This historic and period property has been fully refurbished to provide modern, highly specified offices comprising c. 26,084 sq ft (2,424 sq m) over lower ground, ground and five upper floors. The building nestles between Strand and the Embankment, in a tranquil position, overlooking Savoy Chapel gardens. Discover more
Savoy Hill House dates back to 1880 and was built by the Savoy Building Company. It has had a number of occupants: ale and stout merchants, the National Providence League, architects, solicitors and in 1884 Turkish baths were licensed in the basement.
The building is accessed through a striking new reception area, leading the way to the ground and five upper floors of new contemporary office space. The refurbishment offers a versatile and flexible solution for occupiers, whilst still retaining the character and feeling of the historic building.
A lunchtime stroll might take in the calm and serenity of the Queen's Chapel Gardens immediately opposite the building or a short walk to Somerset House provides a lesson in Britain's naval past as well as some examples of the world's finest impressionists work.
Savoy Hill House offers flexible space solutions with floor plates from 1,396 sq ft up to 4,598 sq ft. Each floor provides a mix of open plan and private offices, retaining the character of the building.
Providing contemporary high quality finishes, whilst retaining and enhancing the robustness and heritage of the existing building.