Sanctum Soho Hotel

3.5
723 reviews
20 Warwick Street Soho London W1B 5NF, +44 20 7292 6100
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Sanctum Soho Hotel: A Standout From Other Soho Hotels

What's a Sanctum Soho Hotel Room Include?

Each guest room at the Sanctum Soho Hotel is outfitted with a flat-screen TV that includes channels for international sports and premium movies. The in-room sound system by Onyko connects via Bluetooth, and you can request to have a Nintendo Wii in your room. Rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi and a fully stocked mini-bar. Other amenities include Egyptian cotton sheets, down comforters, refrigerators, bathrobes, and slippers.

What Amenities Are Available?

As a 4.5-star hotel, the Sanctum Soho Hotel has many amenities for you to enjoy. No20 is the on-site restaurant that embodies modern Britain. It's open daily for all three meals, with a bar that supplies coffee, cocktails, and afternoon tea. Roof Terrace is a bar that provides an intimate setting with a lounge, fireplace, and access to a hot tub.

How Much Will a Stay at Sanctum Soho Hotel Cost Me?

The Crash Pad, which is the hotel's smallest room with one double bed, runs about $240 with a Superior room at $350 and Deluxe room at $440. Room rates fluctuate considerably according to date and season. For about $40 more, you can book the room with breakfast included. This price is on-par with buying two Full English breakfasts at the restaurant, but you can get cheaper options, such as the American breakfast with waffle, egg, and bacon strip. Rates here are a little more than other four-star hotels in London, but cheaper than most five-star hotels.

What's the Bottom Line?

If you're looking for something a bit different than the typical hotel room, the Sanctum Soho Hotel may be the option for you. The decor is a little on the wacky side and many consider it a bit of rock 'n' roll. Some rooms come with canopy beds while others have circular beds. Guests agree that the beds are comfortable and that the Roof Terrace bar is a great place to hang out and meet some new friends.

Reviews

Overall Guest Score
3.5
Location
"Terrific location." "Great location"
95% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
Hotel
"Hotel is great." "Lovely hotel" "Best suite in the hotel"
Service
"Good service." "Friendly staff"
89% found the staff to be very friendly.
70% found the restaurant service to be one of the best.
WiFi
"Internet works." "WiFi was included"
100% thought it was a great value.
Ambiance
"Ambiance is ok." "Quirky decor" "Enjoy the great atmosphere"
Hotel Building
"Acceptable building." "Terrace bar really nice"
79% loved the terrace.
Food
"Food is average." "Superb lobster tail"
60% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
The price was ok for 63%.
Room
"Rooms are ok." "Very small wardrobe"
59% complained about the bathroom.
Only 62% said rooms were clean enough.
Good to know...
+
Fair breakfast prices
Small bathroom
+
Awesome terrace
Poor bathroom

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