I first visited this hotel five years ago for an events educational trip. It is a hidden gem in the East End and I knew it was going to be a personal favourite when I ordered a ‘Ron Burgundy’ cocktail and the whisky based drink was served to me on a leather bound book with burning chips of mahogany (based on Anchorman.)
The Town Hall Hotel and Apartments is based in the heart of the vibrant East End and is renowned for its award- winning architecture. Every room has an individual style and design and manages to mix its grand Edwardian features with minimalistic vintage chic! I love every quirky feature this hotel offers; unique, vintage pieces of furniture, designer lighting and sheepskin rugs (they even give you the option of taking a goldfish to your room to keep you company!!) The hotel has been featured in a personal favourite film; The Notebook and the DVD is available to take to your room for the evening.
This hotel is the hotel that just keeps giving. The rooms are set out as spacious apartments, each with a fully fitted kitchen (oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer), luxurious bathrooms and defined living, dining and sleeping areas.
One feature that I have repeatedly pitched in client proposals is the breathtaking De-Montfort Suite. I have seen many suites but NONE compare to this..(seeing is believing) The De Montfort Suite has a soaring triple- height ceiling, arched stain-glass windows and glass partitions between the bedroom area and the living room. This partition allows extra privacy so guests can entertain up to 20 people in the dining area with your own personalised menu, private chef and staff for the evening.
If you are celebrating a special occasion then The Typing Room ,with award winning chef Lee Westcott, is perfect for intimate events. They offer a five course tasting menu for £60.
This is a great hotel which understands the true meaning of offering a ‘home from home’ atmosphere.