The Savoy Hotel Have Opened Their Luxurious Riverside Suites For Private Dining

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The Savoy Hotel are taking ‘dinner with a view’ to a whole new level.

Nestled in the heart of the West End, you’ll find The Savoy. This luxurious five-star hotel has just reopened its doors after lockdown, and they have some exciting changes in store for us. Under the circumstances, not all of their bars and restaurants are currently open, but Gordon Ramsey’s Savoy Grill and the legendary Beaufort Bar are thankfully up and running. Alternatively, if you fancy a more intimate dining set-up, you can now have a whole Savoy suite to yourself for the evening.

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While guests travel far and wide to stay in this lavish hotel, often paying thousands for their visit, you can now get in on the action for a fraction of the price – as the Savoy are now offering a private dining experience for two inside their riverside suites.

You and a guest can take over one of their finest rooms for the evening and enjoy an opulent five-course meal. You’ll definitely be wined, dined and dazzled by the view of the River Thames. This is perfect for those that want to experience the life of a Savoy guest without actually staying overnight. You’ll have to leave by 10pm, but that’s plenty of time to soak up all the Savoy has to offer. Another perk is that you won’t have to pay hotel prices!

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That isn’t to say that dinner will be cheap, you’ll definitely have to splash some cash. A meal for two inside one of these suites will cost you a grand total of £300. On the bright side, it usually costs £2000 to stay in one of these rooms – so essentially, you’re saving money. It’s all about perspective…

There are three rooms available for dinner each each night, so head to their website to book a room before they’re all gone!

Find The Savoy on The Strand, WC2R 0EZ. Nearest stations are Charing Cross and Temple.

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