Andaz London Liverpool Street is the original Andaz property, having opened in 2007. Its location on the boundary of the City of London and East London makes it an ideal base for exploring the city.
I often stay with friends when visiting London; however, this time, I decided to forego my usual plans and review one of the city’s better-rated hotels, while making progress towards toward re-qualifying for Hyatt Globalist status.
Andaz London Liverpool Street – Booking
Hyatt is one of the only hotel rewards programs to stick to a published award chart with prescribed redemption prices for hotels.
Andaz London Liverpool Street is a Category 5 property within World of Hyatt, which means a standard room redemption costs 20,000 Word of Hyatt points per night. Peak and off-peak pricing will cost 23,000 and 17,000 points, respectively.
For my two-night stay at the Andaz London Liverpool Street, I redeemed 20,000 World of Hyatt points per night at the standard rate.
Cash rates at the property typically fall in the range of £300–450 ($490–740 CAD).
We value World of Hyatt points at 1.9 cents/point (CAD), and given the prevailing cash rate, redeeming Hyatt points was indeed the most discerning option.
If you’re booking a cash rate at Andaz London Liverpool Street, be sure to get in touch with a travel advisor with access to Hyatt Privé, Hyatt’s preferred partner program.
You’ll pay the same as the publicly available refundable rate, but you’ll get extra perks such as free breakfast, a $100 (USD) property credit, a room upgrade, and more.