Occupying a former Town Hall dating back to Edwardian times, this boutique hotel seduces with a sleek, contemporary luxury and sensitive restoration to an Art Deco theme. It’s a concept that perfectly fits London’s culturally diverse and energetic East End.
Set in the heart of this vibrant district, the award-winning Town Hall is a stylish conversion of ninety-eight stunning guestrooms and apartments, a Michelin-starred restaurant (Viajante, with a celebrated chef Nuno Mendes at the helm), and excellent meeting facilities, including the original Council Chambers.
A harmonious blend
The grand Edwardian facade in fine stone, complete with tower and cupola, hides contemporary and Art Deco inspired interiors.
Clean, organic lines coexist with Edwardian classic architecture, and the latest technology and cutting-edge furnishings sit alongside some retro pieces from the 50s and 60s.
Many of the building’s original features were kept, such as the sweeping central staircase. Sculptures by Henry Poole and newly commissioned art by London’s most exciting young artists adorn the walls.
Unique rooms and apartments
Every guestroom and apartment is different and each one has been given a focal point with unique, vintage piece of a fully restored furniture.
Whether it is a contemporary loft chic or Edwardian grandeur traditional room, all apartments come with superbly appointed kitchen, comfortable bedroom and sitting areas—as well as flat screen TV and complimentary Wi-Fi.
The hotel also boasts a casual brasserie-style bistro, a sleek cocktail bar and an indoor swimming pool, where reflective tiles are combined with marble and brass elements.
Town Hall and filmmaking
Town Hall Hotel’s unique spaces were found to be a perfect setting for many films and dramas, such as Atonement, Snatch, The Edge of Love, as well as contemporary fashion shoots and music videos.
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