My friend and I stayed at the Sanderson Hotel, London as a treat on Saturday 5th October. As soon as we arrived by taxi the doors were opened and our cases were taken to reception. The doormen were very attentive, opening doors and hailing taxis for us when required. We had requested a twin room but was given a double but Reception moved us immediately to a King Sized room with two quilts which was fine. The rooms were very unusual but very clean and spacious. Bed was really comfortable. The Reception area was very trendy and the Long Bar was brilliant. You should also try the Purple Bar, very romantic for couples. Also have to mention the lifts which were like being in 3D space. We also had the Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea here which was excellent and quirky. Our only criticism was the noise from the bar at 1am but when we called down to reception they turned the music down slightly. The drinks were also very expensive but there were plenty of places to walk to if you wanted to go a bit cheaper.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A lavish "Urban Spa" in the heart of London’s West End, Sanderson offers a retreat from the bustle of the city into a world of fantasy and wellbeing. The landmarked 50s building has been transformed into a surreal Cocteau-like dream world, epitomizing a “new luxury” that is smart, pared down, and tempered with a healthy dose of wit and irony. Sanderson’s indoor/outdoor lobby is a layered and sophisticated environment that is totally original. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- London Sanderson Hotel
- Sanderson London Hotel England