A name synonymous with glamour and prestige, The Savoy stands on the banks of the River Thames in one of London’s best addresses. From there, you can see the famous skyline. The best of London is within walking distance… the theatre district, the art galleries, the opera, the famous clubs, and bars.
Opened in 1889, The Savoy was one of the first hotels to introduce electricity and hot running water. It has kept up-to-date today with MP3 docks and flatscreen TVs in your room but never sacrificing the old school glamour that attracted stars from Winston Churchill to Frank Sinatra. Indeed, even Brian Blessed has stayed here.
No two rooms are the same. Some are decorated in Edwardian elegance while others are in the Art Deco style. The high-end suites come with your own private butler. Famously sweary TV chef Gordon Ramsey has a restaurant there while Beaufort Bar has an extensive collection of Champagne to choose from.