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Welcoming you back to The Savoy

We are just thrilled to be able to welcome you back this December and look forward to creating the most wonderful Savoy memories. This year has been challenging for so many, but festive celebrations, delicious food and drinks in a setting as beautiful and magical as The Savoy at Christmas will undoubtedly fill you with cheer!

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Festive Wishes from The Savoy

This is a very different year and so our festive theme is different too. The focus is kindness and community – with some Savoy sparkle! We’re giving you the opportunity to recognise the kindness of others and make a special Savoy wish for them. By doing so you will support two communities who have particularly suffered during the pandemic.

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We can now bring The Savoy to you! Our team are busily adding to the range of fabulous Savoy delicacies available for delivery within an 8-mile radius or for collection from the hotel. We have launched with our celebrated afternoon tea and a most delicious Norfolk Bronze turkey feast.

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From a Champagne Afternoon Tea in the Thames Foyer to a romantic overnight stay at The Savoy or an indulgent dinner in one of our renowned restaurants, our Savoy gift experience vouchers are the perfect gift for couples, friends, and family. Our gift vouchers have a validity of 24 months and can be delivered by post directly to you or your loved ones, or by email, for those last-minute gifts.

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New life is being projected for a run-down former movie theater on the East Side noted for its glazed terra-cotta facade. A group of black media professionals has purchased the former Sattler Theatre, 512-516 Broadway, one mile east of Main Street, to serve as its headquarters and presentation space. The nonprofit group paid $40,000 to acquire the building from God’s Holy Temple and will seek to raise more than $1 million for its restoration, according to Michael Quinniey, chairman of Western New York Minority Media Professionals. The theater, near Jefferson Avenue, opened in 1914 as a 928-seat movie theater at a cost of $35,000 on the site of the wood-frame Casino Theatre. Click image to see interior pictures. It was commissioned by John G. Sattler, who also owned Sattler’s Department Store at 998 Broadway. The Sattler was designed in the Beaux Arts style by Henry Spann, who later designed North Park Theatre on Hertel Avenue and the former Savoy Theatre on William Street, the longtime home of the Buffalo Criterion newspaper. The Sattler changed hands in 1920 and was rechristened the Broadway Theatre, later known as Basil’s Broadway. The white terra-cotta building, which has been shuttered for 12 years, with its entrance and windows boarded up, retains decorative patterns accented in blue, red, yellow and green. The building became Muhammad’s Mosque 23 in the mid-1960s and was purchased and occupied by God’s Holy Temple from 1976 to 1984. The building was leased to Joy Temple Church from 1987 to 1996.
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