We've got 10 very good reasons why you should book this one-of-a-kind hotel deal.
The British capital city offers something for everyone, blending stiff-upper-lip British traditionalism with cutting edge modern culture. It has been the breeding ground for some of the world's most famous trends from Brit Pop to Punk and has played home to just about every 20th century icon at one time or another. Plus, there's the Queen.
But the cost of a trip to London can add up quickly, especially when it comes to accommodation. Luckily we discovered this stay at the Town Hall Hotel (from $184 per night via coupon code "SUMMER20," a low by $68; expires July 24), which means you can stay in luxury without having to pay through the nose! Located in Bethnal Green in London's East End, this hotel offers luxury that far exceeds the price you'll pay. Here are just 10 out of many, many reasons to grab this hotel deal.
10 Reasons To Stay at Town Hall Hotel in London
Housed in an Ex-Edwardian Town Hall
Opened in the spring of 2010, this hotel now stands on the former grounds of Bethnal Green's original town hall. The hotel blends Edwardian influences with hip furnishings and original period details to create a luxurious and trendy stay in London.
Complimentary Shuttle Service to Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf
Located in London's artsy East End, the Town Hall Hotel is not as central as other London hotels but compensates with a free shuttle service to Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf. From here you can hop on the Tube (mind the gap!) and reach all of London's main attractions.
Original Architecture Crossed with Art Deco Style
The preserved glass-domed entrance hall and sculptures by Henry Poole are warmly juxtaposed with contemporary furnishings from the likes of Viabizzuno and Parisian designer Tzuri Gueta, giving this hotel a modern elegance.
Tea Lady Serves Cocktails from a Mobile Teacart
The Peg & Patriot cocktail bar has made a name for itself with quirky cocktails, many made from home-distilled liquor. Get excited about martinis with chicken stock and Bloody Marys with black pudding. Plus, a tea lady will serve your cocktail to your room on her mobile tea cart.
Special Events in the Original Council Chambers
Planning a special event and want to give it an air of gravitas and tradition? Book your event in one of the Council Chambers, where the seating is tiered. The chambers includes an ante-room perfect for reception or post-event cocktails.
Spacious Executive Suites
London hotels can be cramped, but the Executive Suites at the Town Hall Hotel are 379 square feet. Plus, these suites a include small living area, dining area, and a fully equipped kitchen.
Typing Room Restaurant
The hotel's onsite restaurant, set up by Jason Atherton with head-chef Lee Westcott, occupies the town hall's former typing room where communications from the mayor were typed up. The menu blends modern European food trends with British influences and seasonal local produce.
Luxury Apartments for $230 per night
These 505 square feet one-bedroom apartments (from $230 per night via coupon code "SUMMER20," a low by $29) with a separate living room and dining area that offers luxury combined with all the mod conveniences — iPod docks, flat screen TVs, and WiFi throughout.
Indoor Pool and Fitness Center
White marble topped off with brass accents lend the pool at this hotel the elegance of a traditional British spa. If swimming isn't your thing, relax in one of the pool-side loungers and enjoy the natural light from the glass-paneled ceiling. The glass-walled fitness center next door is open from 6 am until midnight.
Condé Nast Rated it One of London's Top 5 Hotels
Condé Nast Traveler rated this hotel in its top 5 London hotels. Plus, TripAdvisor gives it a rating of 91% based on 792 reviews and ranks it at #47 in London - out of a whopping 1,073. One commenter summed up the experience as a "step back in time, in a good way."
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