The Savoy

Strand, London, WC2R 0EU
 
Bedrooms: 195Suites: 75
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The Savoy: Greater London

The Savoy, one of the world's iconic hotels, originally opened in 1889 and has played host to royalty, world leaders and legends of the stage and screen. A landmark hotel brilliantly reinvented for the 21st century where an unashamedly old fashioned glamour sparkles with a new lustre.

The Five-Star Savoy is located in central London, on the banks of the Thames, within walking distance of Victoria Embankment Gardens, Covent Garden, and Royal Opera House.

At The Savoy, guests will enjoy a choice of dining at some of London’s best-known restaurants.

The Savoy’s 195 guest rooms and 73 suites are decorated in either Edwardian or Art Deco style, and many afford breath-taking views over the River Thames.

Blending comfort and elegance with discreet technology, nine Personality Suites take inspiration from high profile guests, while our two-bedroom Royal Suite is an impressive stately procession of rooms spread across the front of the entire fifth floor, overlooking the river.

Guests booking a Family Suite will enjoy The Savoy Suite Welcome; in addition to the legendary Butler service guests will receive a complimentary chauffeured car service with return airport/station transfers and local drop-off's, welcome beverage, Wi-Fi and the pressing of one garment per person per stay.

The Savoy has always been one of London's grandest and most romantic addresses for a wedding. The hotel is the perfect location whether it is a small, intimate ceremony or large scale reception.
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Francine S York, United Kingdom
September 2016
“Stunning” Just arrived back from a weekend stay at the Savoy London. Used to being very independent in everything I do when staying anywhere, to be greeted at every door asking if there was anything I needed/carrying etc was a lovely change. Hotel is beautiful and not dated in any way for an old hotel. Room was beautifully decorated and spotless. Turn down service and bottles of water on arrival each evening. Only little niggle was my partner had arranged for champagne and strawberries on arrival(in the room) which was meant to be a surprise but was announced by the reception staff when we checked in as we were asked where we wanted it..? With it now not being a surprise in the room (as intended) we requested if could have in one of bars. Which then on became more confusing as the young lad was meant to confirm a time with us but must of forgotten so we then checked with concierge who seemed to have no idea what we were meaning and said had we ordered cupcakes?. After finally arranging to have in the American Bar on the Sunday (as for some reason we couldn't on the Saturday) we were then given a bill after having the Champagne on the Sunday Evening (even though had already been paid for on booking hotel..)there seemed a lack of communication somewhere which left us feeling a bit embarrassed and uncomfortable and spoilt the evening. Apart from that niggle the stay was delightful.
EmirBR Istanbul, Turkey
September 2016
“Timeless Classic” The Savoy is one of those places that became a landmark after so many years of appreciation. Staying at this hotel is an incredible experience. As you step in the hotel, you receive a very warm welcome and they escort you to the reception for a seemless check-in. The elevator we used to go up to our room was even the first electric elavator of London, called the 'ascending room'. You see images of celebrities who had stayed at the hotel in the earlier years and can dine at the same restaurants and bars that they did such as the American Bar or the Simpson's restaurant on the Strand. Definitely suggest the famous Afternoon tea and a short visit to the cute tea shop/ patisserie they have just by the Thames foyer. In short, staying at this hotel gave us the opportunity to have incredible memories. Suggest living this experience fully by reserving a seat for the dinner at one of the restaurants inside, for a coctail at one of the legendary bars and the iconic afternoon tea with exquisite selection of savories and sweets with many tea blends. Will never forget how kind the servants are. Very nice ambiance under that glass dome and live piano music. Not like many of the other hotels, during the evening all areas of the hotel get busy by the locals visiting for drinks and dinner. Almost forgot to mention that Bon Jovi was also staying at the hotel during the same period, it was an amazing feeling to share the elevator whith a legend. At the end, again same warm farewell this time from the doorman, even asking us if we have everything with us, our phones, passport and personal belongings to double check and eliminate any last minute problems. Thank you Savoy for the most iconic experience.
P1081VUchristianw Wakefield
September 2016
“Out of this world” Made to feel like totality, never stayed anywhere quite as special as the savoy! Do not have to lift a finger from start to finish, nothing is ever to much trouble! A hotel to stay at once in your life!
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  • Property Features
  • Breath-taking views over the River Thames
  • Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill
  • Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill
  • The American Bar / Beaufort Bar
  • Savoy Suite Welcome
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