Abraham Lincoln Room
The elegant high-ceilinged Edwardian-style Abraham Lincoln room has the distinction of being the original banqueting room at The Savoy. Used alone, the room is the perfect size for business luncheons, conferences, formal dinners and dinner dances; the ideal space for banqueting in London. The adjacent art deco Manhattan room is used frequently in conjunction with the Abraham Lincoln room, as a dedicated reception room. Both rooms benefit from their own private foyer and cloakrooms.
The Abraham Lincoln room has hosted wedding receptions, award ceremonies and other prestigious functions throughout its lengthy history. From the wedding breakfast after the marriage of French royalty in 1895, to a private dinner set in a flower-filled bower, the Abraham Lincoln room offers space, flexibility, and the charm of a truly historical setting. Having been used extensively for luncheons and dinners by the American community in London during the First World War, the room gained its distinctive name with the gift of a bust of the US president from that same community in 1923.
282 sq m / 3,043 sq ft