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Cesar and Marie Ritz opened the London 'Ritz' after Savoy disaster
Richard Carte – D’Oyly was his middle name – was born in London’s Soho on 3 May 1844, The entrepreneur built The Savoy Hotel, L...
In the late 1880s, London's new hotel The Savoy was the most important stepping stone in Ritz’s magnificent career. Here he met the B...
Austrian painter Oskar Kokoschka spent considerable time in London at The Savoy, where he created some of his most famous London works.
Wilde scorned the idea of plumbed-in washstands with running cold and hot water at the Savoy: ‘What is it good for? If I want hot wat...
In 1954, a group of wealthy individuals including Donald Deskey, the fabled designer (among his works the Radio City Music Hall); Harvey Firestone,...Read More
A hotel with two names! The rumor persists that in the 1920s the Prince of Wales influenced the naming of this house. So it was called (see...Read More
If you haven't been to the Metropole, you haven't been to Vietnam!
"The Metropole is one of the last grand hotels of the exotic East. I...Read More
A book of history, stories and memories of all the artists and writers who found inspiration at The Strand. "The Strand" — what a...Read More
'I feel like a million dollars!' became the immortal first impression of a lady walking through the corridors of The Peninsula at...Read More