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The 96-room Town Hall Hotel & Apartments is located in the heart of East London, just five minutes from Bethnal Green tube station, which has ideal connections to West London and the city’s financial district. The beautifully restored establishment elegantly incorporates a restructured, contemporary interior into the charming period property, an ideal space for any business or luxury traveller, situated in one of the metropolis’ hippest, up-and-coming neighbourhoods.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Loh Lik Peng, the Singaporean hotelier and restaurateur, was a former lawyer who fell into hospitality as if by accident. Today, his Unlisted Collection of unique, high-quality properties in Singapore, London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Sydney include seven design-driven boutique hotels and 20 restaurants to date. With a finger ever on the pulse, Loh operates cutting-edge hotels in heritage-listed buildings that integrate guests directly into the local scene and community.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Bethnal Green’s heritage-listed old council building was given a bold restoration and reinvention by London-based RARE Architecture. Originally built in 1910, the new award-winning design marries Edwardian, Art Deco, and cutting-edge modern architecture. The striking rooftop extension is an abstract patterned aluminium veil over the existing historic façade. Restored original details such as marble floors, high ceilings, and stately staircases give guests a sense of the building’s former grandeur while modern additions, like large glass partitions, divide the huge rooms yet retain the sense of space and light.