Just moments from Liverpool Street station, the Health Club & Spa at Hyatt Andaz Liverpool Street provides an urban spa retreat in the heart of one of London’s most vibrant areas. Originally opened in 1884 as a railway hotel, this beautiful redbrick Victorian building blends traditional architecture with contemporary facilities, providing the perfect setting for a luxurious city break.
Escape the hectic world outside with a visit to the Health Club & Spa. Housing a fully equipped gym studio and steam room, along with a range of tailormade massage and beauty treatments, every detail has been designed to give you freedom and comfort. With a spa menu complemented by the use of Anne Semonin products, you can unwind with complete peace of mind.
Featuring over 200 guest rooms and 15 suites, at Hyatt Andaz Liverpool Street, you’re truly spoilt for choice. Each of their beautiful boutique rooms is decorated with furniture designed by Eames and fitted with eco friendly bathrooms. Along with complimentary amenities from local perfumer T London, there’s no better place to put your feet up.
Whatever your flavour, with the Hyatt Andaz’s 7 restaurants and bars, you’re sure to find something to suit you. Enjoy staples of British hospitality with a full English at 1901 or afternoon tea in the 1901 Wine Lounge. Sample some authentic Japanese cuisine at Miyako or have a taste of traditional pub grub at George. If you’re looking for a few drinks to get ready for the night, Catch Bar & Lounge serve a range of classic and creative cocktails.
With it’s prime city centre location, the hotel is fantastically placed whether you’re after a girly getaway or a romantic city break. Take in the sights at the historic St. Paul's Cathedral or have some fun in the City’s dynamic East End. If you’re after a little retail therapy, the hotel is less than 15 minutes from both Oxford Street and Westfield Stratford.
Located across from Liverpool Street station, the hotel is just 40 minutes from both Gatwick and Stansted airports, with amazing connectivity to the rest of the UK via rail.