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A timeless hotel where every room tells a story. Full review →
The part-Edwardian, part–Art Deco building on the Strand in central London is an ideal spot to stay when in town for sightseeing.
A three-year refurbishment that wrapped up at the end of 2010 "has taken this classic landmark property back to its former glory." Full review →
This legendary hotel was an afterthought. Richard D’Oyly Carte capitalized on the success of his Savoy Theatre by providing a place to stay.
One of London's most famous hotels has emerged from a £220 million renovation, and the old girl is looking like a superstar again. Full review →
Often called “London’s most famous hotel,” Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star, The Savoy, holds a special place in the heart of this great European city. Full review →
Glitzy, high-octane... Turn-of-the-century appeal with rich fabrics and acres of gold leaf on display. Full review →
Situated close to both the city and the West End... The Savoy enjoys a spectacular position facing the Thames and overlooking Embankment Gardens. Full review →
Legendary 1889 Edwardian hotel near the Thames with two historic bars and its fair share of Art Deco glamour. Full review →Choose from sleek, sultry Art Deco or light, frilly Edwardian.
Built on the site of the old Savoy Palace in 1889, the Savoy has welcomed the high, the mighty and the not untalented. Full review →
Reopened in 2010 following a 3 year restoration, its luxurious bedrooms and stunning suites come in an Edwardian or art deco style.
Make like Monet and Whistler. Bring your easel. Full review →
The Savoy is one of London's poshest grand dames, located on the exclusive Strand and rivaled only by other five-pearl greats such as The Goring and The May Fair. Full review →
Dripping with history, it’s as glamorous can be, with amazing decor throughout, classic bars... a Gordon Ramsay restaurant and gorgeously comfortable rooms.
Loved by generations of visitors for its discreet mix of Edwardian neo-classical and art deco. Full review →
When the Savoy opened in the heart of the theater district in 1889, it introduced many hotel firsts: the use of electricity, en-suite bathrooms, and elevators. Full review →
A long-time magnet for heads of state and celebrities, this luxury landmark overlooking the Thames near Waterloo Bridge opened in 1889.
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