The hotel at a glance
Three years and 220 million pounds later, one of London's grand dames is back with a bang and is once again focused on providing the best British luxury experience to its visitors.
In 2007, for the first time in over 100 years, a Savoy’s doorman announced to a gathering crowd of Londoner’s “sorry we’re closed” and with these words, brought the end to an era. A hotel that was once home to Frank Sinatra, Katherine Hepburn and the ever present luxury connoisseur Winston Churchill, was in need of a renovation. Three years and 220 million pounds later, one of London’s grand dames reopened to public acclaim, and if you think that its left her looking like a Hollywood has-been, think again. All its classic beauty remains, they've just given her a helpful nudge to make her age well.
Renowned for its exceptional views and impeccable taste in design, the Savoy continues in its traditions by commissioning Pierre Yves Rochon to express his ideas on this million pound canvas. There is now an Art Deco flair to the side of the hotel facing the Strand whilst the Thames side, is faithfully Edwardian. The Savoy’s view on the Thames is one of the best in London and the likes of Monet have immortalised it from within this hotel’s very walls. The feel of the rooms is country house and “so British” that the craving for tea is sure to creep up at any given moment. If it does, no problem, a 24 hour butler is available to cater to your needs. When we say butler, we don’t mean glorified room service, we are talking about the symbol of British excellence trained right here in the prestigious Savoy school, one of the best in the world when it comes to the hospitality industry.The butler is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Savoy’s service. Staff will greet you with a warm smile and pride themselves on their prompt and efficient service. The design is spectacular with the main lobby sporting black and white marble flooring, elegant polished woodwork and an open fire by which you can enjoy a good book and relax. The Thames Foyer’s glass windows let in a magnificent play of light in the interior space regardless of whether the familiar grey of London lurks outside or not, so you can enjoy the afternoon tea in ultimate decadence.
If you are looking for a discrete luxury offering, then the Savoy might not be for you. But if you want to experience the pinnacle of glamour and luxury, this, is as good as it gets.
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Check-in / Check-out
- Check-in: 2 pm
- Check-out: noon
- Public areas: £9.95 per day
- In-room: £9.95 per day
Transportation & Transfers
- Transfer service: subject to additional charges
- Children are welcome in this hotel
- Public areas: smoking not allowed
- Smoking rooms: available
Food & beverages
American Bar (Bar)
Beaufort Bar (Bar)
Thames Foyer (Afternoon tea, Light meals)
Kaspar's Seafood Bar & Grill (Restaurant: fish and seafood cuisine)
Savoy Grill (Restaurant: Escoffier-inspired grill room cuisine)
Simpson's In The Strand (Restaurant: Classic British style cuisine)
Melba (Bar, Light meals)
- Continental breakfast: £31
- English breakfast: £35
Amenities & services
- 267 rooms and suites
- In-room amenities (iPod dock, flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, coffee / tea making facilities, complimentary newspaper daily, Le Labo bathroom products)
- Air conditioned hotel
- Laundry service
- Concierge service
- Business center
Spa (Beauty & Fitness Center)
- Hammam / steam room
- Indoor pool
- Fitness center