Originally one of the grand railway-station hotels of the Victorian era that re-opened in the year 2000 as a new modern 5* Deluxe hotel. The hotel is part owned by the designer Terence Conran and all of the furniture and furnishings used in the hotel can be purchased in his store in London. It is a truly impressive property with some of the best restaurants and bars available in the area.
Built in the year 2000, this city hotel comprises 6 floors with a total of 14 single rooms, 191 double rooms and 40 apartments. Guests may make use of the foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a lift, a safe and a currency exchange facility. In addition, there is a café, a shop, an à la carte restaurant, a conference room and a public Internet terminal available for use. Room, laundry and medical services round off the facilities on offer.
This hotel is situated next to Liverpool Street Station in the banking and financial district of London.
The rooms are all different shapes and sizes. Although the hotel opened only in 2001, almost all of the rooms have already been refurbished. All rooms are fully air conditioned and are decorated in a very minimalist style with plain walls, flooring and bathrooms that remind those of the golden railway era. The rooms are of deluxe standard.
The hotel has four restaurants: Fishmarket, Terminus, Miyabi and fine dinner Aurora. It also has a fantastic pub that mixes the best of the Victorian decoration with modern designs.
The hotel's facade is of ornamental red brick, typical of Victorian built hotels.
The lobby is medium in size with a high atrium roof. It has been totally renovated and is decorated with dark woods, pale cream walls and dark brown sofas with modern fake fur throws.
Total Number of Rooms: 154
Direct dial phone
Automatic wake-up call
Medium sized lobby
Earliest check-in at
Porterage 24 hour
Rooms service 24 hour
Car parking (Payable to hotel, if applicable)
Car rental facilities