Guest rooms don't have interior walls. (The bathroom and dressing room are encased in a glowing, floor-to-ceiling glass box that is wrapped in layers of sheer curtains.) Some of the rooms feature private gardens.
The luxurious Penthouse and Apartment suites, each with its own private elevator, both have two bedrooms with silver-leaf sleigh beds and large plasma screen televisions and a painting by 15th-century Italian artist Filippino Lippi.
Spoon, the hotel's restaurant, has a "mix and match" menu, meaning diners can choose their meals according to their nutritional priorities, whether they be to have a healthful, spa lunch or a more decadent gourmet dinner. The Sanderson also has a billiard room and two bars--Long bar, which features an 80-foot long bar, and the more intimate Purple bar, decorated in purples, violets, and lavenders.