Positioned on Warwick Street, the Sanctum Soho is a 30 room property that provides a ‘whatever you want’ policy.
If you want to stay in a stunning two bedroom, two bathroom Central London loft apartment with its own alfresco space - this can be arranged; If you want to watch your favourite film with friends in a private cinema - consider it done; If you want to hire a Harley Davidson to cruise around Soho - no worries; If you want to jam with an electric guitar – go for it; If you want to spend all night on a rooftop garden soaking in bubbles whilst drinking bubbles – it’s fine with them.
Sanctum Soho is the brainchild of Concept Venues’ Mark Fuller. Combining a private cinema event space, best of British cuisine restaurant - No 20, stunning bedrooms, funky crash pads and a private roof-top garden, complete with 24 hour bar and alfresco Hydro Spa, alongside a level of service and host of extras worthy of a rock star, the hotel already is set to become the must-stay destination in the capital.
Each room has a unique and classic metal key, so there is no plastic entry to the rooms that range from crash pads – perfectly sized for short stop overs, through to superior and deluxe doubles, junior suites with fabulous in-room freestanding baths, and larger suites. From boudoirs of decadance and luxury to sultry and opulent, there are rooms to suit everyone.
Sanctum Soho’s subterranean 45-seat ‘Cinema at Sanctum’ is available for residents and their guests, or private event hire. Showing a reel of classic films into the small hours, guests can simply see what’s on or request their favourite. With its own bar and removable furniture, the room can also be converted into a dynamic meeting and function space for up to 100 people, with state-of-the-art equipment available to hire for presentations and product launches.
One of the hotel’s most alluring assets, Sanctum Soho’s roof garden & lounge provides the rarity of this haven alongside a 24-hour bar and Hydro Spa Jacuzzi. Serving creative cocktails by Sanctum’s Bar Manager Timothy Jarrett and picnic hampers from the hotel’s restaurant, No.20.
Encompassing the spirit of the hotel, restaurant No.20 provides those guilty pleasures we secretly crave. With head chef, Gavin Austin at the helm, a menu of British firm favourites are given an accomplished twist to become brilliantly executed dishes that meet their fine-dining surroundings. Fish fingers turn into delicate bread crumbed salt cod cakes with tomato and chilli jam; burgers become lavish affairs of wagyu beef and foie gras; whilst a simple salad is a delightfully zesty blend of quinoa, pomegranate, spinach, avacado and pink grapefruit – sure to become a Soho sensation.