Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel is a few hundred feet from Liverpool Street Station, which is a major mainline railway station in the City of London as well as a tube station serving the Central, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle Lines. The Stansted Express bus offers a fast service from Stansted Airport to Liverpool Street Station and there is a shuttle bus from London City Airport. From Gatwick Airport you can catch a fast train to Victoria station, then take the Circle Line to Liverpool Street station. The Heathrow Express runs from Heathrow Airport to Paddington station, where you can catch the Circle Line. You can catch the Docklands Light Railway at Bank station, one stop from Liverpool Street on the Central Line. If you alight from the Eurostar at St Pancras you can get the Circle Line. Stations nearby are in Travelcard Zone 1. The hotel is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars.
This 5-Star City hotel is well located for shopping in London as well as being ideal for those doing business. The Broadgate pedestrian area with shops, cafes, bars and open air events as well as offices is right by Liverpool Street station. Petticoat Lane fashion market and Spitalfields Market are 0.3 miles away while the historic Leadenhall Market is 0.4 miles away. The Barbican, Whitechapel Gallery and the London Guildhall are equidistant at 0.6 miles. The Bank of England is 0.5 miles away and The Tower of London is 0.8 miles away. The West End is a short tube or taxi ride away.
One of London’s original railway hotels, previously called the Great Eastern, the Andaz Liverpool Street is in a Victorian redbrick building. Inside, it has 267 modern guest rooms. The hotel prides itself on great service. On arrival, guests can relax in the lounge with a complimentary drink and check in using an iPad. All guests can enjoy complimentary internet access, local landline phone calls and non-alcoholic mini-bar.
Room sizes include single, queen, twin, king, large king, suite and large suite. Single rooms are 21sq m and aim to give you a comfortable stay if you are on your own. Facilities include bed, large desk, bathroom with fast-fill tub and heated towel rail.
Complimentary amenities include tea and coffee making facilities; healthy mini-bar with water, juices and snacks; local phone calls; wired and wireless internet; iPod dock and yukata robes. The rooms also have an Eames chair and Jacob Jacobsen lamp; iron and ironing boards on request; video on demand; dual line telephones with voicemail and speakerphone; hairdryer; laptop safe, large flat screen LCD TV; cable/satellite; individual air conditioning and heat control; 24-hour room service, high-speed internet access and toiletries. At the top end, the Andaz large suites measures 54sq m and offer super king bed with plush bedding, lounge area, desk, bathroom and separate shower.
The hotel has a range of places to wine, dine or relax with a coffee. The 1901 Restaurant and Wine Bar has a fine dining menu using home-grown British produce. Miyako offers Japanese cuisine. Catch offers sustainable seafood and fish. Eastway is a New York-style brasserie. George is a traditional English pub serving hearty fare and local ales and showing live sports on plasma and 3D screens. There is also a Champagne bar and a cocktail bar.