The Savoy, is a historic luxury hotel in the hill station, Mussoorie, in Uttarakhand state of India, owned by Mr. Kishore Kaya and Managed by the ITC Hotels. Established in 1902, built in English Gothic architecture style mostly in wood, the hotel is spread over 11 acres (45,000 m2) with 50 rooms at present, and overlooks the Himalayas. After the railway reached Dehradun in 1900, Mussoorie became more popular, and was the chief summer resort for European residents of the British Raj, from the plains of the United Provinces.Its bar, known as the 'Writer's Bar' remained famous for many decades after the independence of India in 1947.
At its height during the British Raj, according to a recent reviewer, "when the town itself was known as "the pleasure capital of the Raj", the Savoy Hotel was the place either to stay (if you could afford it) or to be seen (if you couldn't)".
Although the hotel gradually fell into disrepair and dwindling fortune after the 1960s, as newer hotels started flourishing in the town, and there were fewer Raj nostalgia travellers, it saw its fortunes revived after 2000 and it was bought by Mr. Kishore Kaya and managed by the ITC Hotels in 2009. Subsequently, the interiors of Savoy Mussoorie were designed by Fabinteriors in the year 2013 which gave it further recognition among the new generation travellers.
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