A Destination for Generations
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Your Savoy Stories
A memorable student job
As a student in 1965 to 1968, I worked as a bell hop in The Savoy. I worked the Savoy Grill, the East side lift, and on rare occasions, the main lift in the reception area. I had an amazing time there and i remember Mr. Stafford one of the managers who was a very kind person. As a student to be able to eat in the staff canteen was memorable!
I always dreamed I’d stay here
Absolutely love this hotel. I used to always walk past it as a child and my Dad would tell me it’s one of the most beautiful hotels in the world. I always dreamed that one day I’d stay there and my husband made that dream come true. We don’t live in London now but when in town we always call in for a drink.
My grandad Andrew Griesel worked in the kitchen in 1912. He would have been 13! Great history for my family which was only revealed when we took my mum there for her 87th Christmas treat.
An introduction to jazz
Many years ago when I was at the Savoy, I was first introduced to jazz piano when I saw and heard the legendary artist, Ramsay Lewis. He was just superb. And not to forget the excellent atmosphere at The Savoy!
An amazing lunch
We had an amazing lunch to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Roberto, our waiter, was very welcoming upon arrival,
and professional and knowledgeable throughout the entire service.
To really top everything off, my husband was presented with a delicious pudding wishing him Happy Birthday on behalf of the hotel! We will be back!
A magical Christmas
We were amazed to wake up on the Sunday morning of our stay to see all the Christmas trimmings up. It made it feel magical.