A pretty, light oak-panelled room, with carved details and silvered highlights, the intimate Iolanthe room is an elegant choice for private dining or business meetings. Like all of the six private dining rooms at The Savoy, Iolanthe boasts natural light and is located near the heart of the hotel with easy access from the main hotel entrance.
Named after the seventh Savoy Opera, and also the first to be premiered in the Savoy Theatre, Iolanthe has the distinction of being one of the original private rooms created in 1889 to offer spaces for smaller events. Hosting from as few as six guests up to 18, Iolanthe’s classic décor remains exactly the same as when the room was regularly utilised by one of The Savoy’s most eminent guests, Sir Winston Churchill for luncheons with his cabinet. Iolanthe has also been used over the years for private dining and celebrations by members of the Royal Family.
33 sqm / 364 sq ft