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"Film star luxury in the East End brings back Edwardian and Art Deco glamour"
In a vibrant part of East London, The Town Hall Hotel is in a beautiful Edwardian building dating from 1910 that has been used as a film location. The Council of that era spent lavishly on architects, craftsmen and artists to decorate The Town Hall. Art Deco additions were made in the 1930s.
Now a 5-Star hotel, the bedrooms have been individually designed in styles that reflect Edwardian elegance, Art Deco glamour and contemporary chic. Rooms are spacious. Features include designer kitchens and bathrooms and original vintage furniture and fittings. Guests can enjoy such luxuries as sheepskin rugs by the bed and barista-quality coffee with the modern conveniences of free Wi-Fi and entertainment centres. Delightful extras include such things as enjoying the company of the hotel’s goldfish for the night.
Rooms available include studios and one, two or three-bed apartments as well as signature apartments for extra grandeur. The double rooms contain everything you need whether you’re staying for business or on holiday including fully controllable air conditioning and heating, bespoke bathroom furniture, free Wi-Fi, iPod dock, telephone points, EU, US and UK plug sockets, flatscreen TV and DVD player. Complimentary toiletries, tea and Musetti coffee-maker are provided and there is daily maid service.
"The flagship suite offers breathtaking design, high ceilings, arched windows and works of art"
At the top of the range, the flagship suite in The Town Hall Hotel has breathtaking design and has hosted several celebrity guests. It has triple-height ceilings, huge arched windows with stained-glass panels and statues made by sculptor Henry Poole. Architect-designed glass partitions preserve the interior, while creating private spaces for a bedroom, two bathrooms, a dining area for up to 20, a sitting area and a study. The suite has a kitchen furnished to professional standards. Nuno Mendes, the Chef-Patron of the Michelin-starred Viajante restaurant, can create private dining menus.
The Town Hall Hotel has a sumptuous pool and gym. The pool area is designed in white marble with touches of brass that recall the elegance and charm of a traditional spa. The fitness centre is next to the pool and has a full range of equipment in a glass-walled gym. Showers and changing facilities are provided for both men and women.
"Fine food and delicious cocktails in the hotel’s restaurants and bar or served in your room"
Viajante is the hotel’s main restaurant and aims to offer a gastronomic experience for guests that is personalised, yet relaxed and informal. At The Corner Room, Nuno Mendes offers simple a la carte menu with high quality dishes at affordable prices. Exceptionally spacious rooms and well-appointed kitchens mean The Town Hall Hotel also offers a Chef in Your Room service. A private chef can create a dinner party for up to six guests, at a reasonable price.
The bar offers cocktails and other drinks, music from the jazz age and a welcoming atmosphere. Cocktails are served in vintage glasses. Unique to Town Hall Hotel, the Town Hall Tea Lady also brings round a trolley of cocktail ingredients to the guest rooms.
The Town Hall Hotel is a wonderful setting for any event, from a film screening to a wedding or a sit-down banquet to cocktail party. Function rooms can host up to 200 people.
"Green spaces, markets, museums, trendy bars and vibrant nightlife"
The hotel is situated between two of East London’s best green spaces. Victoria Park, which is often used as a concert and festival venue, and Haggerston Park, containing a lovely nature reserve. Other nearby attractions include the Museum of Childhood and The Geffrye Museum. Famous East End markets worth visiting are Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Broadway Market and Columbia Road Flower Market. East London is also famous for trendy bars, traditional pubs and exciting nightclubs.
The nearest stations to Town Hall Hotel are Cambridge Heath, with regular trains to Liverpool Street station in the City of London, and Bethnal Green tube station, on the Central Line. For drivers, the hotel is outside the London Congestion Charge Zone.