Map to Savoy Theatre
Savoy Court, The Strand, London, WC2R 0ET
LocationPart of the building complex that houses the famous Central London hotel, the Savoy Theatre can be found just off The Strand. Above the banks of the River Thames, the theatre is close to Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden’s museums, and the gardens on Victoria Embankment are a peaceful oasis from busy Theatreland. There are plenty of great places to eat in the area, including the Savoy Hotel’s famous restaurants and bars. Due to its Central London location, it is important to check www.tfl.gov.uk before starting your journey to the theatre.
RailCharing Cross Station is about 7 minutes away, on the same road as the Savoy Theatre. Upon exiting the station, turn right onto The Strand, walking ahead to cross Villiers Street and Adams Street. When you reach Savoy Court, turn right. The theatre’s entrance is down the right, before you reach the Savoy Hotel’s main entrance.
TubeThe Bakerloo and Northern lines both stop at Charing Cross Station, which is approximately 7 minutes away from the theatre. From the tube, follow the signs for the main rail station, then exit the station onto The Strand. Turn right and continue along The Strand until you reach Savoy Court on your right. The theatre’s entrance is on the right before you reach the Savoy Hotel.
Embankment tube station is about 10 minutes from the theatre, serving the Bakerloo, Northern, District and Circle lines.
BusMany bus routes stop on The Strand, just a few metres from the theatre. Routes are: 6, 9, 11, 15, 23, 87, 93, 139 and 176.
Additionally, there are several bus stops around Trafalgar Square that are between 10 and 12 minutes away.
CarThe Savoy Theatre is a participant of Q-Park’s Theatreland scheme, which offers a 50% discount on theatre patrons’ parking costs. The nearest Q-Park carpark is in Chinatown, with prices starting at £18 for up to 3 hours, and £24 for 4 hours before the discount is applied.
Located in London’s Congestion Charge Zone, driving in this area costs £11.50 between 7am and 6pm. Patrons can be dropped off outside the theatre in Savoy Court, or on The Strand. There is a taxi rank outside the hotel.
Local Accommodation & Attractions
Restaurants Near the Savoy TheatreGordon Ramsey’s Savoy Grill – Experience classic French & British cuisine in the Savoy Hotel’s luxury restaurant.
Balthazar – An all-day brasserie with in-house artisan breads and patisseries, available for eat-in or takeaway.
Joe Allen’s Theatre Restaurant – New York-style West End bar and brasserie serving brunch, lunch and dinner.
Hotels Near the Savoy TheatreThe Savoy – The classic hotel located in the heart of London. With luxurious rooms and suites, plenty of restaurants and bars, and various other services.
The Waldorf Hilton – Ideally located minutes away from Covent Garden tube station as well as ubiquitous attractions like the British Museum, the Waldorf Hilton is one of London’s most iconic hotels.
The Seven Dials – A little more budget-friendly than many of London’s hotels, the Seven Dials Hotel still offers great service and is well-located.
Victory House Hotel – A boutique hotel found on Leicester Square. Perfectly located for quickly reaching the West End’s theatres with ease.
Other Attractions & LocationsSomerset House – An 18th century house overlooking the Thames, Somerset House is one of London’s foremost working arts centres.
The Clink Prison – One of England’s oldest and most notorious prisons. Now a museum, the Clink is a great hands-on educational experience.
Darnley Fine Art – A diverse gallery of fine paintings from the 16th to the 21st century, with specialisations in portraiture, 19th century Orientalist and David Roberts lithographs.