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"A good location, great staff, food and room-service"
The Sanderson is a fine hotel in a good location in close proximity to Regent Street and the shopping. The room service is prompt and the food was well prepared. We had a meal in the restaurant with both meat and fish dishes for three people and were most pleased with a bill just under £200 UK Pounds. Prices are
"Lovely staff, comfy bed, quirky design"
The Sanderson has a very modern styling which is great. Highlights include the first floor bar, outdoor patio and the Billards room. The staff is lovely and the rooms are nicely sized with a comfy bed. The quirks might be a little but much for some travelers, the hallways are very dimly lit, so if low lighting bothers you, take note. The bathroom has no door, only a curtain, so if you are traveling with someone else you have to decide if that's in your comfort zone. There's no outlets in the bathroom, they are next to a large mirror in the main room / bed area. It doesn't matter really, but it means you have to take your stuff from the bathroom out to shave or do your hair. (might matter if someone is sleeping in the bed beside you). They use curtains everywhere but as a women traveling alone, I didn't like how the curtains blocked my view of the room when I entered - just as a safety issue. Overall it's great, many restaurants in walking distance and a genuine happening vibe.
"The friendliest hotel"
We stayed for just the one night but wished it could have been more. There are a number of great things about this place : the first is that it was the most friendly and helpful group of staff we have met and they came across as a real team.After an initial mix up with the last minute.com booking they found us upgraded rooms; my mum-in-law's room was almost as big as her bungalow! Super modern place as other reviews have noted.Dinner was very well cooked and presented but choice for veggies could be wider. Breakfast was excellent and again staff couldn't be more helpful offering to change any dishes we may not like!All freshly cooked to order. Location is great for theatre land being only a £13 cab ride away or an easy stroll if you are fit. Best,and largest, bed we had ever slept in; duvet turned down for the night having had all towels changed again for the evening. Great and busy cocktail bar. Noise didn't carry to floors above. Minor criticisms relate to poorly lit corridors if your eyesight isn't good and a handrail needed for a short flight of steps.Management took both suggestions on board. Will definitely stay again.
"Boutique look of London"
Sofa in the form of red lips met us at the entrance. Other chairs in the lobby were made in the same crazy way. Smiling door guards helped us with a luggage and suggested to clap hands if we wanted an elevator to go up. An elevator itself with walls and ceiling looked like night sky. It is not Peter Pan’s Neverland or children's party decoration. It’s a Sanderson Hotel’s style of boutique accommodation. The room met us with a surprising interior as well: beautiful lighting and curtains instead of doors in some places. Which was amazing and comfortable at the same time. One minute steak for breakfast gave an energy for the whole day. There were two bars ready to treat late visitors like us after show in Ronny Scott’s. Sanderson Hotel is absolutely new imagination of London.
"London Theatre Break"
Stayed overnight at the Sanderson on a theatre break. The service was excellent as was the room. Breakfast was great too. It was a very good experience. Our room was noisy as it was over the public cocktail bar but all noise stopped at midnight.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM