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October 28, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Town Hall Hotel in London, England

Combining the visual splendor of Edwardian architecture with cutting-edge design and boutique luxury, London's Town Hall Hotel embodies classic elegance and contemporary grandeur on the bustling East End. Carefully restored to reflect its original beauty and charm, this breathtaking retreat boasts world-class amenities including a marble and brass pool, fitness center, internationally renowned eateries, and award-winning accommodations. Expansive marble hallways and grand staircases lead the way to sprawling common areas and event spaces outfitted with Art-Deco details like the theater-style Council Chamber. You are invited to pursue every pleasure in spacious rooms, suites, and apartments, each of which boasts opulent Egyptian-cotton bedding, hardwood floors, vintage furnishings, and flat-screen televisions. Your every expectation is exceeded with amenities like 24-hour in-room dining, plush bathrobes, and uniquely designed all-white and glass bathrooms complete with complimentary toiletries. At Town Hall Hotel, luxury reaches new levels, and you are welcome to explore them all.

At Town Hall Hotel, your every moment is an indulgence from the tantalizing gastronomy to the city's most chic hot spots and gathering grounds. Corner Room is an informal yet refined venue serving simple, exceptional cuisine with ever-changing menus and the freshest ingredients, for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Meanwhile, the exclusive Typing Room restaurant offers a tasting menu and dinner service Wednesday through Saturday. Kick back with a premium cocktail at the stylish Peg + Patriot, a bar with an avante garde offering of house libations and unique spirits. Situated in the center of vibrant Patriot Square, Town Hall Hotel is ideally located near Whitechapel Art Gallery, V&A Museum of Childhood, and the region's best shopping and cuisine. The trendy, urbane local art can be found not just lining the galleries and museums of the area, but also the walls and halls of Town Hall Hotel. Through the hotel's two-phase Art Project, the most modern and beautiful works of resident artists can be seen at your hotel pied-ŗ-terre. Enjoy the old, the new, and everything in between at Town Hall Hotel.

Location of Town Hall Hotel

Town Hall Hotel
Patriot Square
E2 9NF
London, England

Nearest Airport: LHR

Amenities for Town Hall Hotel

  • General Information
  • 98 Guest Rooms
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Fitness Center
  • Indoor Pool
  • Art Collection
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • DVD Players
  • iPod Docks
  • Built-In Power Adapters
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Business Services
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Train Station
  • Restaurants
  • Nightlife
  • Public Transportation
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts

Reviews for Town Hall Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Great hotel - amazing massive rooms, more like self contained apartments of the highest quality. Surrounding area not great. Only let down by some strange rules. I bought a drink in the bar and was told I could not take the glass to the private dining area we were eating in as the bar was run separately to the hotel (even though it is in the hotel). Same when we left the dining area to go back to the bar, not allowed to take glasses for the same reason. As a customer this is very off-putting. It should all be seamless and not an issue. Spoiled an otherwise lovely stay.

Steve K - Greater London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I stayed here for a family party. First impressions are absolutely excellent. we spent much time checking each others rooms, there is a real wow factor to each room, the bed was extremely comfortable, though as many have said, do not expect a nice view from your room. The family event we attended was absolutely amazing and the staff were very professional. we had a few issues as a family, the first being that as residents we were told that we couldn't access the bar after a function for a nightcap....not a good response and the other excuse was we had to be seated to have a drink and the seats were full...it was not just what was said but the manner in which it was said, it was rather disappointing. we chose to have breakfast and opted for the cooked breakfast, it took nearly 30 minutes for it to arrive as did my cup of coffee.....(which cost extra and so did the juice) breakfast was fine, an upmarket cooked breakfast with quality ingredients but usually on taking a full English option one would have the choice from the buffet as well, that appeared not to be the case. On checking out we mentioned that breakfast had been very late and were met with indifference. one other rather disappointing episode was the father who found himself sharing a double bed with his teenage daughter on asking for a single bed was charged £70 for the privilege.....I wouldn't say these episodes totally spoiled our stay, however they took the edge of what could have been a fantastic experience and a top review. Oh do take some time to see Dizzy, the resident rescue greyhound, she's a beautiful old lady in retirement usually hanging around asleep near reception.

Joanne E - Vevey


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This hotel was a little over our normal budget, but we pushed the boat out for our friends' wedding taking place on site, and it was well worth it. The whole place is beautifully appointed in an understated, quirky and interesting way. We got a friendly and sincere without being over-the-top welcome. Our room was vast, had tasteful and interesting vintage furniture (the huge wall-length glass cabinet filled with various different pots and jugs was quite arresting) and a beautiful bathroom with L'Occitane toiletries. Just my cup of tea. Speaking of which....good tea and coffee making facilities (sadly no creamer but we were happy to drink it black) add the usual safe, wardrobe, decent sized telly etc. and you have a pretty swanky hotel room. The bed was lovely and comfy. A nice touch was the smartphone you could borrow if need be to navigate around London for the day. We didn't need it, but I can see how useful that would be to visitors from abroad. In terms of location - well Bethnal Green Road isn't the prettiest, but the Museum of Childhood is just up the road, Columbia Road is a ten to fifteen minute walk away (and well worth it if you're in London on a Sunday morning for the flower market). We walked up to Brick Lane for a breakfast bagel so can't comment about the hotel catering, but it seemed reasonably priced compared to others I've stayed in at £8 for continental breakfast. So, what I wish I'd known... 1. There's a pool - we didn't bring our cozzies. It may look familiar if you watched Strike on BBC1 recently. 2. Be warned - the cocktail bar is *not* cheap - after perusing the menu (£18 was the cheapest cocktail on there) we opted for tap water. Sad face. There are several shops across the road selling wine, and a corkscrew available in the room. Far less painful. The worst thing about the hotel? The view from our room wasn't great - we were on the ground floor and looked out over a fairly unlovely yard. Some friends had a room on the third floor with much better views, framed by the metallic mesh on the outside of part of the building. If I had my time again I'd go for one of the upper floors. But we still loved it. In summary - not a bad place to base yourself, easy to get to from central London, and for a treat, well, it was lovely.

Kelsarama - West Country, UK


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I wasn't sure upon booking, but once we pulled in I could tell it was great. The check-in was not smooth, as i had to switch rooms and it took awhile, but the rooms are actual apartments, very spacious, tasteful, and fantastic quality. Great staff, very friendly! Decor is simple modern chic in renovated townhall, very unique. Small dining space and very limited menu but great food! Excellent indoor pool and gym. Overall very pleased and will definitely return.

Matheos S


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

A great place all in all: quirky and stylish. Lacking a bit in breakfast provision. Not a pleasant experience. They try too hard to make it different when it is not necessary. The breakfast room is also very impractical. The host tried to sit my 70 year old parents on a small stools. Airconditioning in public areas is greatly lacking. The inroom shopping option seemed a bit tacky for a "5 star" hotel. Smooth out these wrinkles and the town hall hotel would be hard to beat.

jemfromwales - chicago


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