Weaving the rich history of its building into a dynamic guest journey, Andaz London Liverpool Street reflects the local area through a diverse range of restaurants, bars and unique event spaces which inspire the senses. Heritage is key to the venue; the property dates back to 1884 when it was built as the Great Eastern Hotel, before being reinvented as Andaz London in 2007. Since then the hotel has evolved, welcoming curious, creative and fashionable guests from across the globe to experience its vibrant restaurants and bars and contemporary rooms and suites.
Couples, friends, solo travellers and business
Stepping into the Andaz Liverpool Street through a stunning entrance, guests are immediately connected with the hotel’s sense of space, sight and scent. Guests can find the history and culture of East London displayed around the hotel through the carefully curated artwork and stylistic choices.
Rooms and Suites
Andaz London has 267 spacious rooms, including 15 suites, designed by Conran & Partners to create spaces where the traditional City meets the vibrant East End, capturing the hotel’s location and heritage.
Pinstriped carpets are a nod to the uniforms of the nearby bankers, with accentuated stitched ‘jeans’ fabric around the base of the bed in recognition of the area’s sartorial past. Tattoo art by local illustrator Sophie Mo on the tan-leather bed headboards pays homage to the silk weavers that used to dominate Shoreditch’s textile industry. Images of the local area by local photographer Martin Usborne again help to connect guests with the hotel’s dynamic surroundings.
Food and Drink
Visitors to Andaz London will find something to suit all dining tastes, with three of the hotel’s five restaurants and bars, each with their own distinctive character and unique offering, now open to the public.
Rake’s Café Bar is the ideal haven to escape the buzz of the City. You won’t find formalities or rules here, just an eclectic array of comforting food, fantastic coffee and a specially crafted cocktail menu, worth experimenting during the 2-4-1 Happy Hour (Wed-Fri 4-7pm & Sat 5-7pm).
Listed by Forbes as one of London’s top five Japanese restaurants, Miyako presents diners with an authentic array of hand-rolled sushi, expertly crafted sashimi, teriyaki and other indigenous delicacies – also available to experience bottomless every Thursday and Friday – alongside a range of sake and Japanese beers.
A destination for the curious, Lady Abercorn’s Pub & Kitchen is named in honour of a sassy but caring landlady whose influence can be found in the décor and on the menu. Enjoy fresh pub grub accompanied by a cold beer from local breweries – or even sample its very own, the Lady A IPA.
24-hour gym, spa services, steam room
When it comes to corporate and private events, Andaz London features 15 distinctly unique spaces. These can accommodate any occasion, for up to 250 guests, whether your taste runs to the informal and contemporary loft-style of the Andaz Studio (which also regularly hosts yoga, bespoke dining events and pop-up restaurants) or the majestic grandeur of the 1901 Ballroom. Dominating the centre of the latter is the building’s original stained-glass dome, which remarkably lost only one glass panel during the Blitz, protected by the hotel’s mattresses – and its intrepid guests.
Located on the first floor, the Exchange room seamlessly blends contemporary furnishings and period features. An impressive oak table fills the centre of the room with space for up to 16 guests.
Arguably one of London’s best kept secrets is The Masonic Temple, housed in the depths and available for private hire. Built in 1912, and the City’s only original Freemason’s meeting lodge, it was rediscovered only by chance during the hotel’s refurbishment. This extraordinary Grade II listed space boasts 12 varieties of Italian marble, Doric and Ionic columns, gilt fittings and a splendid zodiac ceiling. Not to mention a throne where Lady Gaga once sat.
Andaz London Liverpool Street is located in the heart of the City, adjacent to Liverpool Street station and on the doorstep of energetic Shoreditch. Guests can take a stroll through five of London’s most famous markets – Borough market, Spitalfields, Columbia Road Flower market, Brick Lane & Broadway Market. St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, The Barbican Centre, Shoreditch Town Hall, The Gherkin and Box Park are also within walking distance. Liverpool Street station is less than a minute’s walk away, giving easy access to the rest of the capital’s attractions.
£195 for Queen Room
Andaz London is celebrating the reopening with two fantastic deals:
A special Staycation offer whereby guests staying two nights receive £100 of hotel credit for just £1.
Extension of the Andaz Wine Hour to the whole day so all hotel guests can indulge in a complimentary daily glass of wine at their convenience.
Liverpool Street Station which is one of the largest terminus stations in London with connections to the London Underground and East Anglian, West Anglian and Great Eastern Lines to famous cities such as Norwich and Cambridge. The station itself is one of the best connected in the city.
Address: 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN