The Savoy Hotel London: London's Five Star Hotel With a River Thames View
The Savoy Hotel London really does offer the best of everything, whether it’s a luxury hotel room, a meal at the Savoy Grill, afternoon tea or just a prime location, you will struggle to find a hotel in the same league as the Savoy.
It’s hard to decide which of the Savoy’s features ranks as number one but location must be high upon the list.
The Savoy London is easily accessed by rail and tube from Charring Cross station from which the hotel offers easy access to shopping along the Strand and is within walking distance of both Trafalgar Square and the National Portrait Gallery.
In the other direction, the hotel also offers picture postcard views of the Thames Estuary if a more maritime feel is the order of the day.
He hotel itself offers the best of both worlds, rooms are furnished in a number of historic styles predominantly based around art deco and English Edwardian themes, yet the recent large scale investment in refurbishment of the hotel means that guest will not lack for the want of contemporary amenities and facilities.
The Savoy London is however, as known for its food and drink as it is for luxury hotel rooms. The Savoy Grill is presided over by chef Stuart Gilles and sees the recreation of classic dishes including, charcoal grilled chateaubriand with pommes soufflés, king crab and prawn cocktail, lime and chocolate soufflé and iced Peach Melba. All is served in a restaurant including many original art deco features from the 1920’s.
Like all of the five star hotels in London, the Savoy is famous for its afternoon tea. If looking to take tea at the Savoy, be sure to book well in advance, preferably weeks in advance. Afternoon tea at the Savoy Hotel is served in the Thames Foyer and packages are available from £36 per head.
So if looking for the a luxury five star hotel in London with a great location and quintessentially English styling, the Savoy London may be the place to stay.
The Savoy Hotel London, The Strand, London, WC2R 0EU
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