Located on the ground floor of The Savoy, Mikado is one of the hotel’s medium sized private rooms, retaining its original décor of wood-panelled walls with black edging and brass details. Bringing a sophisticated elegance to meetings, social lunches or dinners, this London private dining room offers plenty of space for a cocktail party or corporate events. Mikado can also be paired with the smallest private room, Sorcerer, if additional space is required.
Created around 1928 in response to the popularity of The Savoy’s private rooms for smaller events, Mikado was repurposed from two existing rooms: a store-room, and the restaurant manager’s office. Named after the ninth Savoy Opera, “The Mikado”, possibly the most successful of all the operas to that date, and often said to be the production whose profits truly built The Savoy, Mikado is also a reflection of The Savoy’s admiration for the then-new “art moderne”, and can be seen as an early example of art deco design.
38 sq m / 409 sq ft