5 JULY 2010

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Article from BTNews 5 JULY 2010

Bethnal Green Town Hall becomes a hotel

LONDON has a new and impressive hotel and apartment accommodation in an unfamiliar area for most visitors, Bethnal Green Town Hall.  For those whose geography is not so strong Bethnal Green is in the heart of the East End, an area now revitalised with its nearness to ‘The City’ and the Stratford Olympic Park.  The hotel is on the Central Line, the first Underground stop after Liverpool Street.  The imposing and traditional 1930s building with Edwardian frontage and Neo-Classical fine stone frontage has been restored offering 98 spacious hotel rooms and apartments combining the amenities and luxuries of a 5-star hotel.  Enormous craftsmanship has gone into a sensitive restoration of wide marble halls, dramatic staircases and stunning public rooms which include a traditional council chamber and the original council meeting rooms.  Offering a mix of studios, one-bedroom suites, two-bedroom suites and feature rooms, every apartment is unique. www.townhallhotel.com

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