Sparkles with quintessential style
Built by impresario Richard D’Oyly Cart with profits from his Gilbert and Sullivan operas, the Savoy opened in August 1889. This authentic heritage has had a recent upgrade, with extensive renovations to bring this old lady into the twenty-first century. The famed Art Deco fittings are still there, but now enhanced by discreet technology and modern conveniences like the Vita Audio iPod docking stations and Loewe LCD televisions. Service is as polished as ever, with butlers on call ready to help out with everything from wake-up trays, shopping, and in-room dining to getting hold of that elusive theater ticket. rom the finest restaurants and bars to the most sophisticated rooms and suites, there is no end to The Savoy’s razzle-dazzle.