|Distance to city centre||0.8 mi|
|Nearest airport||London Heathrow|
|Distance to airport||14.7 mi|
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|celebrated our first wedding anniversary||in 9 reviews|
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|savoy||in 36 reviews|
|staff and great||in 212 reviews|
|upgraded room||in 5 reviews|
very luxurious hotel in a good location of London. definately would go back to the hotel at my next visit.
Spectacular in every way
Not being able to stay longer
despite being over motor court, room was very quiet, everything was well designed, staff was extremely helpful, bathroom was tremendous, restaurant was great. Very little (if anything) to actually complain about. Top-notch.
gym facilities were modest as was pool, but not a terribly big deal as most hotel gyms have a limited offer.
London is a beautiful city with much to see. For those who don’t just want to see London but want to experience it, The Savoy is perfect. Guests will find a beautifully British feeling in everything at The Savoy. The rooms are classically designed and decorated with beautiful furnishings. The bathrooms have elegant modern countertops and modern amenities. Most rooms and suites have gorgeous views of the River Thames and other London landmarks. Dining at The Savoy is enjoyed by both tourists and locals alike. Simpson’s in the Strand started as a chess club and coffee house in 1828 but has since been revamped to showcase classic British cuisine. The Thames Foyer sits in a spacious domed atrium with a gazebo in the middle. During the day, the gazebo is occupied by a pianist and in the evening, they are replaced with a lively band, inspiring the concept of a “dinner dance”. The Thames foyer is also famous for its traditional afternoon tea. The Savoy Grill has seen more than its fair share of celebrity guests but also features celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay as the head of the kitchen. Kaspar’s at the Savoy allows guests to watch chefs cook at the centerpiece bar and serves seasonal dishes of both delicious land fare and seafood. The Savoy doesn’t just provide a place for guests to stay but rather, creates experiences. Guests can book an iconic Rolls Royce Phantom with a chauffeur to arrive at the Savoy in glamor and style. They can also enjoy a private river cruise, that sets sail from the Savoy Pier. No matter what guests choose to do, they are sure to have a stay fit for a queen.
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|London Charing Cross||416 yd|