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*A huge thank you to the Hyatt Regency The Churchill for accommodating me during LFW, all opinions are genuine and my own.
Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill, 30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BH
Around a month ago during London Fashion week, I paid a visit to my favourite London hotel; Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill for an overnight stay to escape the utter craziness! I stayed at the hotel during my first week of LFW, after an early start and a jam packed day I arrived at the hotel around 6pm to find out that my room had been upgrading to a Regency Club room - I've stayed at this hotel several times now and it never fails to amaze me how incredible the service is.
The Regency Club rooms come with Molton Brown toiletries, super fast wi-fi (which was great as I had brought my laptop along so I could blog in the evening), as well as access to the Regency Club Lounge which includes complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails between 5.30-7.30pm, definitely worth paying a bit extra considering the service and amenities you have access to.
Once I had checked into my room I run a hot bath straight away, the perfect way to de-stress after a long day. I sat in the bath and read my kindle before wrapping myself up in a huge snuggly white dressing gown and slippers (surely, the best part about staying in hotels right?!). I had an office area in my room so I flipped open my laptop and settled down to an evening of blogging about my first day of LFW whilst working along to a bit of Ed Sheeran, perfect!
I felt like I had to pinch myself every time I looked around my room as it was just so breath taking - my pictures really don't do it justice! I had a huge double bed in the bedroom with a built in wardrobe and flat screen TV, there was a bathroom with an amazing bath tub and rain shower head, I had a separate toilet, an office space complete with a desk to work from, a sofa and another TV - the office area lead onto the balcony which had the most spectacular views overlooking Portman Square!
Once I'd caught up on some blogging I settled into bed around 10pm - not too late as I had another early start and full day at fashion week. I can honestly say that I had one of the best nights sleep ever during this stay, after a lovely evening relaxing I hopped into my kingsize bed with those pillows that you sink right into and a quilt that feels like a hug - it was bliss!
The next morning I headed down for breakfast around 8.30 on my own (I still find it a little strange eating on my own but I soon got over it and caught up on some emails and social media before starting my day). The array of breakfast in the Regency Club Lounge is really something else! I had some yoghurt with fresh fruit and museli, a pot of green tea and some pastries which was lovely.
I checked out from the hotel around 10 before setting off to my first show of the day 2, the staff were incredibly helpful and let me leave my suitcase in the luggage room which I later collected so I didn't have to carry around fashion week all day (anyone who has previously attended will know how much of a chore that would have been!).
I felt so relaxed and refreshed after my stay at The Churchill, I can honestly say hand on heart it's my favourite hotel in London, I have previously visited with Rob and also my family a couple of years ago and the hotel itself is just beautiful (especially around Christmas time), the staff and service is impeccable and the location is spot on - it's just a stones throw from Oxford Street so perfect if you're looking for a central location. If you're looking for a hotel in London then I can't recommend this one enough, I know that I can't wait to return that's for sure! If you'd like to visit the Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill then you can book here.
Have you ever visited the hotel before? I'd love to hear what you thought!