Experience the essence of fine living at the Savoy Hotel London
Built way back in the 1800s the Savoy Hotel has stood the test of time and still stands out on top as an internationally acclaimed luxury hotel offering both local and world guests a lavish 4-star classical Edwardian styled accommodation experience. Boasting some of the plushest guestrooms in London this beautifully decorated hotel has a wide range of spacious well appointed rooms which have enjoyed the company or royalty, celebrities and high flying business entrepreneurs. Although the Savoy Hotel is famous for its exclusivity, it is not reserved for only the rich and famous; guests of all sorts are more than welcome to spend a night or two and enjoy the vast list of excellent on-site facilities, first class dining options, comfortable leisure and entertainment facilities as well as an ideal central city location with easy access to the capitals many popular sights.
Having recently undergone a one hundred million pound renovation, the Savoy Hotel London now provides visiting guests with lush interior spaces awash with classical Art Deco stylings combined with minimal cool modern furnishings. On entering the hotels high ceilinged lobby area youll come face to face with a different time; sparkling marble floors reflect low hanging crystal chandeliers, arched doorways with intricately designed plaster work frame the entrance to each room filled with hand crafted oak wood furnishings and sleek ergonomic fittings.
In terms of accommodation types guests will be spoiled for choice with 268 different rooms available, each originally designed to fit its own space and give the visitor a comfy yet elegant feel. Depending on the number of people travelling with you or your own personal luxury needs, you can choose from the standard Savoy rooms, the Savoy superior rooms, the Savoy deluxe rooms, the grand deluxe rooms and the river view deluxe rooms. Each room provides plenty of crisp natural light streaming in through the wide open French windows and a smattering of creature comforts for your total convenience; youll also find antique seating, a work desk and personal bar, a Loewe brand flat-screen TV with various satellite/ cable channels, a Vita Audio Ipod docking station, a marble floored bathroom with giant shower-heads, complimentary luxury Miller and Harris toiletries and free WIFI access. All interior spaces at the Savoy are considered non-smoking and there is a range of special easy access rooms available for those with specific disability and mobility requirements.
To ensure your complete comfort whilst staying at the Savoy Hotel London there is a personable 24-hour reception desk staffed by a team of attentive employees who can be approached for a wide range of extra customer services including a personal butler service, business center hire, luggage storage, hiring a valuables safety deposit box, babysitting, laundry cleaning, a concierge service, tour and ticket booking, document processing and many others available on request.
In terms of on-site leisure and entertainment facilities there is an excellent health and fitness center that provides a wide range of spa and beauty therapies, a fully equipped gymnasium, a large indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a hot tub and plenty of daily massage therapy sessions to help you completely unwind. Finally when your appetite comes calling the Savoy Hotel offers its guests one of the most exclusive dining options in London The Savoy Grill headed by internationally acclaimed celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey. Alternatively there is also a wide range of other food and beverage options including the River restaurant with its beautiful views of the Thames and a mouthwatering contemporary French a la carte menu. There is the Simpsons in the Strand serving a delightful variety of Scottish dishes, as well as a long list of popular whiskies. Finally for those looking for a relaxing place to sit and enjoy a drink with good company head to one of the hotels many bars, cafes and tea rooms which include the American Bar, Beaufont Bar, Thames Foyer and the classically style Tea Room.