The Strand, London
The Savoy is a landmark hotel, beautifully decorated and typically British. Wonderfully located in the heart of London's West End, The Savoy Hotel is the perfect place to base yourself while exploring what is arguably the world's most cosmopolitan city.
At a Glance
Fabulous location in the heart of the West End
Stunning views across the River Thames to the London Eye
Excellent for families with many connecting options and family suites
Great choice of restaurants and some world class cocktail bars
Located on the only street in London where you can drive on the right
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The Savoy is an iconic London hotel that has recently celebrated its 125th birthday. The building itself dates back to the 13th Century and many of its original characteristics have been maintained making the hotel a nice contrast to its neighbor; vibrant Covent Garden.
The Savoy has been beautifully renovated and decorated in a fabulous combination of Edwardian and Art Deco style. Its rooms and suites are spacious, comfortable and elegantly designed and many boast original features such as beautiful fireplaces. There are great options for families, either with two bedroom Family Suites or the connecting room options. Views are either across the city, overlooking their quiet courtyard or panoramic vistas of the River Thames. Well-appointed marble bathrooms are complete with luxury bath products and most have separate walk-in showers; and some even with typically English free-standing bath tubs.
The Savoy features some of London's most well-known bars and restaurants and have something for everyone. From Beaufort Bar where you'll be able to spend hours sampling the vintage Champagnes to The American Bar which serves some of the finest cocktails in the city. Its restaurants have a fantastic array of cuisines from seafood to fine dining to all that's quintessentially British with afternoon tea at Thames Foyer.
The Savoy's surrounding area is a reason in itself to stay at this magnificent hotel. The River Thames on one side makes for a lovely walk and has fantastic views towards the London Eye and the south of the river. Covent Garden and the West End on the other side offers endless entertainment from theatre shows to concerts, to narrow cobbled streets lined with bars, restaurants and boutiques; the infamous Trafalgar Square and not to mention the incredible shopping along Oxford Street, Regents Street and of course, Bond Street.
The Savoy has 195 rooms and 73 suites, many with lovely views of the River Thames, and all decorated either in Edwardian or Art Deco style. Room amenities include air conditioning, LCD Televisions, iPod docking stations, daily newspapers, US & UK modems, desk, minibar, Le Labo luxury bath products, Bathrobes, WiFi and a safe. Suites also include unpacking and packing services, tea and coffee served with wake-up call, fresh flowers and sewing kits to name but a few.
Ideal for single travelers these rooms have a Queen bed and overlook the quiet courtyard or the city. All have fully equipped marble bathrooms with luxury bath products. 30 sq m.
These rooms have a King or Twin beds and overlook the quiet courtyard or the city. All have fully equipped marble bathrooms with luxury bath products. Many of the bathrooms in this category have separate walk-in showers. 32 sq m.
These rooms have a King bed and overlook the quiet courtyard or the city or have partial river views. All have fully equipped marble bathrooms with separate walk-in showers with luxury bath products. 40 sq m.
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These rooms have a King bed are decorated in Edwardian style and have spectacular River Thames views. All have fully equipped marble bathrooms with separate walk-in showers, free standing baths and luxury bath products. 43 sq m.
The Junior Suites are open-plan and have sitting and bedroom areas with some offering a walk-in closet and dressing area. The suites have king-size beds and city or garden views. 42 sq m.
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The Junior Suite River Views are open-plan and have sitting and bedroom areas with some offering a walk-in closet and dressing area. The suites have king-size beds and stunning panoramic views of the River Thames. 45 sq m.
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Savoy Family Suites offer two bedrooms sharing a bathroom. They all have fully equipped marble bathrooms with separate walk-in showers with luxury bath products and overlook the courtyard. 55 sq m.
Children are very welcome at The Savoy. The hotel has Family Suites, connecting rooms, cots and extra beds. Baby sitting can be arranged and there are children's menus at Kaspar's Seafood Bar & Grill and Simpson's-In-The-Strand.
The Savoy offers a huge variety of bars and restaurants and boasts some of London's most well known.
Kaspar's Seafood & Bar Grill has an informal atmosphere in an elegant 1920's setting and serves exceptional seafood.
Simpson's-In-The-Strand is where to go for British fine dining. The best seasonal ingredients are used to create mouth-watering classical dishes.
Savoy Grill is one of London's most iconic restaurants and has hosted many of the elite such as Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and The Queen Mother. Sublime grilled Meats and fish are the order of the day.
Thames Foyer Afternoon Tea is not to be missed - learn what it is to be British in an afternoon of grazing on cucumber sandwiches, scones and clotted cream and cake while sipping tea.
The American Bar is the place to go for cocktails - the most iconic cocktail bar in the world!
Beaufort Bar is a fabulously decorated Art Deco bar serving cocktails and a vast selection of vintage and non-vintage champagnes.
Location & Directions
The Strand, London
The Savoy is located a stone's throw from the River Thames in the heart of Covent Garden. It is the perfect base from which to explore Regent Street and the West End and is easily accessible via London airports.
When to go
It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.