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As a group of friends stopping for a coffee because 2 of our party used to work in this building before it became a hotel. We mentioned this to our waiter as the head of house keeping Paul was walking by. He heard this and...More
We loved what they have done to convert the old Town Hall to a hotel and enjoyed our stay.
• Brilliant renovation and preservation of original architecture, furnishings and atmosphere.
• Top floor extension is modern but sympathetic to the original and ‘fits in’...More
Great experience in East London. Marvellous historical building, with beautiful rooms and super comfortable mattress.The breakfast served in a nice room with full service. Pool at the underground floor a real plus.
We must like this hotel, as it’s our third visit. Three of our grown up children live nearby but haven’t yet progressed to homes with spare bedrooms! so hotels it is when we stay over.
I confess we normally tend to stay in cheaper local...More
I stayed a month at the hotel with my family in the two bedrooms apartment, and we had a great time at the hotel. The swimming pool is great for the kids and adults. The team is vey polite and we felt at home. The...More
Date of stay: January 2019
Response from DirectorOfGuestServ, Guest Relations Manager at Town Hall HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Many thanks for your complimentary observations. We are delighted you enjoyed you visit and look forward to welcoming you and any friends you encourage back soon!
Have a lovely week ahead.. Hopefully you are enjoying the whiff of spring?
Response from 3638grace | Reviewed this property |
Yes they do but has changed to bigger bottles that are welded to the wall. On the positive side it is more ecologically friendly. On the down side you can’t swipe the cutesy bottles they used to have for later use!