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US-based Hyatt Hotels has re-acquired the Hyatt Regency Birmingham hotel for £33.7m (41.9m euro, US$53.4).

The group announced it will invest £6.5m (US$10m, 7.8m euro) on renovating and upgrading the property.

The hotel was operated by Hyatt from its opening in 1990 until 2002, when a private limited company, Hyatt Regency Birmingham, took over operations.

The renovations will cover a full revamp of the lobby, restaurant, bar and all of the guestroom floors.

Located in the city centre, Hyatt Regency Birmingham features 319 guestrooms and suites including a presidential suite.

The hotel houses an Amala Spa & Club which features spa pools, steamrooms, saunas, a cold plunge pool and a 16m swimming pool. A hammam and a private hammam treatment room will also be on offer to guests.

A range of signature spa treatments are available including Absolute Pearl facial Body Strategist Cellulite Remodeller and Monticell Mud Wrap.

Dining options include the Aria all-day restaurant and the Pravda Bar. Other facilities include an indoor pool, gym and 10 meeting and event rooms.

Tim Flodin, general manager, Hyatt Regency Birmingham said: "We have a proud history of hospitality in Birmingham and look forward to the exciting times ahead."

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US-based Hyatt Hotels has re-acquired the Hyatt Regency Birmingham hotel for £33.7m (41.9m euro, US$53.4).
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