Sanctum Soho Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsSanctum Soho Hotel London
Service from when we arrived, the moment they upgraded us and everything in between was fantastic. Excellent location and great value.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sanctum Soho Hotel London
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... to read (not such a good choice). Stretched out for a bit and dozed before going over to Peter's house for a lovely meal cooked by Roz (his daughter ). We also celebrated her high marks in her university courses. Friday Wendy and I made the trip North, to Hull to visit her Mother and sister Chris and lovely nephew Charlie, who is three and all boy. We went to the pub ...
... relatively little sleep in the last 36 hours!! However once I got back I decided to go the local grocery store...and proceeded to find no less than 4 pubs I could have gone to right near me instead of what I thought was the only option. Alas, I was not meant to have a pint and pub grub my first day! But the day was simply just London opening its welcome arms to me and was a soggy wet adventure nonetheless! Next time? I'm making a slight plan! On to day two with Siobhan and ...
... on the other side of City Road, I found the hotel with it's rather obscure entrance. I was not allowed to check in until 3 o'clock so left my bags and had my lunch in Bunhill Cemetry, a prominent burial ground for plague victims, also Daniel Defoe, john Bunyan and William Blake-poet. A fat squirrel came to sit beside me but took off when I had nothing to offer except a banana skin. Walked to the Museum of ...
... it. Such a cool area with Big Ben, the London Eye and Westminster Abbey all along the river Thames!!
After checking all that out and taking the obligatory pictures we asked SIRI (our iPhone) directions to Buckingham Palace. After about a mile or two we had noticed that SIRI had taken us in a circle and wasted about 20 minutes of walking! We finally arrived at Buckingham Palace and to my delight there was not nearly as many people as last time we went. ...
... The church called Hallgrímskirkja, is a Church of Iceland (Luthern) church. It was a very beautiful building - it is unfortunate that we did not have time to go inside.
On the way to the airport we stopped by what is probably the most famous tourist site in Iceland - the Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is located near the airport, and is actually formed from the runoff from a geothermal power plant (Iceland gets all of its ...