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Events & Attractions


This speakeasy-style subterranean bar, featuring live jazz and blues, is the perfect spot to enjoy cocktails and rare spirits.


St. Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of London’s most recognisable historical sights and offers stunning views of the city. This English baroque-style cathedral on Ludgate Hill—one of the highest points in the City of London—was designed by Sir Christopher Wren.


Tate Modern

Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, the Tate Modern is an iconic attraction that features the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day, as well as international modern and contemporary art.


Beigel Bake

This place is not only the oldest bagel shop in London but also a social mecca, open 24 hours a day and producing thousands of bagels every night.


Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road is an unexpected oasis of blooms and blossoms tucked away in trendy East London. You’ll find over 50 stalls selling flowers, plants and garden essentials, as well as vintage fashion stores, antique shops and great coffee.


Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market—a covered market located on Gracechurch Street in the East End—is truly the hidden gem of London’s market life. The market dates back to the 14th century and primarily sells fresh food. As well as cheesemongers, butchers and florists, you’ll find fashion boutiques, bars and restaurants.


Whitechapel Gallery

The Whitechapel Gallery showcases the work of contemporary artists, as well as featuring retrospective exhibitions and shows that are of interest to the local community. The nearest tube is Aldgate East.


Old Spitalfields Market

Once a fruit and vegetable market, Old Spitalfields has been transformed into a bohemian, trend-stepping destination. It’s best to visit on Sunday, when you’ll find enough organic food to feed an army of foodies, retro lampshades, brilliant art-school fashion, one-off jewellery and a whole array of things you won’t find anywhere else.


Tower of London

The Tower of London is a medieval fortress, royal palace and prison located on the north bank of the River Thames that dates back to 1066. It’s home to the iconic Yeoman Warders, who guard the tower, and ravens and houses the Crown Jewels.


Oxford Street and Soho

This famous shopping district is only a 10-minute tube ride from Andaz London Liverpool Street. Take the central line west from Liverpool Street station, and within minutes find yourself in London’s famous department stores and flagship boutiques, as well as the vintage stores of Carnaby Street.


Tower Bridge

This suspension bridge near the Tower of London on the River Thames, is an architectural marvel and an iconic symbol of London. It’s worth visiting for the impressive views from the walkways and historic engine rooms.


Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London tells the story of the British capital and its people, uncovering its fascinating history. Though the original London Wall site is closed, it’s worth visiting the Docklands museum.


Hoxton Square

Satisfy your craving and explore the dining and nightlife scene with East End charm near Hoxton Square. Still as hip as ever, this area boasts a remarkable array of cafés, quirky bars and diverse restaurants.


Borough Market

Just a 20-minute walk or 10-minute tube journey from Andaz London Liverpool Street, Borough Market is a must-visit spot for any foodie. Its endless stalls of organic and free-range food, myriad cafes surrounding the medieval market and the opportunity to queue for hours just to get one of the juicy sausages in an organic bread roll the market is known for, are too much to resist.


O2 Arena

This huge, multi-purpose indoor entertainment complex, known for its striking dome shape, hosts world-class events, concerts and exhibitions. It’s also home to an ice rink, cinema, restaurants and much more.


Fabric London

Fabric is one of London’s premier nightclub venues, hosting weekly line-ups of the leading names in electronic music. Fridays are usually drum and bass, dubstep and hip-hop, while Saturdays and Sundays feature house, techno and electro.


Westfield Stratford City

With over 300 high street and designer stores, and 70 restaurants, Westfield Stratford City is one of the largest urban shopping centres in the UK. Only 10 minutes east from Liverpool Street station, via the central line or overground train, this shopping mecca awaits.


Covent Garden

Enjoy exploring this world-class dining and shopping destination in the heart of theatreland filled with street performers and fashion, lifestyle and beauty stores.


Brick Lane and Spitalfields

When it comes to shopping, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you stay at our hotel near Brick Lane and Spitalfields. Right on our doorstep, discover an array of markets selling food, art and vintage items, along with up-and-coming designer stores.


One New Change

A five-minute tube journey or a 15-minute walk from Andaz London Liverpool Street, you’ll find One New Change. This is one of London’s best shopping destinations, complete with cafés and restaurants from renowned chefs and flagship menswear and womenswear fashion brands, all overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral.


The Monument

The Monument is a 202-foot-tall stone column in the City of London built to commemorate the Great Fire of London in 1666. If you climb its 311 steps to the top, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the city.


Barbican Centre

This world-class performing arts centre in the heart of the Barbican Estate features classical and contemporary music concerts, theatre and dance performances, film screenings and art exhibitions. Its concert hall is the home of the acclaimed London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. The centre also houses a library, several restaurants and bars and a conservatory.


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