The Savoy sits on the north bank of the River Thames – as captured in the famous paintings by Claude Monet.
Walking distance to
Covent Garden, theatre district.
Size and style
Each of the 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 and blend classic comfort and elegance with discreet technology.
Couples, glamorous, leisure.
You need to know this
There are 6 rooms at the hotel that are specially adapted for guests with disabilities.
Available for all London airports, prices are individually quoted by the concierge team.
Any VIP facilities available to some guests
Those who check, into the two-bedroom Royal Suite will find themselves in an impressive stately procession of rooms spread across the front of the entire fifth floor, overlooking the river.
In-room amenities and extras
Leather desk set made exclusively for The Savoy by Bill Amberg, and English luxury bathroom amenities by Le Labo.
24 hour reception
24 hour room service
Restaurants and bars
Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill: Launched in May 2013, Kasper’s specializes in caviar, oysters and other shellfish.
The Savoy Grill: This old school favourite is also one of Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurants.
Simpson’s-In-The-Strand: a British institution, with a quintessentially British menu.
Thames Foyer: for delectable Afternoon Tea.
The American Bar: 1920s cocktails in a smooth art deco elegance.
Beaufort Bar: a heady cocktail of champagne and cabaret.
Winston Churchill, Maria Callas, Marlene Dietrich, Frank Sinatra.