Seal Your Valentine's Day With A Kiss At Andaz Liverpool Street

Couples can opt to have their kiss immortalised by London artist Rebecca Ivatts while enjoying a decadent four course meal in the 1901 Restaurant this Valentine's Day.

Couples can opt to have their kiss immortalised by London artist Rebecca Ivatts while enjoying a decadent four course meal in the 1901 Restaurant this Valentine's Day. Presented as a surprise gift for your Valentine, a personalized piece of high quality art against the backdrop of the neo-classical splendour of 1901 Restaurant makes a refreshing and unique offering to show and celebrate love.

Ivatts is renowned for her energetic and expressive paintings which depict the human body as a thing of great beauty and strength. Guests will be able to take home sketches on the night or alternatively, have a photograph taken of your smooch which Ivatts will transform into a large artwork on canvas to be delivered within 4-6 weeks; prices will range from £ 49 to £3,000.

The four course menu for the evening is £75 per person, to include a glass of Bollinger Rose Champagne on arrival. The culinary team have created a sumptuous array of choices, including speciality dishes such as seawater king prawns with mango, red onions and micro cress; pan fried scallops with nutmeg flower, celery and carrot mikados; beef tenderloin with cardamom, lime jus and honey; and coconut cassis with gingerbread for dessert.

Housed in a beautiful red brick Victorian building of historic significance, Andaz Liverpool Street's 1901 Restaurant has grand and romantic interiors. Guests will be seated beneath a stained glass domed ceiling and cocktails will be served from a large marble bar in the centre of the room.

With five restaurants and bars, Andaz Liverpool Street has something to suit everyone on Valentine's Day. Catch Restaurant will offer seafood lovers a five course menu for £40 or a seven-course menu for £65, the latter including a glass of Ayala Rose Champagne and Eastway, George, Miyako and Catch Champagne Bar will be open as usual.

To book at either 1901 Restaurant or Catch contact the restaurant reservations team at Andaz Liverpool Street on 0207 618 7000 or email

Notes to the Editor:

About Rebecca Ivatts:
Born in 1972, Rebecca Ivatts graduated in Modern Languages (BA) from Oxford University and Hispanic Studies (MA) from the University of London. Ivatts studied objective life drawing and painting at the Slade School of Art London and anatomy at the Princes Drawing School. Subsequently, she took classes in expressive life drawing at the Royal College of Art in London. Rebecca has studios in both the UK and Spain and has a number of works in private collections in both countries. The human figure and portrait painting has always been central to her work.

About Andaz:
Andaz Liverpool Street is the flagship property from forward-thinking lifestyle brand Hyatt Hotels International; the Hotel's distinctive brand values include a unique and personal approach to hospitality as well as its support of local and international art and design. Significantly, Andaz Liverpool Street was the first official hotel partner of the London Design Festival in 2010. The Hotel has also developed strong creative relationships with The Whitechapel Gallery, Arts&Business and fashion and creative industry leaders.

Global in scale while local in perspective, Andaz delivers an innovative hospitality experience blending personal preferences with attentive and uncomplicated service. This unique collection of hotels reflects the personality of each locale, and is dedicated to creating natural and vibrant living spaces where travellers can indulge in their own personal sense of comfort and style. The first property, Andaz Liverpool Street in London launched November 2007, followed by Andaz West Hollywood in January 2009, Andaz Wall Street in January 2010, Andaz San Diego and Andaz 5th Avenue July 2010. Future openings include: Andaz Hawaii, Andaz Austin; Andaz Costa Rica; Andaz Sanya Sunny Bay; Andaz Delhi; Andaz Turks & Caicos; Andaz Amsterdam.

Andaz Liverpool Street's proximity to East London, an area which boasts one of the city's most creative scenes, has encouraged the Hotel's mission to become a place for people to meet, exchange ideas and combine creativity and business. With five different bars and restaurants, private dining areas, gallery spaces and numerous more exciting creative initiatives launching in 2010, Andaz Liverpool Street is well on its way to achieving this goal. For more information, please visit