Still at the forefront of the London hotel scene after over 125 years
At a glance
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The Savoy has been at the forefront of the London hotel scene since it opened in 1889. The hotel was lovingly restored in 2010, with much of its art deco and Edwardian heritage kept intact. The bedrooms, including an extensive range of stunning suites, vary in style and size, and many overlook the River Thames. The Savoy Grill and American Bar remain as well-loved favourites; Kaspar's offers informal yet luxury all-day dining; the Thames Foyer is renowned for its afternoon teas; and the Beaufort Bar offers cocktails that push the boundaries of mixology. Immaculately presented staff offer excellent standards of hospitality and service.