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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I had done this walk with Joel Brendon and HIlda, so was confident I could find the way........ well we arrived there eventually, but definitely the long way around! There are literally thousands of walking paths in the UK, what a great idea. We went through many wheat fields, talked to some sheep, passed through many gates..... and finally found this beautiful little village. Had a ...
... eat. The fish that came in the entree was huge! I couldn't finish it all. However, it was very tasty! At dinner we sat next to an elderly couple who was from Australia. They were super nice and funny, and we enjoyed getting to talk to them for a few minutes. We always bump into the nicest people when we are traveling!
We headed to the London Eye after dinner. Being from Atlanta, it was neat to see that it is run by Coca-Cola. The London Eye is a huge ferris wheel type ...
... We walk around, and I have my twopence out to buy some birdfood, but no-one is selling it.
Next, off to Paddington station to catch a bear - you wouldn't believe it - there were none.
Finally, off to hometo collapse and have an easy dinner.
Tomorrow, we are off to see our English friends who live in Reading. They are taking us around up there, and also to see Windsor Castle, and tea with Liz.
... the joy on their faces contrasted wildly with the angry faces of Sunderland. Half time was called moments later, but it felt like an eternity. The QPR fans were aware of the danger of a reverse attack and watched every play with great suspense, sparing no time to taunt the aways. They made up for this at half time though. The Sunderland supporters got slightly quieter. The next half was a defensive one for QPR. The crowd for louder and louder as they sensed victory ...
... than you can see in either direction. It is bordered by a man-made small canal over which a lovely viaduct carries the tube line. This area was established back in the days of Henry the VIII. In addition, they have added tennis courts and a great playground.
Our heads are hitting our pillows early tonight. Tomorrow: Chenie Manor.