To stay at The Savoy is to follow in the footsteps of Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Christian Dior, Maria Callas, Claude Monet and Katherine Hepburn. Originally opened in 1889, The Savoy’s old-style glamour now sparkles with a fresh new 21st century lustre following one of the most ambitious hotel restorations in British history.
Perfectly placed in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant cities and on the banks of the River Thames, The Savoy boasts 268 rooms and suites accompanied by some of the most well-known restaurants and bars in London and magnificent and varied meeting space. Kaspar’s at The Savoy offers informal yet luxury all-day dining and great British fixtures include the Savoy Grill and Simpson’s-in-the-Strand.
Afternoon Tea continues to this day in the Thames Foyer, while Savoy Tea sells the hotel’s own teas and tea accessories. As day becomes night, the Beaufort Bar provides a theatrical setting for champagne, cocktails and cabaret and the American Bar harks back to the golden age of cocktails in the 1920s.