About the hotel

The original Town Hall opened in 1910 - The heyday of Edwardian architecture and British power.

The building

The building reflected a new confidence and wealth in the Borough and the Council spent lavishly on fine architects, craftsmen and artists to decorate it. More building was commissioned in the 1930s and this splendid addition contains the Art-Deco interiors which have made Town Hall Hotel a famous film location.

Pevsener, the Architectural Bible of Britain, called the internal decoration ‘subtle but expensive Deco style’. Australian walnut wood was used to panel the Council Chamber, mahogany in the mayoral office, green and white marble lined the staircase, while even the air vents were covered with exquisitely patterned brass grilles. Town Hall Hotel marries Edwardian, Art-Deco and now the most cutting-edge modern architecture in one harmonious whole.

Design Plaudits

The design has drawn plaudits from English Heritage and won accolades within the industry. Town Hall Hotel won the prestigious RICS London award for Building Conservation, as well as the national Project of the Year Award, reflecting the exceptional concentration that was put into restoration and preservation as well as imaginative reinvention.

Using techniques never before seen in Britain, including a patterned metal veil, laser-cut with a design inspired by the Art-deco Council Chamber, every room is flooded with natural light, while original features have been painstakingly restored. Architects, furniture designers, artists and craftsmen have been involved at every step of the way to create a truly stunning interior.



At Town Hall Hotel every drop counts. We recognize that water is our most valuable resource and we work hard to reduce the volume we use on a daily basis so it remains in nature, where it belongs. Help us by hanging the YES card on your door when you wish to have your Suite freshened up.


When it comes to waste, we work to recycle, repurpose, and reuse all that we can. At Town Hall Hotel, less is more with what we leave behind.


Energy binds everything and everyone, but we also need it to keep the lights on. At Town Hall Hotel we have implemented a wide range of energy saving initiatives to keep our footprint small and hotel sustainable (in room key card power switch).


It is impossible to improve on the quality and efficiency of natural light. Whenever possible, guest rooms and public spaces are designed with windows, retractable walls and open doors.

About check-in & check-out time

Check-in from 3:00pm

Check-out at 11.00am

Should you wish to book a late check-out, please contact us.

Late check-out is subject to availability and additional fees.


Hotel breakfast at Elis Restaurant

Helmed by the 2 Michelin star chef, Rafael Cagali; Elis restaurant is open for dinner offering a relaxed interpretation of his Brazilian-Italian heritage, serving rustic dishes along with a selection of elegant snacks and splendid wines, from Tuesday to Saturday. Yet we would be delighted if you join us to start your da with our daily A la Carte breakfast, offering a mixture of English, American and European fare.

£18.00 pp. 

Breakfast is in Elis restaurant served from 07:00-10:30 (Mon-Fri) 07:00-11:00 (Sat-Sun).

Kids under 12 years old may eat for free when breakfast is included in your room rate. For external guests, up to 2 children may eat with one paying adult. 



Elis Restaurant, along with 2 Michelin start chef Rafael Cagali. Elis restaurant offers a relaxed interpretation of his Brazilian-Italian heritage, serving rustic dishes along with a selection of elegant snacks and good wines.
Opening hours:
Dinner - Tuesday to Saturday - 18:30 to 21:00
Lunch - Saturday - 12:30 to 14:30



Our mixologists have created a cocktail menu to rival some of the biggest players on the cocktail scene in London, so make sure to indulge in one of her master creations on your next visit to Silk Weaver.

Opening hours:
Thursday - 17:00 to 24:00
Friday - 17:00 to 01:00
Saturday - 17:00 to 01:00
Sunday - 17:00 to 22:00