The hotel enjoys a prestigious location, perfect for fans of theatre or those who live to shop. It's tucked away just behind Oxford Street, a stone's throw from Liberty's and between the West End and Soho. Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, the City of Westminster and Hyde Park are all short tube journeys away. The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus, which is less than a five minute walk around the corner. It's serviced by the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria Lines, making it a great access point for the rest of the city.
The Sanook Spa offers an expansive range of services including a swimming pool, gym with cardiovascular machines and free weights, and a variety of beauty treatments including skincare. The hotel is a great venue for events and the staff can tailor the rooms to suit the mood of your event. there are five chambers with a maximum capacity of 250 providing equipment such as an LCD projector, PA system, television, video conferencing and additional lighting to name just a selection. The hotel is a popular venue for weddings and the professional staff will be happy to assist you in organising your dream wedding. Additional services include laundry and dry cleaning, 24-hour room service, shoe shining, 24-hour concierge and a private butler upon request.
With 112 rooms the hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites in different sizes and styles. The rooms have all been designed with strong attention to space, whilst the Lalique Penthouse with its glass conservatory, living/dining room, kitchenette and two en-suite bathrooms provides the ultimate in luxury living. The colour schemes have been carefully chosen to soothe and relax and the rooms all include a high speed data port, LCD flatscreen TVs with satellite, a writing desk, minibar and an entertainment system.
The hotel makes use of two restaurants and a breakfast room, serving exquisite cuisine where dining isn't just a meal, it's an event. There are a further two bars including the Soho Sky Terrace, which is a modern rooftop bar.
Amongst its exhaustive list of the facilities, the hotel offers its own private cinema, which can seat 94 guests and can be hired and used as either a conferece room or an intimate wedding venue.
International guests will find an express service into the city from any of the airports. The Gatwick Express runs to Victoria station with a journey time of 30 minutes whilst the Heathrow Express runs to Paddington in just half of that. Guests arriving via Paddington can take the Bakerloo line through to Oxford Circus, whilst those arriving via Victoria can take the Victoria Line. From Oxford Circus tube station the hotel is a five minute walk around the corner, south along Regent Street and then left into Great Marlborough Street. There are, of course, taxi services at each of the city's airports and railway stations.
Guests arriving by car will find the most simple route to involve leaving the M25 at Junction 16 and taking the A40 toward the city centre. The A40 will become the A501 on the Marylebone Road, at which point guests should turn right on to Portland Place. Portland Place runs into Regent Street from where Great Marlborough Street is on the left.