Andaz Liverpool Street, London
40 Liverpool Street London, England (United Kingdom), EC2M 7QN
Tel1: +44 207 961 1234
Tel2: +44 207 618 5010 (Room Reservations)
Fax: +44 207 961 1235
Hyatt’s five star luxury boutique hotel, Andaz Liverpool Street, is ready to welcome guests to discover the unrivalled city of London, the old and the new. To experience it authentically and intimately. To Arrive a Visitor and Depart A Local.
Located in the heart of the City and bordering vibrant East London, Andaz Liverpool Street hotel lends itself as the perfect location for business and leisure guests alike. Opened as the Great Eastern Hotel in 1884 and one of London’s original railway hotels, the Andaz is housed in a beautiful redbrick Victorian building designed by the architects of London’s famed Houses of Parliament.
Once inside it transforms into a 21st century masterpiece, a stunning blend of traditional and contemporary features throughout. The 267 beautifully appointed guest rooms and spacious suites, seven fabulous restaurants and bars, fourteen diverse private dining, event and wedding spaces and 24-hour Health Club access cements its reputation as one of London’s most stylish hotels.
An address adjacent to Liverpool Street station enables ease of access in and around London with the iconic Tower Bridge, Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral all within close walking distance. Whilst near this historic area of London, Andaz Liverpool Street hotel also provides a gateway between the City and East London’s buzzing Shoreditch restaurant, bar and nightlife scene. Just off the main tourist track, an array of art galleries, boutiques and markets await to be uncovered. For high street shopping, Oxford Street and Westfield Stratford City (Europe’s largest urban shopping centre) are each a 10 minute tube journey from the hotel.
Andaz, a new hotel concept by Hyatt with a literal meaning of ‘personal style’ in Hindi, redefines traditional hotel luxury to offer guests uncomplicated personalised service and provide inspiring experiences through bringing the local neighbourhood’s culture into the walls of its hotels.