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Sanderson Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Sanderson is an edgy hotel with original and extravagant design by Philippe Starck. Innovative rooms feature a mostly all-white color palette designed without interior walls. There is an emphasis here on texture, seen in the layers of sheer curtains that divide different areas of the room. Design touches include carpets with Voltaire's handwriting and luxurious bathrooms, some with separate walk-in showers and freestanding soaking tubs. There are many hotel highlights beyond the rooms, including an all-white tranquil spa with 14 treatment rooms and meditation beds. A contemporary fitness room has individual TVs at cardio machines, and a billiard room features 1950s stained glass. The restaurant, Suka, serves Malaysian food, and a Mad Hatter's themed afternoon tea is served in the striking courtyard.
Sanctum Soho Hotel

Sanctum Soho Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This boutique hotel exudes a playful rock 'n' roll vibe, thanks to extravagant details such as diamante-studded door handles and electric guitar rentals. It isn't as classy as the Metropolitan, however, and rooms are starting to show a bit of wear and tear. Celebs such as Britney Spears have been spotted here, but the Sanctum Soho mainly attracts British reality TV stars and rock star wannabees who like to party all night (the rooftop bar and Jacuzzi are open 24 hours). Since rooms are not well insulated from noise, light sleepers may prefer a more tranquil hotel.
The Nadler Soho

The Nadler Soho Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Opened in June 2013, The Nadler Soho is a 78-room, boutique hotel in the heart of London's hip and sultry Soho district. Business travelers and wealthy leisure tourists alike will appreciate the hotel's convenient location and the emphasis on style with quality products and amenities. Lower-category rooms can be a small, but upgrades buy more space, Nespresso machines, and better views.
The Z Hotel Soho

The Z Hotel Soho Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Trendy and hip, this hotel is best suited for young travelers who seek cool spaces (and don't mind if they're small). Expect a unique personality and delightful design quirks -- but take that with very small rooms that have somewhat see-through bathrooms. If you’re looking for good value rates, a hipster vibe, and one of the most central locations in London, this is a solid pick. There's a cute on-site cafe and freebies like Wi-Fi and wine receptions, but there's no gym or business center.
YHA Oxford Street

YHA Oxford Street Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The 103-room YHA Oxford Street has a bright and funky IKEA-type decor, although it also feels a bit rundown. However, there's no arguing about the property's convenient East End location, which is just blocks from some of London's most interesting sights and destinations as well as myriad transportation options. Suited best for the younger budget backpacker, dorm rooms have bunk beds, and even guests using private units are required to share kitchen and bathroom facilities. The hostel also has a small cafe and bar with lounge area and discounted activities/tours. Families with children should check out YHA London Central or YHA St. Pancras, and larger groups should head toward YHA Thameside.


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