Sanderson Hotel London

50 Berners Street, London, England, W1T 3NG, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by ivan_kovpak

'm writing from the internet cafe in Oxford street, because British telecom doesn't accept any card of mine to pay for wi-fi (and I have 4 of them). The trip has started "successfully", yesterday I saw "Mamma mia" musical!!!! They used ABBA music, it's about the girl who invited 3 possible fathers for the wedding. They sang so amazingly and played …

London, Spoon restaurant

A travel blog entry by ivan_kovpak


Hello everyone! I managed to connect wi-fi in Heathrow. Yesterday we went to Sanderson (the hotel is projected by Phillipe Stark); to Spoon restaurant (which was also created by famous chef Alain Ducasse). But it was not the restaurant that made the strongest impression, but the bar. It seems that you got to a private party and then you realize …

London May 2006

A travel blog entry by keagirl

We just returned from a two week whirlwind tour of Europe, and we were in London from May 6th through the 9th. I will write more about each individual city we visited, so if you are interested at all, please check out my future entries in the Rome, Venice and Paris forum. We flew into Gatwick from Venice, taking EasyJet which was much better than …

The Beatles

A travel blog entry by mjvardaro


... in the 1800. Harrods was like a Macy's on steroids packed with thousands of people. Not my ideal shopping environment, but it was cool to see how big and decorative the store was. Fortnum and Mason is a massive store that's famous for tea. We bought lots of tea and two cuban cigars for good measure. After the retail therapy we quickly walked by 3 Savile row to see where the Beatles did ...

Biking outside of Bloomsbury

A travel blog entry by teambargey


... were becoming more frequent in this area and we had to stop at each one in case it had some personal relevance. Some of the streets and buildings were starting to strike such chords until the motherload seemd to have been hit - a Beau Brummel plaque. I was trying to hold myself together because she turned into a giddy girl that I've not seen since we officially declared we would do this trip. While she was grinning and sighing and moaning and making ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Fitzrovia area of London, is near Anderson Tours, Marylebone, Clerkenwell, and Contemporary Applied Arts.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSanderson Hotel London

    Reviewed by bubba366


    Reviewed Sep 1, 2013
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    None more better.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by bubba350


    Reviewed Jul 11, 2013
    by (5 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Great hotel!

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sanderson Hotel London

    Exceeded Expectations ... Brilliant, as the Brits would say!


    This is one place that certainly lived up to all the hype. Not one bit disappoited. We were lucky enough to be upgraded to the deluxe room at no extra charge. Yes, this hotel is extremely modern (some would say strange), but in this case, it works. Bravo, Ian Schrager.

    The Best - Thanks to Tripadvisor


    Wow - The Sanderson Lived up to all my expectations. Great Staff, Great Location, Atmosphere, everthing.

    Perfect for every occassion - all my requests were met - free late check out, reservations booked and confirmed for us. Perfect.

    Ask for a Long Apple Martini at the Long Bar - HEAVEN!

    My first date!


    I was taken to the Sanderson by a lovely man that I had just met and he couldn't have picked a better place - I was very impressed and will remember it for the rest of my life.

    Sanderson -- Vast Improvements


    I stayed at Sanderson for the fourth time from April 25 to April 28. My room was booked at the Ian Schrager Hotels website at a promotional rate of 310 quid for what previous experience taught was a nicely-sized, deluxe room -- including a guaranteed upgrade and a complimentary bottle of Champagne. I figured I would be upgraded to a deluxe room with treadmill.

    Sexy Sanderson


    The hotel is a lot of fun but is definately not for everyone. If you're more for traditional this hotel is probably not for you. Everything is unique from the lips chair in the lobby to the space theme and music in the elevator. One thing you'll notice is theres curtains everywhere which creates a sort of sexy atmosphere. Both the Purple Bar (for guests only) and the Long Bar are beautiful and serve great original martinis. The restaurant Spoon isn't cheap but your meal looks like a work of art. The pillows and sheets in the rooms are really comfortable and the bathrooms are definately something different. Watch out for the showers tho they tend to flood. The spa, Agua, is excellent and very relaxing. The whole experience overall was just a lot of fun and the service is great



    What a hotel! I have stayed in another Ian Schrager hotel in London, so my expectations were already high. From the moment we walked through the door, we were greeted exuberantly by Peter and the front desk staff. We were treated to a tour of the hotel's highlights by Peter and shown to our room. Nothing could have prepared us for a room like this...simply superb in its subtelty! Booked for a late dinner at Spoons and was not disappointed...great food, great wine recommendation by the Sommelier. Then, had drinks in the Purple Bar...quite an extravagance for for hotel guests only and well worth it. We are planning a trip back just for the spa!

    The Sublime Sanderson


    I stayed at the Sanderson for 16 days on a business trip last summer. I loved the design of the hotel, from the Lips sofa that greets you inside the door, the diaphanous curtains throughout the Long Bar and many panels of faceted Venetian glass.The room was spotless, well-appointed and attended to twice a day by the housekeeping staff. All sheets, pillowcases, even the duvet cover were changed every single day. The bed was a heaven of comfort. And the air conditioning, during one especially steamy London week, was blessed and chilly relief.The shower was finally one in the U.K. that an American can figure out -- it was wonderful, always plenty of hot water. I loved the innovative Philippe Starck designs. The bowl sink was set into a red Venetian glass table that afforded lots of room for necessities. Four large plastic bin-drawers were perfect for storing toiletries. Just pull one out and put it on the red table.The staff was wonderful -- from check in on. Thom, the Concierge looked after every need and tracked down an errant package and gave me twice daily updates, then tracked me down in the restaurant and personbally handed it to me.Breakfast in the Long Bar was an ample buffet and each morning Chai would specially make me a giant espresso, taking the ordinary coffee away saying, This isnt for you!I had dinner at Spoon+ twice and lunch once. The food was superb, and the sommelier made glass by glass recommendations that enhanced the food superbly.The Long Bar is quite a scene, starting at 4 each day. By 6 you cant get near it. How fortunate there is the Purple Bar, just for guests. Their vodka martinis are the best!Although it is pricey, I would jump at the chance to stay at the Sanderson again. They treated me royally, and my experience couldn't have been better.

    What a Hotel!


    My husband and I stayed at the Sanderson in November 2002. What a hotel! It fits in the category of minimalist chic, yet it is very comfortable. The bed was large and soft, and very comfortable, with a 400 threat count duvet cover. There was a stereo and CDs in the room, which was a nice extra that you normally don't have in hotel rooms.



    What a hotel. This is a great place if you're hip. We loved it when we stayed here as part of our honeymoon recently. Can't wait to go back.

    Nice but


    Interesting hotel in concept and design, but does all minimalist content just hide the fact that it is a converted office building? The Long Bar is cool, and the garden patio pleasant, but the Purple Bar and Pool room seem juvenile. All of this may appeal to some, but when the phones go down, help rather than sarcasm or platitudes would be appeciated. This is not a business friendly hotel, except for the "working girls" at the bar, I guess!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sanderson Hotel London

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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