67 comfortable rooms, including 11 suites
Room for disabled
Room service around the clock
Free WI-FI Internet
Restaurant «Savoy» (Russian and European cuisine)
Hermitage lobby bar
3 conference rooms
Laundry and dry cleaning
Fitness and Spa
Victor Velichkin — Russian architect, author of the Savoy Hotel in Moscow
Rozhdestvenka street at the beginning of the 20th century
The first guests at the Savoy Hotel
The Salamander planned to open a new hotel with a café on the first floor in its newly acquired property and decided to name the hotel Savoy (probably, referring to the Savoy Alps). Renovation of the building started in 1911 and was supervised by the architect Victor Velichkin. The Savoy Restaurant was sumptuously decorated featuring a rococo interior with the ceiling sported remarkably with irregularly shaped mirrors and paintings. In March 1913 the Savoy Hotel was officially opened with a grand banquet to celebrate the event.
The Savoy restaurant, initially called Savoy French café, was opened eight months later.
After the revolution of 1917, Savoy came under the control of the Moscow Council hotel administration. By 1930 along with the Metropol and the National, it was incorporated into the Hotel All-Union Company, established to provide services for foreigners. From 1958 to its reconstruction in 1989, Savoy was known as the Berlin Hotel. Then it got back its his-torical interiors and the original name.
The Savoy hotel is a proper place for travelers who put at a high value service and comfort. Savoy welcomed world famous celebrities such as Luciano Pavarotti, Jouse Carreras, Patricia Kaas, Richard Gere, Julia Ormond, Dave Brubeck and many others.
Hotel Savoy is a boutique hotel in the very heart of Moscow, offering the best luxury accommodation and amenities. It is located within a walking distance from the major tourist attractions, the Kremlin, Red Square, the Bolshoi and Maly Theaters. After it’s renovation in 2005 the Savoy hotel meets the highest requirements of the hospitality industry. Now it is one of the first designer hotels where the ambience of the old Moscow mansion goes well with all present-day services and comfort.
Alpine Rose restaurant hall on the opening day
Savoy restaurant guests, 1913