The contemporary Andaz Liverpool Street London is located next to Liverpool Street Station in The City, the financial district of central London, England. The Tower of London is half a mile away and Tower Bridge is a short walk further on. St Paul's Cathedral and the Barbican Arts Centre are within a mile of the hotel and the West End is 2.5 miles away. Liverpool Street railway and Tube station is a few steps from the hotel.
Built in 1884, this Grade II-listed railway hotel was redesigned for the millennium. The Victorian red-brick frontage was restored, and a central atrium was added.
The Andaz Liverpool Street's five on-site restaurants and five bars range from an informal pub dishing up steak-and-kidney pie to a chic champagne bar serving oysters and caviar.
There are 12 meeting rooms for 10-400 people and a business centre.
The hotel's health club has a fitness room in a former Masonic lodge, with personal trainers and yoga instruction available (surcharge may apply). Spa treatments are available (surcharge).
The Andaz's 267 climate-controlled guestrooms are decorated in a minimalist style. Some have period architectural details such as fireplaces. All rooms have complimentary wireless Internet connections, satellite TV, free local calls, iPod docking stations, and minibars stocked with complimentary organic juice and water. Bathrooms have bathrobes and designer toiletries.