The rooms at the Andaz are too nice, you wouldn't want to rock in at 3am and be too drunk to spritz your pillow spray - yes, you do get this in your room! You'll adore the jar of complimentary chocolates, the lush smelling toiletteries, the huge bath and the complimentary Wi Fi.
You might not love the view - it's East London remember, it's not exactly picturesque.
Salt Lake City 2002: The conservative city hosted some protests against Olympic policies to distribute free condoms to athletes.
“Gay app Grindr crashes as Olympic athletes arrive in London,” read the Althletes were particularly candid about their sex lives, as well.
“I’ve seen people having sex right out in the open,” U. soccer star Hope Solo told ESPN in a long expose of Olympians’ sexual encounters.
It's the perfect getaway for a nice shopping or theatre trip.
We wouldn't advise staying here if you were going to London to party the night away. We dare you not to have the best nights sleep of your life.
On our nights stay we fancied steak and chips so we were advised to book in at Eastway.
The restaurant, although quiet, was buzzing with atmosphere. Go to breakfast hungry because the portion sizes are huge.
The reception area is super chilled, quiet and dare we say it, relaxing.
Why: If you want to stay in a five star London hotel and never want to leave - this is the one.
Norway 1994: Skier Carrie Sheinberg told ESPN that two German bobsledders “made it clear that they’d trade me their gold for all kinds of other favors.
I said jokingly, ‘Thanks, but Tommy Moe has a medal.
For shoppaholics, Westfield Stratford City shopping mall and the shopping mecca that is Oxford Street are both just a ten minute tube ride away. You're in luck as the hotel is close to an array of art galleries, boutique shops, markets such as Spitalfields and Borough, and the popular restaurants and nightlife of Shoreditch and Hoxton - for those of you who want to get merry and have a little fun.