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Sanderson
Oxford Street
London

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With unique and stunning design, this innovative boutique hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Oxford Street. Its spacious, designer rooms boast fantastic London views, HD TVs, and Egyptian cotton sheets. Designed by Philippe Starck, The Sanderson's rooms feature layers of soft curtains around each area. Calming landscape scenes are hung on the ceilings, while private bathrooms feature luxury toiletries. Over 9,000 square metres, the luxurious Agua Spa offers a huge array of relaxing treatments behind its soft white curtains. The modern, 24-hour gym is lined with video screens and offers complimentary bicycle hire. Suka Restaurant serves authentic Malaysian cuisine, while The Purple Bar is draped with purple silk curtains and offers drinks and classic cocktails. 80 feet long, the chic Long Bar serves gourmet burgers and creative cocktails. Oxford Circus Underground Station is just 5 minutes’ walk away, while Covent Garden and Leicester Square are a 15-minute walk The British Museum is only 10 minutes’ walk away.

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