Bethnal Green, in London’s East End plays host to the off-beat yet utterly opulent Town Hall Hotel. Housed within historic walls, exuding all its original splendour, this monument from the pinnacle of Edwardian architecture oozes a uniquely cool sophistication.
Previously the civic headquarters for the borough, no expense was spared on the elaborate artistry when opened in 1910, and for this we are thankful! Perhaps an unlikely dwelling for the grandeur and allure? Perhaps not. A stones throw away from neighbouring Shoreditch, this vibrant domain boasts some of the most up and coming eateries, bars and hangouts. And as if this wasn’t enough to be getting on with, The Town Hall Hotel offers a morning shuttle service into the heart of the city.
Design-driven aesthetic and Art-Deco interiors not only bring the Town Hall Hotel into a league of its very own, but also secures the spot as a famous film location. Secluded within the lavish Edwardian exterior we are presented with the perfect harmony of majestically historic authenticity, brought to life by an utterly cool, contemporary re-vamp. Spacious yet inviting, the serene vibe and marriage of original fixtures contrasted against the avant-garde chic makes it an easy choice for the off-beat and luxury driven traveller. As a member of the Design Hotels group, a company specialising in handpicked, boutique luxury accommodation worldwide you are assured the perfect experience.
Boasting an array of individually designed and sizable rooms which again bring together the perfect mix of period features and modern luxury. Equipped with all the usual must-haves plus some unexpected comforts which ensure The Town Hall Hotel is always a step above the rest. From signature suites to open plan studios, there really is a room to meet every want and need. And if luxurious grandeur is what you are after then look no further; The De Montfort Suite, the hotels flagship chambers brings the very meaning of spectacular into being.
Alongside uniquely crafted rooms, The Town Hall also plays host to the sought after Peg & Patriot bar boasting an impressive and off-beat cocktail list run by mixologist Matt Whiley. The Typing Room restaurant offers an intimate experience with a five or seven course tasting menu option sure to ignite the taste-buds! If you are after something a little less formal, the Corner Room might just be for you. Luxurious dining in a contemporary yet easy going environment, with a three course lunch for £23, jackpot.
Prices from : £165 + VAT