A British icon since 1889, The Savoy has once again taken its place on the world stage after a £220 million restoration. With a location in the heart of London and enjoying stunning views over the River Thames, The Savoy is one of the most prestigious addresses in London. The hotel seamlessly blends elements of the traditional and the new while the elegant English Edwardian and Art Deco interiors sparkle with timeless elegance and glamour.
The Savoy has traditionally been one of London's most eminent venues that is rich in history and glamour. The Banqueting Rooms are well known for hosting grander affairs while the Private Rooms are ideal for more intimate gatherings. The hotel boasts a separate River Entrance on a quiet road on the Thames side of the building that gives events a real sense of arrival. Guests are welcomed by the hotel's experienced events team who can help plan each event down to the smallest detail.
The restoration has renewed the excitement and allure of The Savoy which has been a home from home for the great and the good for over 120 years. The familiar restaurants and bars that helped The Savoy make its name have been given a new life. The Savoy continues the tradition of culinary excellence started by Auguste Escoffier with the Savoy Grill and the reopening of the beloved River Restaurant. Legendary bartender Harry Craddock's classic cocktails are still served in the renovated American Bar and the new Beaufort Bar is all about champagne, cocktails and cabaret. In addition, a fitness centre offers state of the art fitness equipment, a beautiful swimming pool and a range of body & beauty treatments.
The Savoy is situated in the heart of one of London's most culturally cosmopolitan areas. World class theatre, museums and opera houses are within a short walk from the hotel along with unique markets and shopping. A London landmark itself, the hotel is also ideally located for exploring many of the city's historic attractions.