The review of the Andaz Liverpool Street hotel in London, which also hosted Lady Gaga and BeyoncÃ©! See the pictures ….
Built in 1884 as the Great Eastern Hotel, the Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel is a five star lifestyle hotel and the start of every Shoreditch adventure.
Globally while having a local perspective, he immerses clients in the ever-changing, vibrant and creative culture of East London so that they feel like local from the start of their trip to the hotel – moreover, Lady Gaga and Beyonce are fans too!
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The Poker face The hitmaker took part in an ultra-glamorous photoshoot in the Secret Room – which served as a Masonic temple in the past – while BeyoncÃ© graced the accommodation’s firm beds when she came to the capital during one of its many sold-out tours.
Part of the Hyatt portfolio, the hotel offers a vibrant experience that is truly unique to each guest: blending personal style with attentive, straightforward service.
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Beyonce and Lady Gaga are big fans of the place
The hotel has 267 spacious and modern rooms including 15 suites. Designed in a residential style, the rooms embody the cozy and welcoming philosophy of Andaz’s ‘home’, with winged back chairs by Morgan, bespoke jewel walnut desks and super plush beds. Large Artisan Photographer’s Lamps reinforce the theme of playfulness and create a cozy atmosphere.
One of the suites
Designed in a residential style, the rooms also refer to the originality and unexpected elements of East London. This includes the use of tattoo art on the tan leather headboards, which depict the silk weavers who dominated the Shoreditch textile industry, and other artistic illustrations in the bathroom, designed exclusively by the local artist Sophie Mo.
The bathrooms are aesthetic
This design captures the history and heritage of the hotel and reflects the hotel’s unique location as a gateway between the traditionally refined city and the changing and dynamically creative Shoreditch. Its aesthetic is shaped by the unique identities of these two areas.
In a larger suite
The hotel offers a range of 14 unique and diverse event spaces for business, as well as social events, from sophisticated anniversary parties to engagement and anniversary dinners. Here there are five restaurants and bars, each with its own distinctiveness and unique offering:
Rake’s CafÃ© Bar – a cafÃ© by day and a bar by night, it’s a place to get away from the city; offering simple, comforting cuisine alongside artisanal coffee and a specially crafted signature cocktail menu of modern and classic concoctions.
Eastway Brewery – this restaurant evokes the vibe of the East End, offering all-day dining and a familiar weekend brunch in a relaxed yet vibrant setting with terraces on bustling Liverpool Street.
The hotel has many bars and restaurants
Miyako – this must-see restaurant is an intimate and authentic Japanese restaurant offering diners a traditional menu of sushi, sashimi and teriyaki as well as a range of sake and Japanese beers.
Lady Abercorn’s Pub and Kitchen – the pub is a contemporary pub full of intrigue, serving both classic and innovative food and a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits.
Lady Abercorn’s is a contemporary pub full of intrigue
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15 modern and distinctly unique spaces are on offer to accommodate any occasion, accommodating up to 500 guests, from the informal and contemporary loft-style Andaz studio with floor-to-ceiling windows to the majestic scale and grandeur of the ballroom 1901 classified Grade II.
At the center of the 1901 Ballroom is the building’s original stained-glass dome, which survived the 1940s Blitz and gives the space a captivating feature, flooding it with natural light.
Lady Gaga filmed games of Poker Face inside the Masonic temple
Located on the first floor, Exchange blends modern and traditional harmoniously, with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows with a traditional Victorian fireplace and contemporary furnishings. A stunning oak table fills the center of the room with space for up to 16 people seated, crowned by an eye-catching chandelier.
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The interior of the hotel is quite impressive
Perhaps one of London’s best kept secrets is the Masonic Temple located deep within the hotel and available for private hire. Concealed by heavy studded doors and accessible by a spiral staircase and a spacious mahogany-paneled antechamber, this is the only original Freemasonry meeting pavilion built in 1912.
Prices at Andaz London Liverpool Street start at Â£ 169 for a night in a Queen room.
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