What is involved in The Savoy’s turndown service?

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Guests returning to their rooms at The Savoy at sundown can expect to feel well prepared to sleep. The curtains are drawn, fully blocking the light — and perhaps the view of the Thames River — from the room. All lights are turned off, except for the bedside lamps, and the bed is neatly turned down with pillows placed flat. Bottled water — it’s the guest’s choice of still or sparkling — is placed on the nightstand, and slippers are laid out on the floor. A bookmark displaying a historical fact about the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is presented to each guest, as well.

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