Sanctum Soho Hotel

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In a former MI5 research building, Sanctum is Soho club cool with its dark colours, bling room handles and deco lamps, sexed up with a handful of rotating beds and a no-questions-asked policy. The rooms follow one of four colour schemes, broadly deco or powder-puff boudoir in style, with plenty of mirrors and an unspeakable number of TV channels. The residents-only, 24hr-means-24hr bar is small but funky, opening on to a two-level terrace outside, which is topped off with a multi-person jacuzzi. The fun continues with a guitar-tuning service at reception, a smoothly run and darkly handsome bar-restaurant, louche art in each room and a screening room for hire downstairs.

Venue name: Sanctum Soho Hotel
Contact:
Address: 20 Warwick Street
London
W1B 5NF
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus tube
Price: Rates £170-£270 double
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Lovely hotel in a really perfect location in the heart of central Londons shopping district.

Our room was perfectly made up, bit OTT but not chinchy, very comfortable and considering location it was surprisingly quiet which made for a great nights sleep.

The staff were super attentive and the bar was fun and lively late into the night – although rather oddly the hot-tub was perched on the corner of the bar- a bit too wild for a mid week stay in winter perhaps!

Noel

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Great, fun hotel. Unique boutique with a rock and roll feel. Individual rooms, great staff. Very welcoming. Bar is great fun. Excellent vibe. Well worth staying in for something boutique with an edge.

The Man on the Street

Over the door it says Hotel, Restaurant, Bar and Cinema. In fact there's even more to discover when you pass through those revolving doors. The Cinema is in the basement and doubles as a really cool live venue and club. The ground floor restaurant and bar are OK, but I urge you to head to the roof. Great bar with a very cool vibe. The music throughout this hotel matches the artwork. Quality with odd Rock classic thrown in. Where else will you get Debbie Harry watching over you in a corridor or Jimi Hendrix in stained glass throwing colour onto the lobby floor ? As Soho changes in character, lets be grateful that some are choosing to remain bohemian.