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May 30, 2019

Long Bar has come alive with an abundance of tropical flowers, banana leaves and palm plants climbing up the onyx bar and tumbling from the floral ceiling. Parrots and butterflies are perched amongst the foliage, softly lit by an atmospheric pink glow. The lobby’s art installation, The Worm, has also undergone a tropical transformation, framed by a floral living wall adorned with tropical flora and fauna and boasting its own 3-D effect butterfly vinyl.


Stepping outside into Sanderson’s secluded Courtyard Garden, guests are greeted by the hotel’s famed swinging chair, decked for summer with flowers, ferns, and yellow butterflies. An abundance of verdant floras have taken over the garden, with wheelbarrows brimming with plants, trailing ivy cascading down the parasols, and moss-covered living walls bursting with tropical evergreens, colourful splashes of deep purple bougainvillea, dusky orange Bromeliads and ferns. The garden at the heart of The Courtyard has become home to vibrant evergreens and tropical flowers including peace lilies and Bougainvillea. 


Yellow and black cushions and blankets provide a comfortable outdoor setting for guests to settle in and enjoy a chilled glass of Veuve Clicquot Rosé paired with a selection of tropical bar snacks, including Seared Tuna with wasabi mayo and caviar and Scallop Ceviche with papaya salsa and yuzu.


To book or for any special requests, please call Restaurant Reservations on 020 7300 5588. Alternatively you can email

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