For most people, hotels only serve our most basic needs. It provides a place to stay in for a weary traveler, a temporary home for a tourist, a haven to relax for tired businesspeople and room for a nomad. It is a place to stay, relax, rest or dine. Considered the crown jewel among London hotels, THE SAVOY London has always combined impeccable service with top of the line conveniences and breathtaking elegance. The Savoy London is the first of the Savoy group of hotels and restaurants which opened on August 6, 1889. This hotel is one of the best hotels in London, England.
A lot of people don’t know, but THE SAVOY London started it all. From the time it was built, it was destined to be one of the top-notch five-star hotels in London. The Luxury Hotel is the pioneer of luxury hotels in London, England. It is the first hotel in Britain that introduced elevators (supplied by the American company Otis), electric lights throughout the hotel, prototypes of telephones and en-suite bathrooms. Ten years after its establishment, The Savoy was proclaimed as the most luxurious hotel in the city of London and still holds true to its title.
The Savoy shut-down for extensive restoration and reconstruction. The budget for the intricately planned renovation was £220 million. A worth of £3,000 of great memorabilia and furnishings was also auctioned. The new Savoy is nothing but better. The Edwardian inspired hotel maintained its theme. The lobby was grander. The walls are adorned with precious embellishments fit for a royalty visit. Every piece compliments the interiors. Every room is warm and inviting. The Savoy possesses and enviable location. The Savoy which is located next to River Thames, at the heart of London’s theater district, it gives its visitors a picturesque setting of nature and the city.
Located at close to one of the most famous theater district in Central London, The Savoy offers a variety of tourism and activities. The hotel itself represents a rich, storied past but is also adjacent to renowned heritage sites like the Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey. Visit the Globe Theater and revisit the Shakespearean age. Stroll or horseback ride at Hyde Park or cruise the river Thames at your indulgence. For shopping experience, take a trip to Sloane Street for genuine luxury brands. If you like the good, old-fashioned way, visit Savile Row – the home of classic British tailors. If golf is your game, head on to Wentworth Club near the Windsor Castle.
Since its opening in 1889, The Savoy Grill continues to serve with culinary excellence. The rooms at the Savoy start from £ 396 per night. The Savoy also has a regular gym which is equipped with TechnoGym equipment. There is also a pretty swimming pool, which is 10 m long and situated where is light and airy.