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Fairmont Loves Film London Experience

A film-inspired experience at The Savoy

Enjoy a stay at The Savoy inspired by Fairmont’s rich cinematic history and unrivalled connection to the world of cinema.

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It was at The Savoy where Vivien Leigh met future husband Laurence Olivier, where Elizabeth Taylor spent her honeymoon with Nicky Hilton, and where Charlie Chaplin returned to his homeland. It has also been a favorite filming spot for movies such as The Big Sleep (1978); Notting Hill (1999); Bright Young Things (2003); Gambit (2012); Mortdecai (2015); Goodbye Christopher Robin (2018); All the Money in the World (2018); and Stan & Ollie (2019).

The Savoy welcomes guests throughout February and March for a film-inspired experience to celebrate Fairmont Loves Film.

Package includes

  • One-night stay for two in a Deluxe King Room or above
  • Savoy Breakfast for two
  • Two Blue Door cocktails in the Beaufort Bar
  • A Fairmont Loves Film welcome amenity
  • Voucher for a Romantic Comedy London Bus Tour for Two, redeemable on selected Saturday mornings over 12 months*.

Terms & conditions

Offer subject to availability, blackout dates might apply. Rates based on two people sharing a Deluxe King room and above. A minimum advance booking of 2 days is required. Bookable now until 29 March 2019. Cancellations must be made 7 days prior to arrival.

*For guests wishing to coordinate the bus tour with a Friday or Saturday night stay, please speak with our reservations team to book this in advance; the tour is subject to availability.


1 Feb 2019 – 31 Mar 2019


From £765 for two adults inclusive of VAT

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