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The Savoy Suite

Situated on the riverside of the sixth floor of the hotel, The Savoy Suite is a contemporary, open and light-filled haven in the heart of London. What captivates guests the moment they walk through the door are the spectacular floor to ceiling views of the River Thames, stretching from Westminster and the Houses of Parliament, past Big Ben and the London Eye, and all the way along to the City and Canary Wharf.

This one or two bedroom suite comprises an entrance foyer, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, residential-style lounge with fireplace and private bar, and the means to accommodate modern flexible dining.

Floorplan
The Savoy Suite

At
a glance

Room size 130 to 210 sq m / 1,399 to 2,260 sq ft
Bed type Two king beds
View River view

A dedicated Savoy Butler

The Savoy’s dedicated team of Butlers are highly skilled professionals available to take care of our guests' every need around the clock. Our Savoy Butlers will be on hand to make dinner and theatre arrangements, oversee silver service meals in-suite, assist with personal shopping, and organise any last-minute travel plans. With an experienced Savoy Butler at their side guests can rest assured that their meticulous attention to detail will exceed all expectations.

Common amenities

Savoy ButlerPersonal Savoy Butler
Private luxury bar
Private pantry
Penhaligon’s amenitiesEnglish luxury bathroom amenities
In-room dining24-hour service
Beauty & FitnessAccess to indoor pool and 24-hour gym
Pressing Garment pressing
TransfersOne chauffeured-transfer
Chauffeur-driven Rolls RoyceCourtesy car for travel within a three-mile radius of the hotel, subject to availability

Guest Preferences

Whether you need connecting rooms or a crib, prefer duck feather pillows or are planning a special occasion, do not hesitate to get in touch with us in advance of your stay so that we can take care of every detail.

Breathtaking river views

From the Savoy Suite you will encounter breathtaking views of the Thames, stretching from Westminster to Canary Wharf, and encompassing many of London’s iconic landmarks and seven bridges.