Andaz Liverpool Street
40 Liverpool Street
011 44 207 961 1234

The Andaz Liverpool Street takes advantage of what the Great Eastern
started but perhaps never realised to its full potential. Though a
Hyatt, this is not just any ordinary building. A spectacular space
attached to Liverpool Street station, this hotel is full of nooks,
crannies, and legends that only a full tour can reveal. There is a
working Masonite temple, complete with the all- seeing eye. The
stained glass roof in 1901 survived the war, with just one piece of
glass replaced in symbolic red. Art is all over including stencilling
on the mini- Guggenheimesque atrium. The Andaz Studio, which was once
a private club up a secretive stone stair now hosts a state of the art
kitchen for private dinners. Friday nights is fish and chips at Catch,
a fish bar done in the original 1920s colours. Summertimes the staff
transforms indoor spaces into such themes as Singledon (a singles
meeting event during Wimbledon) or a designer jumble sale for
fashionistas. When we stayed, Liverpool football was in residence
along with a movie being filmed. A complimentary coffee bar and no
front- desk check-in, as well as Ren toiletries and extremely thorough
guest services take it all to the next level.


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