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Luxury travels: The Savoy’s Royal SuiteTuesday 30 June 2015
The Savoy’s Royal Suite is the biggest suite at the hotel and it is unusual and “when you wake up in the morning and look out the window you will see Big Ben, so you’ll definitely know that you are in London” says The Savoy Hotel Head butler, Sean Davoren.
The entrance to the Royal is stunning, this suite provides a dining room area for 12 people, a kitchen fully equipped, a jacuzzi bath with steam shower, closet space and the master bedroom. The mattress is a great feature of the master bedroom, it is handmade, costs 25.000 pounds and the finishes have cashmere. It is indeed a princess or king bed!
Refurbished at a cost of over £2.5 million, The Savoy’s Royal Suite is one of the capital’s finest and most well-appointed accommodations. Spread over the front of the entire 5th floor, the suite’s enfilade arrangement makes the most of the dramatic views over the River Thames. It is placed in a very special locations that will give you the best views over the city of London, from Canary Wharf to the Houses of Parliament and beyond with 7 of London’s bridges visible.
The elegant proportions and stately procession of rooms complement the sumptuous furnishings and beautiful artwork of the Edwardian interior to create a Royal Suite that is literally fit for a king. Guests enter through a marble foyer, off which opens a beautiful wood-panelled office with inspiring views of London and stylish office equipment. Guests then proceed through to a comfortable sitting room and a separate dining room that seats up to 8 people and has a light, airy interior influenced by English formal gardens. The master bedroom is positioned adjacent to a large, walk-in dressing room with cedar-lined wardrobes & a spacious, ensuite, his & hers bathroom with a deep, soaking tub and a steam shower.
The suite also includes a service kitchen – ideal for those travelling with a personal chef. For those travelling without staff, a Savoy butler is on hand 24 hours a day exclusively for guests staying in The Royal Suite. Combining the skills of a traditional private butler with the efficiency and knowledge of a 21st century personal assistant, the Savoy butler will ensure seamless, dedicated, personalised service. The latest in entertainment technology is provided by a bespoke multi-room media system.
The suite can have a second, generously-proportioned guestroom with ensuite bathroom and stunning London views and it is in one of the most luxurious hotels in town: The Savoy Hotel. Do not miss the opportunity to have the best travel experience at The Savoy’s Royal Suite.
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