Hotel in Detail:Inspired by a desire to create a hotel aimed at musicians looking for luxury boutique accommodation in the heart of central London. The Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel has an air of edgy glamour with an artsy, bohemian flair mixed with a feel of eccentricity and fun. As you enter the hotels spacious lobby you will find specially commissioned paintings, ever-changing works of art and some "living artworks". Throughout the hotel is the use of Light oaks, timbers and parquet flooring. There are also 2 elegant fireplaces and corridors are lined with dark aubergine walls, oak floors and inset custom runners with door handles made of crystal.
Each bedroom is individually designed (by Lesley Purcell) with a range of options from somewhere for a quick nap to a penthouse apartment. Divided into four themes the bedrooms are described as sexy with a range of decor. These include deep chocolate browns, glittery silver, sensual soft pinks and deep exotic mauves. The door locks are opened with real tasselled keys.b Some rooms have a four poster bed.
Inside you'll find a high tech entertainment system, air conditioning, safe, phone charging ports, stocked minibar, ironing facilities, flat screen TV, games console, DVD player, direct dial telephone (2 lines) and complimentary wireless Internet access. Each room has a special box where you will find such items as scented candles, sexy underwear and intimacy kits.
Crash Pads 13sqm 140sqf
Superior Double Room -25sqm 269sq
Deluxe Double Room -31sqm 334sqf
Junior Suite -32sqm 344sqf
Loft Suite -36sqm 388sqf
Junior Deluxe Suite -37sqm 398sqf
The bathrooms have top brand toiletries and a hairdryer for guests use and beds have Sleep 400 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen.
Room service is available 24 hours and its not just for dining, you can even request private security. Two rooms have disabled access. daily housekeeping.
The Sanctum Soho hotel has its own all day restaurant. Encompassing the spirit of the hotel, REMIX is a stylish modern British restaurant and bar open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, coffee, cocktails and afternoon tea.
On the roof is a 24 hour members bar serving a range of drinks and cocktails. The intimate Roof Terrace comprises of three inter-connecting areas. The inside bar, covered lounge with fireplace and adjacent residents area provides a unique experience. Hotel residents gain access to the 24our bar service and access to the hot tub.
Hotel services include in-room beauty and spa treatments, same-day laundry, shoe shine and pressing.
Onsite is a health and fitness club with a roof-top spa and open air hydro spa. There is also a rooftop garden.
There is a private underground cinema with its own bar for guest use which can also be hired as a function room for up to 42 guests.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Piccadilly Circus 334 yards (305 metres), Railway Station: London Charing Cross 0.6 miles (1 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 2.8 miles (4.5 km), Motorway: M1 Junction 1 5.8 miles (9.3 km). There are 6 tube (underground) stations within half a mile (0.8 km).
The Sanctum Soho Hotel is located just off of Regent Street within the district of Soho and less than 300 yards from Piccadilly Circus . This makes it a fantastic location that is surrounded by the west end of London and all the theatres and nightlife that makes it such a popular destination for travellers from around the world. Regent Street is famous for its long winding parades of shops, boutiques, fast food restaurants and bars while retaining an upmarket feel. From Regents Park and the BBC Broadcasting House at its north end to Piccadilly Circus at its south end (famed for its huge neon advertising signs and the statue of Eros). The Sanctum Soho Hotel is off of the side streets that line Regent Street you'll find many busy pubs and wine bars along with theatres such as the renowned London Palladium. Soho is popular for its many great restaurants, clubs and adult oriented entertainment venues. Bordering Soho to the north is Oxford Street with over 1 mile of endless shops, stores, boutiques and restaurants all very much catering to the tourist. Piccadilly Circus is to all intents and purposes the very centre of London and the shops and nightlife for which its so famous. if its fine clothing your after then take a trip to Saville Row, just 150 yards from the hotel, this is where some of the UK's finest tailors will fit you for a bespoke custom fitted suit or other garments.
A large number of the London's best known attractions are within walking dance, a selection of which includes Ripley's believe it or Not Museum (0.2 miles), Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (0.2 miles), Trocadero centre (0.2 miles), Planet Hollywood (0.2 miles), Michael Faraday Museum (0.2 miles), Ben Uri Art Society and London Jewish Museum of Art (0.3 miles), Leicester square (0.3 miles) and the National Gallery (0.5 miles).
Bedroom Numbers: 30 (9 suites) / 5 floors
Check-in: 15.00 till 0.00 (3 pm till midnight)
This hotel has averaged a score of 4.05 out of 5 by 1175 past guests
>>>Booking.com (average customer rating 4.2 out of 5 from 248 reviews)
>>>Tripadvisor (ranked 445 of 1140 for Hotels in London and rated 4 out of 5 from 927 reviews)
Parking:No parking available.
Internet:WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Pets:Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 81% by past guests. The London average is 79% and the average for 5 star hotels is 89%. Therefore although the hotel is above average for London as a whole this hotel is below average for its sector (star rating) .
Milesfaster ranking: 500th from 865 London hotels, and 124th of 133 five star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: Also close by and a similar hotel (0.1 miles, 0.2 km) would be the 5 star Ham Yard Hotel, whose lowest rates start at about £2 and which has a 90% guest satisfaction rating. The Ham Yard Hotel also offers: a spa.
As the Sanctum Soho Hotel is a boutique style of hotel you might also be interested in the No.5 Maddox Street Apartments. This is also a boutique hotel and is (0.2 miles, 0.3 km) away. Rates start from around £764 and is rated by guests at 89%.Would you prefer to go with something that has scored higher in guest satisfaction ratings? If that is what your after then the 5 Star Soho Hotel (The) seems like a possible option. The Soho Hotel (The) is only 0.3 miles (0.4 km) away. The Soho Hotel (The) has a perfect unblemished customer rating 99%, a truly stunning achievement.
Local hotels analysed:The closest fifty one hotels around this area (20 Warwick Street, W1 postcode) that are listed on this website cover a 0.5 miles (0.9 km) radius. The star rating breakdown shows 27 five star hotels (average rating 89%), 18 four star hotels (average rating 87%), 4 three star hotels (average rating 87%) and 1 two star hotel (rated 83%). Top rated of the local hotels are Soho Hotel (5 star), the Haymarket Hotel (5 star), the Connaught Hotel (5 star) and the Covent Garden Hotel (5 star) (all 4 are joint top with 99%).
Base Rates: Here we breakdown the starting rates (base rates) by overall average and by star rating. However base rates do not take account of special offers and one off deals so are just a guide. Looking at all the base rates of the 51 local hotels the average rate is £227 per night. Rates range from £18 at SoHostel (2 Star, 83%) and the highest rates top out at £505 at Ritz Hotel London (5 Star, 90%). The following are the rate averages per star level: Five Star average: £299, Four Star average: £156, Three Star average: £116 and Two Star average: £18.
We rank hotels based on their guest rating but balanced for their influencing factors. We have ranked Sanctum Soho Hotel 42nd (joint) of 50 nearby hotels and 23rd (joint) for the 27 five star hotels in the area. Our ranking for sheer lowest base rates is 24th of 50 (3rd of 27 five star hotels.). We calculate an overall ranking combining the rates and rating scores. This hotel ranks 33rd of 39 for pure value for money (SoHostel was top).
History: Became part of Karma Hotels in May 2017.
Opened 21st March 2009 and built by architects Smith Caradoc-Hodgkins at a cost of £10 million pounds. Constructed from two former Victorian Townhouses and covering some 2000 sq mtrs.