Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is once again delighted to celebrate its partnership, with London’s leading contemporary art gallery, Saatchi Gallery, and recently unveiled a brand-new edition of its unique Saatchi Suite, a new ground floor exhibition titled Beneath the Colour, the 7th collaboration between Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill & Saatchi Gallery since 2012, a themed menu at The Montagu as well as a new cocktail from the award-winning The Churchill Bar & Terrace.
Arnaud de Saint-Exupery, Area Vice President & General Manager, says “We wanted the new exhibition to be uplifting and exciting for our guests as we move into the autumn/winter season and allow them to experience contemporary art in an unconventional setting, reinforcing The Churchill as a vibrant location in London’s West End”.
Five UK-based artists, Dan Davis, Dominic Kennedy, Selma Parlour, Florian Schmidt and James Alec Hardy, were chosen to explore the theme of colour in a variety of ways, each challenging the viewer to look “beneath the colour.” Beneath the Colour will be exhibited at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill until May 2018 and all works are available to purchase.
The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill also unveiled its newly designed Saatchi Suite in collaboration with Swiss furniture designers Vitra. The 8th floor suite, invites guests to experience contemporary art like never before, bringing unique furniture designs together with thought-provoking artworks, both in a palette of reds, deep mahoganies and subtle greys and creams. Guests will sleep amongst a collection of specially for the suite created and not yet in the gallery exhibited works by artist James Alec Hardy. Celine Fitoussi created a striking and interactive 2000-bar soap installation in the suite’s master bathroom. The suite’s artwork is complemented by iconic furniture designs by Vitra, with pieces carefully chosen to complement the colours and shapes found in Hardy’s artworks whilst creating an inspirational, inviting and extremely comfortable environment for the suite’s guests. Rates are from £899 per night and include access to the hotel’s Regency Club offering private check-in and exclusive all day dining options.
Last but no means least, until 20th October, visitors to the hotel’s restaurant, The Montagu, will be able to choose a specially crafted themed dinner menu inspired by the stories and colours used in the Beneath the Colour exhibition to celebrate the launch of the latest collaboration between Hyatt & Saatchi Gallery. The 3-course menu will be priced at £55 including a glass of wine, available daily from 6PM.
Visitors to The Churchill Bar & Terrace can enjoy an exclusive themed cocktail, the colourful and vibrant Chromatic, which is also available until 20th October and priced at £16.