The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy
The Savoy

The Savoy

The Strand, London, WC2R 0EU, United Kingdom

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“Luxury on the Thames”

In 1889, The Savoy opened as the first luxury hotel in Britain. Today, 130 years later, it is arguably still the most luxurious hotel in the country. As a testament to its legendary status, iconic names in hospitality – including Ritz and Escoffier – once worked here, as did Monet (the latter as the hotel’s first artist in residence). To do as The Savoy does, the hotel offers regular masterclasses ranging from cocktails and carving to afternoon tea and suitcase packing.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Its location on the Thames lends itself to beautiful views across the river and recognizable landmarks
  • Possibly the best afternoon tea experience in town, with vegan and vegetarian options
  • The iconic American Bar is still a great place for a great cocktail, complete with a candle-lit atmosphere and friendly staff
  • Beautifully appointed rooms with a choice of the more traditional Edwardian on the Thames side, and more contemporary-styled Art Deco on Strand side

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location

267 Rooms and Suites

With many offering stunning views across the River Thames and of London’s most significant landmarks, The Savoy’s 267 luxury guest rooms and suites provide a quintessentially British setting from which to make the most of the hotel’s exceptional location.

Room Facilities

  • High Speed Broadband Internet Access – wired and wireless
  • In room personal safe
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • Private Bar stocked with a selection of cold beverages and snacks
  • Shaving/Make-up mirror
  • Savoy Bathrobe & Slippers
  • Coffee makers
  • Mascioni bed linen
  • English luxury bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s
  • Hairdryer
  • Writing desks in either English Edwardian or Art Deco style
  • Two smart two-line telephones
  • High quality LCD digital television entertainment
  • Ruark / Vita Audio digital radios
  • Alarm Clock
  • Leather desk set made exclusively for The Savoy by Bill Amberg
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Rooms available for guests with disabilities

Need to know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Superior Queen
Superior Queen
  • 2
  • 30 sq. m.
  • Queen bed
  • City or courtyard view

Superior Queen Rooms celebrate The Savoy’s dual historical influences with either Edwardian or art deco design. With many offering quiet courtyard or city views, these rooms have ample natural light and feature generous marble bathrooms ensuring both business and leisure guests alike return to a tranquil space in contrast to the buzz of the city.

Deluxe King
Deluxe King
  • 2
  • 35 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • City or courtyard view

Deluxe King Rooms pay tribute to the past design aesthetics of The Savoy in either Edwardian or art deco style, many overlooking the courtyard or city. These rooms are the ideal sanctuary for couples exploring the city, and perfect for those wishing to accommodate an additional guest with enough space for a roll out bed. Many of the luxurious marble bathrooms also feature a separate walk-in shower.

Luxury Double Double
Luxury Double Double
  • 4
  • 35 sq. m.
  • Two double beds
  • City, courtyard or partial river view

Luxury Double Double Rooms offer a generous space in the heart of London featuring either distinctive art deco style or a more classical Edwardian setting. With two double beds, these rooms are ideal for friends or families travelling together, and the perfect sanctuary in which to unwind after a day’s sightseeing, followed by an evening of indulgence in one of The Savoy’s renowned bars and restaurants.

Luxury King
Luxury King
  • 2
  • 40 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • City, courtyard or partial river view

Luxury King Rooms give a sense of The Savoy’s original character through the two design styles whilst setting 21st century standards. They afford city, courtyard or partial views of the River Thames emphasising The Savoy’s exceptional location in this vibrant city. Luxury King Rooms set the scene for a truly special and relaxing time away from it all.

Luxury King River View
Luxury King River View
  • 2
  • 43 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

These generously proportioned rooms directly overlook the Thames, offering unbeatable panoramic views East and West of the river, and across to the vibrant Southbank. Reflecting the style characteristic of the early 1900s with delicate Edwardian features, Luxury King rooms provide a comfortable retreat in which to linger between London adventures.

Two-Bedroom Family
Two-Bedroom Family
  • 6
  • 55 sq. m.
  • One king and two double beds
  • Courtyard view

Two-Bedroom Family Rooms provide a peaceful haven for families of three or four to immerse themselves in the charm of The Savoy. Featuring elegant Edwardian design, two spacious bedrooms, one with king-size bed and the other with two double beds, share a generous marble bathroom with separate walk-in shower. The team love to welcome little guests and will ensure there’s plenty to entertain them during a Savoy stay.

