Our Review of The Savoy:
Storied grand hotel dating from 1889 on the bank of the Thames close to London’s Theatreland. Redesigned by Pierre Yves Rochon, the 195 guest rooms and 73 suites come in both art deco and Edwardian styles, some with dramatic river views, fireplaces, Murano glass chandeliers and silk wall coverings. Accommodations also include modern marble baths, many with soaking tubs and separate glass-walled showers. Six bars and restaurants include Gordon Ramsay’s white-tablecloth Savoy Grill, the legendary American Bar and Kaspar’s Seafood Bar & Grill with panoramic views of the Thames and London landmarks; Beaufort Bar is renowned for its nightly entertainment and unique cocktail concoctions. Massage treatments, fitness center and 32-foot atrium swimming pool.
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- Room upgrade, when available at check-in
- Daily full English breakfast served at the restaurant or in room
- 85 GBP food and beverage credit once per stay toward purchases at Kaspar’s, Thames Foyer, Simpson’s or in-room dining
- 20 percent discount on beauty and fitness treatments
Rates for The Savoy
Deluxe Room, from $820; Junior Suite, from $1,020.These published rates, in US dollars, serve only as a guideline for travel planning and may vary based on season, currency exchange rates and other factors. The latest rates, including preferred Andrew Harper rates, are available to our subscribers booking online, directly with the hotels or through the Andrew Harper Travel Office. When booking direct, always provide your Andrew Harper subscriber number. Subscriber benefits are available only in conjunction with Andrew Harper rates.
The Savoy Information
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Room service