I spent another great thursday night after an art gallery event at Sanderson hotel.
The hotel offers me amazing costumer service, great crowd and what is most important for me, good music. All this in one place. The Sanderson Hotel was constructed on Berners Street, London, during 1958 as the new headquarters and showroom for Arthur Sanderson and sons manufacturers of wallpaper, fabrics and paint for the occasion of its centennial birthday. Designed by Jeff Holroyd (Slater and Uren), the original design plan allowed dynamic room configurations and the building plan was fabricated around an open-to-the-sky inner courtyard with a Japanese garden designed by Philip Hicks. In 1991 the Sanderson building was listed Grade 2 by the government’s English Heritage Commission. It was reopened on April 25, 2000 by Morgans Hotel Group after a refurbishment by Philippe Starck and Denton C. Marsall.
This amazing place is open every day and every thursday the hotel offers you special events and nice house music. Highly recommended – if you are in to good food, amazing design and beautiful people, then this is the right place for you to be.
Life is such a trip, you just gotta laugh along whit it and enjoy yourself…..in life not everything is smooth but you just got to deal with it. Living life to the very moment and doing everything that I ever dreamed of as a child, also trying things I haven’t thought of before. Being inspired, and having a passion and thrill for life.