Junior Suite
Junior Suite
  • 2
  • 42 sq. m.
  • King or queen bed
  • City or courtyard view

Junior Suites in either sophisticated art deco or traditional Edwardian style feature an entrance foyer leading to a spacious open plan setting. The rooms are furnished with a sofa, two armchairs and a desk, along with either a king or queen bed. Whether in town for relaxation or business, Junior Suites provide the personal space and privacy expected by the modern luxury traveller.

Junior Suite River Balcony
Junior Suite River Balcony
  • 2
  • 45 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

Edwardian in style, the open-plan Junior River View Balcony is the only suite in the hotel to have its own private balcony with panoramic views of the River Thames and London’s most recognizable landmarks. This suite features a luxurious marble bathroom with separate walk-in shower, large chrome fittings, and Penhaligon's amenities.

Junior Suite River View
Junior Suite River View
  • 2
  • 45 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

The Junior Suites present either an elegant Edwardian or sophisticated Art Deco interior. The spacious, open-plan suites are fitted with a king-size bed and both sitting and bedroom areas. Some feature a walk-in closet and dressing area, and all have luxurious marble bathrooms with separate walk-in showers, the famous Savoy rain showerhead, and Penhaligon's amenities.

Deluxe Junior Suite Partial River View
Deluxe Junior Suite Partial River View
  • 2
  • 55 to 68 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • Partial river view

Partially overlooking the River Thames towards St. Paul’s Cathedral, these suites offer guests a true sense of location in the heart of London. The Savoy’s original characteristics are conveyed in differing design styles. Each suite is unique and features an entrance foyer leading into a spacious sitting room in which to unwind after exploring all that the city and The Savoy have to offer. Deluxe Junior Suite Partial River View guests have the Savoy Butler service at their disposal.

One Bedroom Suite River View
One Bedroom Suite River View
  • 2
  • 80 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

These large, one-bedroom suites offer the ultimate setting in the heart of historic London, with unrivalled panoramic views of the River Thames as well as some of the most iconic, riverside landmarks from both sitting room and bedroom. The soft Edwardian style creates a sense of romance. Comprising a large bedroom with en-suite bathroom and indulgent claw-foot bath, separate sitting, entrance foyer and cloakroom, the suites retain much of their original character and charm. One-Bedroom Suite River View guests have the Savoy Butler service at their disposal.

Personality Suite Partial River View
Personality Suite Partial River View
  • 2
  • 68 to 80 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

Named after some of the most famous guests ever to have stayed at The Savoy, these impressive, one-bedroom Edwardian suites are among the most spacious in the hotel. Marble entrance foyers and generous cloakroom areas lead onto the suites’ separate sitting rooms and large bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms decorated with The Savoy’s trademark black and white chequer board flooring and featuring claw-foot bathtubs. Each suite overlooks the River Thames and guests have the Savoy Butler service at their disposal

Personality Suite River View
Personality Suite River View
Personality Suite River View
  • 2
  • 68 to 80 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

Named after some of the most famous guests ever to have stayed at The Savoy, these impressive, one-bedroom Edwardian suites are among the most spacious in the hotel. Marble entrance foyers and generous cloakroom areas lead onto the suites’ separate sitting rooms and large bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms decorated with The Savoy’s trademark black and white chequer board flooring and featuring claw-foot bathtubs.

Each suite overlooks the River Thames and provides guests with the chance to take in the same spectacular views that once inspired Claude Monet to paint some of his most famous works, and the likes of Maria Callas, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and Katharine Hepburn to return to The Savoy time and time again. Personality Suite River View guests have the Savoy Butler service at their disposal.

The Savoy Suite
The Savoy Suite
  • 2
  • 130 to 210 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

Situated on the riverside of the sixth floor of the hotel, The Savoy Suite is a contemporary, open and light-filled haven in the heart of London. What captivates guests the moment they walk through the door are the spectacular floor to ceiling views of the River Thames, stretching from Westminster and the Houses of Parliament, past Big Ben and the London Eye, and all the way along to the City and Canary Wharf.

This one or two bedroom suite comprises an entrance foyer, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, residential-style lounge with fireplace and private bar, and the means to accommodate modern flexible dining. The Savoy Suite guests have the Savoy Butler service at their disposal.

