Great Eastern Hotel
Conran Holdings
 
 
The £65 million refurbishment of London’s famous rail-way hotel
Now known as Andaz, the former Great Eastern was once the only hotel in the City of London and is still a landmark to this day.
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Following decades of decline the Great Eastern was restored to its former glory by Conran and Partners and the Manser Practice.

Originally designed by Charles Barry in 1884, the Great Eastern near Liverpool Street is one of London’s famous rail-way hotels.
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In 1998 a £65 million refurbishment restored the true class act, and it has since become a Grade I listed building comprising 63 guest rooms.

When it came to designing the 5* hotel’s identity, a railway motif seemed natural in celebration of the golden age of travel.
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20 years later...
20 years later...
20 years later...
20 years later...
 
 
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