Review: Andaz London Liverpool Street

Andaz London Liverpool Street is the original Andaz property.  Its location on the boundary of the City of London and East London makes it an ideal base for exploring the city.


Hyatt is one of the few hotel programs with a published award chart and set redemption prices. A standard room at Andaz London Liverpool Street, a Category 5 property within World of Hyatt, costs 20,000 points per night.

For my two-night stay at the Andaz London Liverpool Street, I redeemed 20,000 World of Hyatt points per night at the standard rate. Cash rates at the property typically fall in the range of £300–450 ($490–740 CAD).


Andaz London Liverpool Street is situated in the northeastern corner of the City of London, the capital’s financial district. It’s approximately one mile north of the notable London Bridge.

The Andaz is within easy walking distance of several key sights and vibrant neighbourhoods. St. Paul’s Cathedral and The Museum of London can both be reached in about 20 minutes on foot, while Shoreditch and East London are just a 10-minute walk away.


The hotel’s Victorian brick façade dates back to the construction of the Great Eastern Hotel in 1884, and maintains a historic charm that’s hard to miss. The entrance to Andaz London Liverpool Street sits directly on Liverpool Street.

Stepping inside the timeless edifice, the lobby is notably influenced by the city’s industrial heritage, which has been modernized to have a contemporary feel.

The hotel’s front desk sits at the centre of the lobby, a sleek and modern contrast to the flair of the seating area. You’ll notice the “GEH” design near the ceiling here, paying homage to the property’s history as the Great Eastern Hotel.

Andaz Large Suite

The Andaz Large Suite is extremely spacious, with a separate bedroom, living room, and work area. As you step into the suite, the living area is at the forefront.

In the left-hand corner was a large L-shaped couch flanked by two mismatched end tables and a small coffee table. The end tables were each set with a complimentary bottle of wine upon my arrival, as well as some chocolates.

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