Andaz Liverpool Street London

London, England

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    A kaleidoscope of London sophistication

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    A kaleidoscope of London sophistication

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    A kaleidoscope of London sophistication

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    A kaleidoscope of London sophistication

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    A kaleidoscope of London sophistication

Why we choose Andaz Liverpool Street London

A newer name on the young luxury scene; a 19th century hotel emerges as a 21st century showpiece

  • Check-in process is via handheld iPad while you relax in the lounge
  • Slick, modern interiors incorporate design icons such as an Eames chair in all rooms
  • Lots of in-room freebies, like the (non-alcoholic) mini-bar

Andaz Liverpool Street tosses white-glove service in favor of personalized but uncomplicated service. The goal is to make everyone feel instantly at home, which is tough to do when the staff is standing at attention in the corner.

Another aspect we love: The historic building once housed an original Masonic Temple, which is now a beautifully restored event space—and one of the city’s best-kept secrets.

Other plus points are a personal ’host’ to look after you, the complimentary mini-bar is stocked with healthful juices and snacks, and fast-fill tubs mean you can be soaking in seconds.

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We suggest

A room overlooking Bishopsgate.

What you need to know about the hotel

Traditional London red brick outside, but inside you’re greeted by an elegant-meets-edgy vibe

  • The horseshoe-shaped Champagne Bar is a London hotspot thanks to an aquamarine-and-silver mosaic backdrop and an impressive selection of Champagne and specialty cocktails
  • Among the hotel shops is a Carr Diamonds boutique, highlighting diamond jewelry and an extensive range of Swiss timepieces in the watch boutique
  • The signature 1901 Restaurant focuses on home-grown produce and features a centerpiece floating bar beneath one of London’s original stained glass domes

Occupying a Victorian building dating back to 1884, Andaz Liverpool Street was designed by the Barry family of architects, who were responsible for the Houses of Parliament. Though it has a Victorian pedigree, it’s contemporary in style. The 267 guestrooms and suites, all unique and spacious by London standards, incorporate little details that make all the difference: an iPod dock, luxe yukata robes, large flat-screen TVs and complimentary mini-bar with water, juices and healthy snacks. When you’re ready for more substantial fare, head to the hotel’s five diverse restaurants and bars, serving everything from traditional British pub food to Japanese cuisine.

Where is it and what's nearby

Bordering creative East London, this five-star boutique is perfect for both business and leisure

  • Stroll though London’s famed markets, including Columbia Road Flower Market, Spitalfields Market and Borough Markets—all within walking distance of the hotel
  • Don’t miss East London’s amazing street art, which is best seen via a tour so you don’t skip anything important
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral is among the most recognizable London sights and has hosted famous funerals (Winston Churchill) and weddings (Charles and Diana)

One of the original London railway hotels, formerly known as the Great Eastern Hotel, Andaz Liverpool Street is housed in a redbrick Victorian building in the heart of the city. Its position adjacent to vibrant East London opens up all kinds of possibilities for people interested in a new London experience while maintaining a close proximity to famous attractions, theatre and shopping hotspots.

Take advantage of iconic walking-distance destinations like the Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Tate Modern. Want to indulge in some shopping? The Holy Trinity of Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street is only 10 minutes away.

How to enjoy London

From the fine art galleries of Mayfair and St James  (bring your wallet, this art is for sale) to the elegant terraces surrounding Regent’s Park, sophisticated London abounds. For an edgier side to the city, head to Soho, for the excellent restaurants

  • Explore Shepherd Market, a tiny backstreet square where London’s glitterati of Royals and A-listers go to club and dine
  • To see London from the highest vantage point, take the express lift (no elevators in these parts) to the newly opened observation platform on The Shard
  • Upmarket shopping can be found on Bond Street, South Molton Street and Savile Row. For one-offs and independents, explore the boutiques of King’s Road. Borough Market is perfect to explore stalls featuring local produce, and don’t forget the antique shops on Portobello Road.

Nowhere best captures the understated glamour, impeccable manners and intriguing idiosyncrasies of the British upper classes than the streets around Mayfair. To get up close and personal, however, you have to join in the traditions. Tea at The Ritz or Claridges is a must. (It’s even listed as a proper meal alongside breakfast, lunch and dinner on their menus). Don’t forget an appointment with your man in Jermyn Street (for exquisitely tailored shirts and suits).

For more quintessentially English experiences venture away from the central hub of Mayfair. South of the river there’s Wimbledon. Outside of the tournament, visit the tennis club. It has a museum and drips wealth. The boutiques and cafes of Wimbledon Village are worth an afternoon too. Finally, don’t forget the Queen. It would be rude not to stop by if you are in town. Buckingham Palace does tours. A tourist honeypot, but you can book exclusive tours of the State Rooms.

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    When to visit London

    April: For a ticket-free sporting experience, join the throng along the banks of the Thames at Putney or Chiswick and watch the annual battle between Oxford and Cambridge Universities: The Boat Race (Pimm’s obligatory).
    May: Chelsea Flower Show
    June/July: To see the world’s greatest tennis players in action, get tickets for Wimbledon during the last week of June and first of July.
    July: Henley Royal Regatta
    August : Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
    September: London Fashion Week

  • A word from the hotel

    Soak up the atmosphere of 1901 Restaurant while sipping my favorite of the bespoke cocktail list: a lychee and ginger martini.
    Johan Du Plessis, Director of Rooms

  • A word from the hotel

    I recommend to all our guests to take time to explore the local street art and ramble through our famed London markets; Spitalfields is at the top of the list and my favourite shopping street in London, Redchurch Street.
    Fiona Pouchard, Marketing & Communications Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    From fine dining through to traditional English pub fare or a champagne afternoon tea, we have 5 diverse restaurants within Andaz Liverpool Street, we aim to create a completely different culinary experience throughout the hotel.
    Michael Kreiling, Executive Chef

  • We say

    Location, location, location. St Paul’s, the City, Tate Modern and Tower of London... all on the doorstep.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Andaz Liverpool Street London, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Complimentary Full English breakfast for two daily
  • £25 Food and Beverage credit
  • Early check-in and late check-out upon availability
  • Upgrade upon availability

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