Andaz London Liverpool Street is a 5 star lifestyle luxury hotel in the heart of vibrant East London.
Opened as the Great Eastern Hotel in 1884, the hotel is housed in Liverpool Streets station’s beautiful redbrick Victorian building, designed by the architects of the Houses of Parliament, with interiors seamlessly blending modern and heritage designs by Conran + Partners.
Capturing the hotel’s location and history, our 267 rooms and suites aim to be creative spaces where the traditionally conservative City meets the vibrant artistic vibe of East London with illustration tattoo art by local artist Sophie Mo and photography of the local area by Hoxton Mini Press’ Martin Usborne.
For the foodies, there is something to suit all dining tastes at any of Andaz London Liverpool Street’s 6 restaurants and bars, from specialty morning coffee and healthy breakfasts to fresh Japanese, brunches galore, traditional pub fare and perfectly grilled dishes.
3 things to try when you’re there
Finger licking spicy Cauliflower Wings – Rake’s Café Bar
Lush King Prawn & Crayfish Linguine – Eastway Brasserie
The Miyako Roll, with shrimp & spicy sauce – Miyako
You might not know but..
Andaz London’s worst best kept secret: the Masonic Temple. Housed inside the hotel since 1912, the temple is covered in 12 types of Italian marble and features a gilded zodiac ceiling, mahogany chairs and is protected by two heavy studded lion-headed doors. Andaz London’s Masonic Temple has hosted Lady Gaga, Alice Cooper, Paloma Faith and many others.