July 13, 2016
The Savoy has recently unveiled a brand new suite on the riverside of the sixth floor. Open and light-filled the layout of The Savoy Suite exaggerates the unrivalled views of the River Thames and iconic London landmarks, stretching from Westminster and the Houses of Parliament, incorporating Big Ben and the London Eye, and all the way along to the City and Canary Wharf. It was this same spectacular view that inspired Claude Monet to paint his famous series of London bridges as he resided in this same suite for the first of three lengthy stays at The Savoy between 1899 and 1901.
Award-winning designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon and ReardonSmith Architects have returned to head up the design of The Savoy Suite, maintaining the grandeur of The Savoy whilst adding a modern elegance for the 21st century clientele. Edwardian influences are combined with a colour palette of creams, ivories and blacks in keeping with the 1930’s and which run through other areas of the hotel. A bolder, contrasting cinnamon tone provides warmth and complements the wood used throughout the suite.
The Savoy Suite, an Artist’s Residence comprises an entrance foyer, master bedroom, en-suite bathroom and master dressing room, lounge with fireplace and private luxury bar and pantry, and a hydraulic table that can be adjusted for modern, flexible dining. An adjoining suite has been incorporated into the design to make for a more spacious, two-bedroom suite, in recognition of the growing trend of guests requiring larger guest suites. Guests also benefit from 24-hour Savoy Butler service.
Room Size: 130 sq.m to 210 sq.m / 1399 sq.ft. to 2260 sq.ft.
Bed Type: King
View: River View
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