1. A rock and roll party hotel: Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel
Two handsome Georgian townhouses on Warwick Street have been converted into a boutique hotel geared towards those working in the music industry. It doesn't take Lester Bangs to work out that hotels plus those in the music business is a winning combination (unless you're a TV, or a window).
One of Karma Sanctum's most party-ready spaces is its rooftop bar and lounge area. The fifth-floor spot brings together creative cocktails alongside Japanese-inspired dishes, with cigars and a hot tub elevating the whole thing to a new level. The area can be privately hired and, in the inevitable case that you drink too much, you can crash in one of their beautifully decorated rooms.