Boasting a majestic Victorian redbrick facade and modish room interiors, alongside Eames-made furniture and plasma TVs, the 267-key Andaz London Liverpool Street is located in the heart of the City of London with the East End’s diverse culinary hang-outs and cultural highlights close at hand. While there’s no better time to experience the capital’s thriving culinary scene than during the London Restaurant Festival, within the hostelry’s confines, all palates are catered for too through its six gastronomic establishments. Scroll down to explore the selection.
Andaz has an extensive roster of boutique hotels worldwide, from Arizona to Amsterdam, and is set to expand even further next year with the opening of two more Europe-based hotels in Munich and Vienna and the addition of Andaz Palm Springs.
During the London Restaurant Festival this year, American Express® Cardmembers are invited to celebrate this feast for the senses with a stay at the 5-star Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel in the heart of vibrant East London. Enjoy 20% off your stay. See offer details below.
Receive 20% off your stay at Andaz London Liverpool Street when you book a stay between 2 July and 31 October 2017 and stay between 1 October and 31 October 2017 using your American Express® Card. Quote promo code LRF17 when booking. Subject to availability and black-out dates. Terms and conditions apply*
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*Terms and Conditions
Offer valid for reservations made in advance between 2 July 2017 and 31 October 2017 for stays from 1 October 2017 through 31 October 2017 at Andaz London Liverpool Street. Must request offer code LRF17 at time of booking to qualify for discount. A limited number of rooms are allocated to this offer, reservations subject to availability. Offer not valid with groups, conventions, other promotional offers, tour packages or special rate programs. Rate is per room, per night, based on double occupancy and excludes service charges, mandatory resort fees, applicable taxes and other incidental expenses. Additional charges may apply for additional guests or room type upgrades. Fulfilment of this offer is the sole responsibility of Hyatt Corporation.
Feast on sushi, sashimi and teriyaki, or sip on saké, within the uncomplicated décor of this well-known and much-liked East-End eatery bringing a piece of Japan to the capital. Most of its offerings are also available to take away.
Head to the Eastway for laid-back dining, and tuck into its standouts such as ribeye steak or grilled Cornish mackerel. This year the Eastway Bar is turning out four different classic cocktails with a twist each month, while the Communal Table is the perfect setting to break the ice with soon-to-be friends.
For true Victorian-era grandeur, this Grade-II-listed ballroom – complete with a preserved stained-glass dome – is an unrivalled venue in which to enjoy a towering breakfast. Backed by the motto to devour breakfast “like a king”, wash down locally sourced cheese and Scottish smoked salmon with freshly squeezed juices. The ballroom is also available for exclusive hire.
1901 Wine Lounge
The lounge has an assortment of vintages targeted at connoisseurs and novices alike, with many wines available by the glass. Enjoy the accompanying nibbles – including charcuterie and cheeseboards sourced from Old Spitalfields Market – while indulging in the atmosphere of the venue’s colourful cocoon. Afternoon tea rounds off an eclectic selection.
Catch Bar & Lounge
This upbeat venue serves up an agreeable selection of speciality bellinis and champagne to a discerning, party-chasing East London crowd. A menu of small treats and bigger plates, from Norfolk corn-fed chicken to fish and chips to oysters and more, helps to sate the munchies, with all festivities backed by a fashionable soundtrack spun by resident DJs.
The lineup wouldn’t be complete without the quintessentially English George Pub, a homely staple of the hotel providing a touch of understated class through its oak-panelled walls and ornate ceiling. Sit back and quaff a series of craft ales garnered from the capital’s brewers, from Partizan Brewery to Hackney Brewery. Head to the pub’s dining room for treats – the bitter chocolate and Cointreau brule among them.