I often dream at night about being in London. I have no plans on the horizon to be back there, but when that finally happens, I’d love to stay at Town Hall Hotel. It’s one of the best examples of that old-meets-new aesthetic I love. The Edwardian-style hotel, which is in Bethnal Green in East London, opened in 1910, and an Art Deco addition was commissioned in 1930. Modern interior design was implemented when it became a hotel, and it’s a perfect mix of pristine plaster, polished tiles, gleaming glass, lustrous timber, honey wood, and so much more. It packs a lot of different styles in, from Edwarding to Art Deco to Mid-century Mod, but somehow, it all just works. Scroll below to see for yourself, and see more on the hotel’s website and Instagram feed.
Have you stayed at Town Hall Hotel? What did you think?
Images borrowed from Town Hall Hotel via Tablet