Savoir Beds began in The Savoy, London’s first luxury hotel, back in 1905. To provide his guests with the ultimate night’s sleep, owner Richard D’Oyly Carte commissioned prestigious upholsterer James Edwards Limited for The Savoy Bed.
Through the decades, this original design was slept in by the rich and famous, from Winston Churchill to Marilyn Monroe. Renowned for its cloud-like comfort, this bed is still made today as the Savoir No.2. Bed.
To ensure exclusivity, the Savoy Group bought the bedworks in the 1930s. It didn’t change hands until 1997, when Savoir Beds was born, preserving the company’s extraordinary heritage and skills for future connoisseurs of comfort.