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The Savoy is the only luxury hotel on the River Thames, originally opened in 1889, the world-famous Savoy Hotel is situated on the banks of the Thames and less than 5 minutes walk from The British Museum and The Royal Opera House. The hotel was once visited by the likes of Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and Katherine Hepburn.
Perfectly situated in heart of the exciting city of London, The Savoy is only 5 minutes walk from Covent Gardens, the hotel is just 20 minutes’ journey by public transport from the ultimate designer shopping destinations of Knightsbridge and Mayfair.
The Savoy Grill
Helmed by Gordon Ramsay the restaurant offers classic British and French inspired cuisine in an elegant art deco dining room. Guests can delight in dishes such as a beef wellington for two and feast on grilled meats served from the woodfired charcoal grill. The fish dishes are also revered, from the lobster thermidor to the classic Dover sole Meunier. Whatever you choose you know it will hit the mark but if you really can’t decide plump for the six-course tasting menu. The service is exemplary and the food extraordinary; not a bad combination for the on-site restaurant.
Kaspar’s at The Savoy
Kaspar’s offers contemporary seasonal dishes throughout the day. Enjoy an informal lunch or get dressed up for an elegant dinner in this art deco setting. Champagne and seafood are served at a striking centrepiece bar so there is a real element of a performance at the restaurant. Always lively and entertaining you’re sure to have a great time.
With its dramatic black and gold décor the Beaufort bar offers a romantic setting for some decadent drinking. Offering an extensive range of champagne by the glass or bottle you’ll be happy to only need to stumble back to your room. The bar offers imaginative cocktails with a sense of theatre and drama and the drinks menu is categorised into different phases of magic, taking you on a journey as the night progresses. Guests at the bar can also enjoy live music in the Thames Foyer from Thursday to Saturday between 5.30pm and 9.30pm.
The oldest surviving cocktail bar in England, where the first drinks were poured in 1893. It consistently wins awards for one of the best cocktail bars in the world and is well worth a visit. The cocktail menu is based around some of the iconic singers and songs that have been performed here over the years. There are twenty cocktails to choose from so pace yourself.
Simpson’s in The Strand
This is one of the oldest restaurants in London and offers dishes in a beautiful Edwardian dining room. The cuisine is seasonal and classic with a distinctly English twist. The roast dinners served here take centre stage. They are wheeled to the table on original Victorian silver domed carving trollies and you are attended by the Master Carver. Enjoy a fantastic meal whilst being treated to a ‘live’ show steeped in tradition.
With 195 rooms and 73 suites, The Savoy is the embodiment of luxury and sophistication. The rooms at the hotel have an Edwardian feel with art Deco architectural features. All rooms are large, bright and airy and many offer stunning views across the River Thames.
The en-suite bathrooms are generous and are monochrome, emanating the elegant Art Deco aesthetic. Various suites are offered and each one has been individually styled, with the heritage of the hotel shining through. Exceptionally comfortable with all you need for a relaxing stay.
Afternoon Tea at The Foyer Bar
This is a rite of passage if you stay at The Savoy. The first Afternoon Tea was served here when it opened in 1889 and the tradition continues under the stunning domed atrium of the Foyer Bar. There are over thirty teas to choose from and a wide range of classic sandwiches, followed by homemade scones with clotted cream and delicious pastries. Vegetarian, Vegan and children’s options are also available, all accompanied by live piano music in this stunning venue. Afternoon Tea is also served at Simpson’s in The Strand.
Private River Cruises
The Savoy overlooks the River Thames and Woods Quay is right on its doorstep. The quay is home to Woods’ Silver Fleet, one of the capital’s most exclusive cruise operators. Guests can enjoy a sumptuous meal whilst cruising down the river on one of their luxury handcrafted vessels. An exclusive treat to add to the list whilst staying at The Savoy.
The stunning indoor swimming pool situated in its own atrium is a real highlight at The Savoy. Flooded with natural light, a swim here gives you a real sense of wellbeing. The pool is equipped with a jet stream so the more energetic can swim against the current. There are also two states of the art gym areas and a luxury a spa.
Places of Interest
- Trafalgar Square - 7 Minutes walk
- Piccadilly Circus - 13Minutes walk
- London Eye - 13 Minutes walk
- The British Museum - 14 Minutes walk
- Big Ben - 16 Minutes walk