About the Hotel
Located on the River Thames near Covent Garden, in the heart of the city's exciting theatre district, you will find The Savoy. With its central London location this hotel offers an amazing blend of restored Art Deco and Edwardian style. Featuring either English Edwardian or Art Deco designs, each room is as comfortable as it is elegant. Silk wall coverings, marble floors, and plush Italian linens are perfectly-lit by glass chandeliers from Murano, while large picture windows offer sweeping city and river views. Refresh yourself with an invigorating rain shower, or recline in your comfortable living space, soaking in the tranquil atmosphere of the hotel. At The Savoy you will enjoy the storied history and dynamic scenes of the city, with all the comforts and features of modern city living.
Take a sightseeing tour of London and visit world-renowned sites like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. Continue on to the amazing Globe Theatre and delight in the historical and cultural impact of William Shakespeare. Horseback ride through Hyde Park, beginning at the Hyde Park Horse Stables, or opt for a relaxing boat cruise up the River Thames beneath the warm afternoon sun. For renowned shopping, explore the adjacent Covent Garden, stroll down Sloane Street enjoying a wealth of modern luxury brands, or head to Savile Row, the traditional home of classic British tailors. The South Bank museums are a must, including the Tate Modern and a variety of other specialty collections. Tee off at the Wentworth Club for a great day of golf and hit the links at one of the three 18-hole courses on the southwest edge of the city, near Windsor Castle. Return to The Savoy hotel to enjoy light dining and traditional British afternoon tea at the Thames Foyer, or try the River Restaurant for modern French cooking. Since its early years of service in 1889, Savoy Grill has been one of London's most iconic restaurants, and the hotel's own Chef Patron Stuart Gillies, of Gordon Ramsay Holdings, oversees a menu that returns to the classic Escoffier-inspired grill rooms of old. However you choose to experience the magical and endlessly entertaining city of London, a stay at The Savoy is certain to make your trip truly unforgettable.