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Reviewed 16 January 2013

We stayed for three nights to celebrate a birthday. Booked into a luxury room which was very nice, however, was overlooked by an office block and had a wardrobe that only accomodated our coats and a suite bag! We moved to an alternative room which was much bigger with an equally bigger wardrobe. The room was very clean and decorated beautifully. The furniture and large bed were extremely comfortable and the bathroom was large with roll top bath and separate walk in shower. Ate breakfast in the Riverview Restaurant, the food was excelllent and plentiful, however,the service was a little slow to remove empty plates. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful throughout our stay. Overall, the experience was superb and was the ideal location for a special celebration.

Date of stay: January 2013
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Reviewed 16 January 2013

I visited the Savoy last Friday (Jan 11) with my husband. It was my Christmas present from him, a show in the evening and to stay at the Savoy. I had very high expectations, I'd always wanted to stay there, and I was not disappointed. We arrived early, at about midday, a doorman noticed our overnight bag and asked our names, when we entered the hotel someone was waiting to greet us by name-impressive. A friendly young lady asked if we had been before, when we said we hadn't after effortlessly checking us in showed us around before taking us to our room. It was a basic room and a lovely surprise, much larger and more luxurious than expected, and a view of the river-fantastic after dark. I like to make a cup of tea myself in the morning when I wake up, I had looked at the hotel website before we went, my husband phoned and it was no problem to have tea and coffee facilities in our room. If we just wanted coffee I'm sure a coffee maker would be provided. Lovely bathroom and toiletries. We had an early dinner in the River Restaurant, very nice, when we got back from the show a nightcap in the American Bar, cool jazz pianist playing. Complimentary olives and mixed nuts were provided. An excellent way to end the evening.
We had a very leisurely breakfast (more of a brunch) in the Thames Foyer which was superb, we didn't want anything to eat for a long while afterwards. We reluctantly left at lunchtime, it was a memorable experience, expensive for us but well worth saving for. I would recommend it to anyone looking to celebrate a special occasion, or who simply wants to treat themselves or someone close.

Room tip: We were in room 628 which had a great view of the river, you could see both sides, St. Paul's and the more modern buildings beyond on one and National Theatre, Oxo Tower etc. on the other.
Date of stay: January 2013
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TheSavoy, Hotel Management at The Savoy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 February 2013

It sounds as though you had the most perfect, romantic and memorable stay; what a wonderful Christmas present. Thank you for a great review and we hope you and your husband will have another opportunity to visit us in the not too distant future.

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Reviewed 15 January 2013

We visited the world famous Savoy hotel after watching the documentary on the refurbishment.
Staff were very nice and did well to remember your name, not sure how they manage to do this..
Checkin very swift and shown around the room within 5 mins. Location is very good for visiting London, much within walking distance. Room quality very nice. Breakfast was of high standard. Would recommend the American Bar before going out for Dinner. I'd say that they need to provide the Phantom complimentary within 3 mile radius : )

Date of stay: April 2012
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Reviewed 14 January 2013

We booked an American Express special offer for a two-night stay at The Savoy, including breakfast and one lunch or dinner. Having stayed in luxury hotels around the world, I can say that The Savoy really does deserve all the accolades it receives.

Check-in was very smooth: the doorman asked our name and showed us to a member of staff inside, who took us to our suite to check in.

We had booked an Edwardian suite, although this room category isn’t actually listed on The Savoy’s website. We assumed we would be in a Junior Suite, but on arrival we were shown to a One-Bedroom suite: I am not sure whether this is what the Amex offer included or whether we were upgraded. It was on the 8th floor, in the courtyard wing, with views over Waterloo Bridge and The Thames and of the top of the London Eye above the roof opposite: all very pretty, particularly when lit up at night.

The suite consisted of a large, comfortable sitting room, a reasonable-sized bedroom and a nice bathroom with heated floor and lovely toiletries. Two minor criticisms: the wardrobe was too close to the bed, so it was impossible to walk around the bed when the wardrobe doors were open; and I was surprised that the bathroom had a bath with shower above it, rather than separate bath and walk-in shower. But everything had a lovely, luxurious feel about it. There was a speaker for the bedroom TV in the bathroom, which actually worked (I have been in many hotels that have these controls in the bathroom and they almost never work).

We had a plentiful supply of bottled water - two large bottles on arrival and small bottles provided as part of the turn-down service. The shortbread and apple compote was a nice touch, too. There were no tea & coffee making facilities in the suite, but as butler service was included, we simply called our butler in the mornings and he brought us a nice tray of tea, coffee and biscuits.

Breakfast in the River Restaurant was excellent - all prepared to order rather than a self-service buffet, although we wouldn’t have eaten there if it hadn’t been included in the package, as it was very expensive. Staff were friendly and attentive. We also had dinner in the River Restaurant (see separate review). We had cocktails in The American Bar, which is undergoing some refurbishment, so it wasn’t as good as expected. We also had cocktails both nights in The Beaufort Bar, which had a much better atmosphere and selection of cocktails.

I would love to stay at The Savoy again, but will have to wait for another very special offer or a win on the lottery.

Room tip: Better views from higher floors
Date of stay: January 2013
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

We stayed at the Savoy just a few days before christmas, as a birthday treat.

As ever the experience was lovely, from the moment we walked in everything was done so well, with an easy check in and friendly helpful staff. We had specifically requested an art deco room and were not disappointed with the look, feel and finish of the room. They have really captured the style beautifully. The furniture is elegant and comfortable, without crowding out the room. The rooms don't have a kettle, but if you request one it will be delivered to your room, the same applies to ironing boards and irons.

Everything we asked for from room service was delivered promptly, again by very friendly and helpful staff. The only thing we had to wait a little longer for was our luggage to be delivered, but we didn't wait that long.

We had pre-dinner drinks in the American bar, which is a lovely experience in itself with the pianist and soft lighting, we then had dinner in the river restaurant; which was excellent.

Breakfast was included in our rate and this is truely fantastic, the fresh fruit bowl and smoked haddock were particurarly good and well worth a try!

This in not our first stay at the Savoy and certainly won't be our last, the experience is always great. I would thoroughly recommend a stay here, though ideally more than one night would really make the experience even more memorable.

Room tip: Although the view from the art deco rooms is not great, the rooms themselves are well worth a try and give you a feeling of what it might have been like statying there in the 1930!
Date of stay: December 2012
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TheSavoy, Hotel Management at The Savoy, responded to this reviewResponded 1 February 2013

We are delighted to learn that you enjoyed your special birthday treat and greatly appreciate your kind words and compliments. We look forward to warmly welcoming you both once again to The Savoy in the near future.

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