The Royal Suite by GUCCI

Celebrating its centennial, the house of Gucci teamed up with The Savoy and Christie’s to transform The Royal Suite into a celestial masterpiece.

One hundred years since Gucci’s founder, Guiccio Gucci was employed at The Savoy as a luggage porter and lift boy, his desire to start his own leather goods company has come full circle. The Savoy and Gucci are delighted to commemorate their shared history in a host of creative ways, from design features to exceptional experiences for guests and clients.

The Royal Suite by Gucci

The relationship between the two was first under the spotlight upon the reveal of Gucci’s Aria Collection in April 2021, privately screened locally at The Savoy. The Collection and its presentation included numerous nods to the hotel and its role in shaping Gucci’s mythology. Now, the partnership’s next iteration is the transformation of The Savoy’s Royal Suite into a reflection of the Gucci world, featuring furniture, furnishings, and decorative items from the Gucci Décor collection. In addition, art and antiquities from auctioneers Christie’s have been carefully chosen to complement the aesthetic, which has been conceived to harmonize with the design and heritage of The Savoy.

The Royal Suite by Gucci

Adrien Meyer, Global Head of Private Sales at Christie’s, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity to partner with two iconic luxury brands and brings our Private Sales service to guests of this great London hotel. At Christie’s, the ultimate luxury is to be surrounded by art. Together with Gucci, the Royal Suite at The Savoy will become the most exclusive place to stay in London.”

The Royal Suite by Gucci

All of the items in the Royal Suite added by Gucci and Christie’s will be available for purchase; making the Royal Suite an exceptionally exclusive showroom, as well as one of the most luxurious hotel suites in London, with its parade of rooms spanning the entire length of the fifth floor, giving unrivaled views over The Thames.  The Royal Suite offering includes a dedicated butler, use of The Savoy’s Rolls Royce within a three-mile radius, return transfers, bespoke in-room amenities, and Gucci experiences.

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The Royal Suite by Gucci

The partnership will also see the two brands reveal further initiatives later in the year. Franck Arnold, Managing Director at The Savoy commented, ‘I’m so delighted that The Savoy is partnering with Gucci in such a creative way in the fashion house’s centenary year.  It’s wonderful to bring alive our shared history to contemporary audiences, and we’re excited to unveil a transformed Royal Suite, as well as provide guests with charming experiences and exceptional service that befit two brands with such global renown.

Travelers interested in experiencing The Royal Suite by Gucci can visit www.thesavoylondon.com/savoyxgucci
call 020 7836 4343 or email: [email protected]

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