Sanderson, in the heart of London’s West End, offers a retreat from the bustle of the city into a world of fantasy and well-being. The landmarked 1950s building has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a surreal Cocteau-like dream world, epitomising a new luxury that is smart, pared-down and tempered with a healthy dose of wit and irony. With newly renovated rooms concepted by designer Tim Andreas of Banjo, the rooms maintain their sense of whimsy while offering state of the art details and luxurious touches at every turn.
Agua spa, Sanderson’s renowned temple of body and soul, offers a vast array of treatments to pamper and soothe, restore and resurrect. Multiple dining and cocktail offerings grace Sanderson. Guests can dine al fresco year round at Courtyard Garden, and its Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea is on the “must-do” lists of London’s elite. Purple Bar provides an intimate space for cocktails and conversation, while the Billiard Room evokes an old world clubby vibe.
Just steps from Oxford Street shopping and the Soho district in London, Sanderson is a five star luxury boutique hotel ideally located for weekend breaks or business travel.
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Pros: The location is very convenient. The hotels has unique and interesting designed. The superior room is quite spacious especially for London. The room is clean and staff is friendly and welcoming.
Cons: Free WiFi is limited to 3 devices. The modern decor is great to look at but some aspects of it create inconveniences like turning facets when your hands are soapy or wet is very hard, or there is total lack of shelving in the shower for shampoo and soaps in the shower.
Incredible Mad Hatters afternoon tea. Spectacular food (And lots of it!) really quick and friendly service and the most beautiful hotel setting. Would highly recommend.
This is a cool hotel, although the Stark design is starting to show its age. Overall, if you've never stayed at a Stark designed hotel, the is will be a cool experience. Personally I find it a bit too flashy and on your face. Also, comfort is sacrificed to design. As an example, no hooks to hang a towel near the shower. I think there are much nicer designer hotels with a more chilled touch, but I can't say this is a bad place.
The Mad Hatter Afternoon Tea is absolutely spectacular - looked unreal and almost too good to eat! Flavours were spot on, so delicious.
Staff were very helpful and aware of gluten free requirements too.
Such a wonderful place to go, thoroughly enjoyed this experience! Definitely recommend it
A reliable fun night at the bar always. London drinks and varied bar scene at it's best. Fabulous service. Fantastic people watching space. Eclectic mix of people. Great venue