London's Royal Lancaster hotel to change its name

13 August 2009 by
London's Royal Lancaster hotel to change its name

The Royal Lancaster hotel in central London is changing its name to the Lancaster London next month.

The 416-bedroom property overlooking Hyde Park is rebranding to reflect its central London location and is marking the relaunch with a series of special offers.

Guests who log on to the hotel's new website ( on 9 September 2009 at 9:09am have the chance to win "999 offers" including nine overnight stays, nine breakfasts, lunches, dinners and cocktails for two.

Stephen Kyjak-Lane, general manager of the hotel, said: "We are changing our name to reflect the fabulous location of the hotel in one of the world's greatest and most cosmopolitan cities.

"Many exciting new projects are underway to enhance our guests' delight at their experience at the hotel."

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