After renovating its 319 guest rooms and suites, as well as its eight conference rooms and ballroom, Hyatt Regency Hotel is undertaking the refurbishment of its bar and restaurant, open to both guests and non-guests.
The bar’s new design will be based on a traditional tavern with a contemporary twist, and include a terrace onto Bridge Street. Featuring a range of beers including local ales, as well as cocktails and wine, the menu will also offer pub classics and reflect Birmingham’s strong Asian influences.
Mario Flanagan, general manager of the Hyatt Regency Birmingham said: “This major investment is a significant vote of confidence in Birmingham by Hyatt and will see the hotel maintain its position alongside some of the very best hotels in the country. The changes will enable us to offer the very best to our guests, but what remains consistent is our commitment to offering a first-class service without making anyone feel excluded. This ethos runs throughout our team here in Birmingham, many of whom have worked here since we first opened our doors.”
Hyatt has appointed local suppliers to support the renovations, including Kidderminster-based Brintons which has supplied 860 square metres of carpet to the hotel.
The hotel was bought out of administration by Jones Lang Lasalle Hotels, a Hyatt affiliate, in November 2012, with plans to make significant investments into the property.