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ANDAZ LONDON LIVERPOOL STREET

Seamlessly blending a rich Victorian heritage with an opulent modern interior, fall in love with the East London hotel and adjoining Rake’s Café Bar.

Andaz Queen Room

Andaz London Liverpool Street

Andaz Queen Room
Andaz London Liverpool Street

When in a new city, there’s no doubt that your temporary digs can ultimately set the tone for your stay. And for one that perfectly encapsulates everything that London is about – a city steeped in tradition, but a proud torchbearer for everything new and innovative – look no further than Andaz London Liverpool Street.

A five-star establishment in the prime East London location (literally one step gets you pretty much on the escalator down into the station or into the creative hub of Shoreditch) and one of the original London railway hotels, its Victorian redbrick exterior nods to its rich heritage, whist its decadent and lavishly decorated interior is an instant oasis amidst the rush of the city.

Just inside the revolving doors, the ornate Andaz Lounge – designed to emulate a saloon carriage – is the beating heart of the hotel, hosting buzzy events, from food and drink tastings to even pop-up tattoo parlours; the ideal location to chill or even zip through those pesky emails in between meetings. And championing the creativity of the neighbourhood, the Andaz Lounge features pieces by art group Le Gun from the Royal College of Art – for those IG-friendly snaps, of course.

Rakes Bottomless brunch
Rakes bar in Liverpool street

Rake’s Café Bar

Rakes Bottomless brunch
Rake’s Café Bar
Rakes bar in Liverpool street

And the hotel’s grand 267 guest rooms have a luxuriously homely feel with winged-backed chairs by Morgan, bespoke bijou walnut desks, insanely plush beds, with deft edgy touches including looming photographer’s lamps, as well as tattoo art on the tan-leather bed headboards (an homage to the silk weavers that used to dominate Shoreditch’s textile industry). Don’t miss the illustrations in the bathroom designed exclusively by local artist Sophie Mo. Elsewhere, recharge from the hustle and bustle of the city with the on-site health club, including a gym, steam room and in-room spa facilities.

Finally, a visit to London isn’t a visit to London without sampling the best the capital has to offer in terms of gastronomical delights – and thankfully, on your doorstep (literally), is the hotel’s range of restaurants and bars, each with their own distinctive character and cuisine. Don’t miss the buzzy terraced seating of Eastway Brasserie; sip on sake in the intimate Japanese restaurant Miyako; indulge in innovative gastronomy at Lady Abercorn’s Pub & Kitchen. But Rake’s Café Bar is the real showstopper – endless Bloody Mary’s or Mimosas at the bottomless brunch in the café during the day, and at night? Cocktails galore as the place transforms into an atmospheric bar complete with a flower-adorned pergola. Bliss.

Discover more at hyatt.com and rakescafebar.co.uk

ANDAZ LONDON LIVERPOOL STREET

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