The Royal Suite
The Royal Suite
  • 2
  • 265 sq. m.
  • King bed
  • River view

The Royal Suite is the jewel in The Savoy’s crown of suites, comprising an open-plan procession of rooms spanning the entire riverside of the fifth floor, offering panoramic views of the River Thames and London landmarks. World leaders, visiting royalty, and stars of stage and screen will enjoy an apartment-like space. A chic sitting room opens onto an extensive living area boasting its own private luxury bar. The morning room provides the ideal intimate space for relaxed dining, and the bedroom has been designed for ultimate comfort. Positioned next to the bedroom is a spacious walk-in dressing room with cedar-lined wardrobes, and an impressive en-suite bathroom with deep Jacuzzi bathtub and invigorating steam shower.

Kaspar’s at The Savoy
Kaspar’s at The Savoy
Kaspar’s at The Savoy
Provenance takes prominence within Kaspar’s at The Savoy with menus that showcase contemporary seasonal dishes from land and sea that capture the vibrancy of the natural landscape.
Simpson’s in the Strand
Simpson’s in the Strand
Simpson’s in the Strand
Since first opening as a chess club and coffee house in 1828, Simpson’s has provided an elegant backdrop to historical meetings, literary debates and momentous meals of all kinds, and is now marking itself out as one of the city’s landmark restaurants.
Thames Foyer
Thames Foyer
Thames Foyer
Regarded as the heart of the hotel, the Thames Foyer in London is a stunning glass domed atrium, where guests have been coming to enjoy The Savoy’s famous Afternoon Tea for over a century.  
Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay
Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay
Art Deco inspired restaurant frequented by diners such as Sir Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde, Frank Sinatra and the HM Queen Elizabeth.
American Bar
American Bar
American Bar
The Savoy’s American Bar is the oldest surviving cocktail bar in Britain, first welcoming guests for its popular ‘American-style’ drinks in 1893.
The Bar at Simpson's
The Bar at Simpson's
Located on the first floor of the landmark London restaurant, the bar at Simpson’s in the Strand is an elegant setting, resplendent with sparkling mirrors, inviting sofas and a chequerboard bar with a carved Knight playing piece that nods to the original incarnation of Simpson’s as the home of British chess.
Beaufort Bar
Beaufort Bar
Beaufort Bar
The dramatic jet-black and burnished gold décor of the romantic Beaufort Bar exudes the glamour of a time when stars graced the renowned cabaret stage at The Savoy. 
Swimming pool
Swimming pool
A magnificent swimming pool is situated in its own atrium with natural light and equipped with a jet-stream for the more energetic to swim against the current.
Technogym fitness gym
Technogym fitness gym
Fitness enthusiasts will appreciate the state-of-the art facilities with weights and cardiovascular equipment in the two gym areas.
Sauna and steam room
Sauna and steam room
For total relaxation there is a sauna and steam room in the separate male and female changing areas, and loungers around the pool.
Spa and beauty treatments
Spa and beauty treatments
Beauty & Fitness at The Savoy offers specialised treatments with experienced therapists, and featuring exceptional products including award winning brands, Natura Bissé for facials and Aromatherapy Associates for body treatments.
Butler Service
Butler Service
Available to suite guests, The Savoy’s butler service operates as a discreet level of superlative management or top-notch executive assistance, to ensure a seamless and elevated experience.
Savoy Flowers
Savoy Flowers
Savoy Flowers, lead by Head Designer Belinda Bowles, is The Savoy’s in-house creative floral design service.
Savoy Tea Shop
Savoy Tea Shop
Savoy Tea is a bijou tea store located in the Upper Thames Foyer. Inspired by London’s Edwardian shopping arcades, the walls are covered in a fabric designed to hint at the Asian origins of tea.
Boodles at The Savoy
Boodles at The Savoy
Quintessentially British fine jeweller Boodles has an exclusive showroom and boutique in the Front Hall of The Savoy, where guests and visitors can enjoy a glass of champagne while browsing their magnificent jewellery collection.

The Savoy

No other five-star London hotel can rival The Savoy’s superlative location. On the Northbank of the River Thames, it is equidistant from the City of the London, the world’s financial capital, as well as the luxury thoroughfares of Knightsbridge and Mayfair.

The Strand, London, WC2R 0EU, United Kingdom