July 5, 2010
Guestroom at the Savoy.
The landmark Savoy hotel, in London, will reopen its doors on Oct. 10, following a lengthy renovation.
Managed by Fairmont Hotels, the Savoy closed in December, 2007, for a restoration that encompasses the entire building, from the entrance and the American Bar to Savoy Grill and the 268 guestrooms and suites.
Sure to be on the radar of meeting and event planners, the renovated Savoy will feature a remodelled River restaurant, the addition of a two-bedroom Royal Suite and the re-launch of 38 suites and guestrooms with views of the River Thames.
New to the hotel will be the art-deco Beaufort Bar offering champagne, cocktails and cabaret, and a shop selling Savoy tea, accessories and fresh pastries.
There will also be a glass-enclosed fitness gallery and rooftop swimming pool.
Within the Thames foyer, a winter garden gazebo beneath an ornate glass dome will host afternoon tea.
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