bold architecture that the Grand Hyatt brand is known for. An array of renewed culinary offerings will also be added, such as a new sushi bar and a high-end gastronomic restaurant, focused on highlighting local produce through international cuisines. – TradeArabia News Service