Andaz London Liverpool Street

Andaz London Liverpool Street

A stone throw away from the hustle and bustle of Liverpool Street station, there is a distinct sense of calm at the boutique hotel, The Andaz. The Hyatt hotel is housed in an extraordinary, Victorian building designed by the very same architects who designed the Houses of Parliament. This sets the precedent for the five star establishment.

img_5453From the moment you enter you can smell the luxury. No really you can. There’s a divine floral fragrance that gently wafts through the hotel.The lobby at The Andaz, is rather unexpectedly, modern and contemporary.

Andaz london liverpool stret lobbyThe hotel seems to have a distinct mix of trendy modern with traditional Victorian features throughout. The deluxe king Pearly Room  features a bespoke, monochrome mural, by street artist, Patrick Morgan. It’s an interesting feature representative of East London pop culture, with the iconic Spitalfield’s Church tower, surrounded by endless buttons. In the late 19th century, a Japanese ship carrying pearl buttons sank in the River Thames. Market traders flocked to salvage the buttons and sewed them onto their clothes, becoming the infamous Pearly Kings and Queens, depicted in the mural.


img_2348The room is quite minimalistic yet sophisticated and comfortable. The Andaz Liverpool Street have thoughtfully kitted out the room with a Bose docking station, a well stocked non-alcoholic mini bar and tempting snacks that are all complimentary. This is a nice touch, in addition to all the complimentary drinks and nibbles dotted around the hotel. An afternoon knock from room service, bearing a delicious sweet, cereal bar treat from the bakery was a pleasant surprise.

img_2371img_2396The bathroom is rather retro and the rumbling of the old pipes, reminds you how historic this glorious hotel is. Featuring a rain shower, T London amenities and an oversized tub which fills quickly, it is ideal for a relaxing soak after a day in the city.

img_2355img_2359Although The Andaz is situated with a prime location in the heart of London, you really won’t want to leave. With seven restaurants and bars to choose from, there really is little need to.

img_2439The 1901 ballroom has been magnificently restored to its former glory with a phenomenal glass ceiling that is a stunning feature. As the host for the Wedding Magazine’s Wedding Blog Awards 2016, the charming 1901 looked incredibly impressive adorned with flowers, candelabras, and the champagne flowing.

img_5405By day the 1901 is transformed for the large breakfast spread. Amongst the mandatory full English breakfast are an assortment fruits, cereals, and breads from the the in house bakery. The flaky, crispy chocolate croissants are just perfect. Staff is friendly and service is effortless throughout the hotel.

img_5431The 1901 Wine Lounge is stylish and welcoming and has an art deco feel. It’s a great spot in London for wine connoisseurs.

img_2441The Andaz is perfectly located for a London staycation, and the grade II listed 1901 is most definitely the ideal location for a wedding or to host a glamourous event. The restaurants are lovely for a birthday or anniversary celebration.

The Andaz, 40 Liverpool Street, London, England, EC2M 7QN

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