Private Dining at The Savoy

££££
Up to 100
Modern European

About The Savoy

Description

It is almost impossible to find someone (at least in the UK) who hasn’t heard of the iconic hotel The Savoy. Located on the Strand and a integral part of London’s history, holding an event in one of its many private dining rooms is bound to impress even the fussiest of clients.

Depending on the size of your meeting or event, The Savoy has a dining room to cater to almost anyone. From the small and well-lit Sorcerers room which was created in the 1920s and has a magical feel about it especially at night, to the bigger West Room with space for up to 100 people, The Savoy caters to all.

For those looking for an in-between the Iolanthe room is the ideal for longer corporate business meetings. With the most natural light of all the private dining rooms flooding in, luxurious wood panelling along the walls and stunning stone pillars this opulent room means business but still looks stylish and inviting.

For more intimate evening events, The Mikado Room is a medium sized room that can be paired with the Sorcerer room if needed but is just as impressive on its own.  With art-deco style mirrors, comfy seating and wooden panelled walls (a prominent theme in the Savoys’ private dining rooms) this room has a welcoming and inviting feel to it.

Perhaps the most opulent of all the dining rooms, the Venetian themed Gondoliers Room pays homage to Italian design with intricate murals painted on the walls, great lighting and stunning table décor this room is best suited to dinners as the art-work you’re surrounded by is to beautiful not to look at.

Other rooms worth mentioning are the Pinafore and West rooms for when you want to entertain a larger number of guests at this incredibly iconic London landmark.

Good to know about The Savoy

Average Price
££££ - £50 - £79
Cuisines
Modern European
Ambience
Cosy, Fine dining, Luxury, Traditional, Unique

The Savoy room options

Gondoliers

Gondoliers

38 seated capacity

The Venetian look and feel of Gondoliers’ luxurious surroundings and appointments afford an air of elegance and opulence to cocktail parties and special dining occasions. The present décor was inspired by archive photographs of original private dining room interiors, taken around 1910.

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Iolanthe

Iolanthe

18 seated capacity

Iolanthe is elegantly panelled in light oak and suitable for dining and business meetings. It was a favourite of Sir Winston Churchill who regularly lunched here with his Cabinet during World War II. So that he could have a nap after lunch, a bedroom at the hotel was kept on permanent standby for him. This was one of the original private dining rooms when The Savoy opened in 1889.

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Mikado

Mikado

20 seated capacity

Created around 1928, Mikado retains its original décor which is appropriately themed with Japanese prints and black-edged wooden panelled walls, a reference to the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta from which it takes its name.

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Pinafore

Pinafore

50 seated capacity

This is one of the Savoy’s original private dining rooms. The décor, featuring wooden panelling, was designed by Basil Ionides in 1926. Views towards the Thames provide a distinguished setting.

Pinafore is well known as the place where ‘The Other Club’ meets regularly while Parliament is in session. The club was founded by Sir Winston Churchill and Lord Birkenhead in 1910 for distinguished figures from the world of politics and the media.

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Princess Ida + Patience

Princess Ida + Patience

38 seated capacity

Overlooking the Thames, this room has a double name because it was originally two separate private dining rooms when the hotel opened in 1889. The wall between the rooms was removed in 1935, but otherwise the décor appears much as it would have been when the hotel first opened.

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Sorcerer

Sorcerer

10 seated capacity

Sorcerer is the smallest of the private dining rooms. It is an intimate and personal space, perfect for a dinner or as a reception area for Mikado to which it is connected. This room was first converted to private dining in the late 1920s.

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West Room

West Room

100 seated capacity

The West Room is located on the first floor of Simpson’s in the Strand and is a delightfully light and elegant space with Wedgwood friezes and a high domed ceiling.

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Kaspar

Kaspar's

14 seated capacity

The Private Dining Room at Kaspar’s at The Savoy hosts up to 14 guests in an elegant room located just off the restaurant, with views of the River Thames. Whilst the room is technically semi-private, this exclusive space in the heart of London offers great privacy as it has a small doorway with limited visibility from the restaurant.

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Location for The Savoy

Strand, London, WC2R 0EU

020 7420 2305

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