There are many miles of millionaires in New York. In some sections there are few, in others many; but if all the millionaires living in Greater New York could be gathered together and were to reside on a single street there would be twenty continuous miles of them, perhaps more.
America leads the world in the size and splendor of her hotels is the universal opinion of travelers. The only foreign rivals of the later American hotels are palaces of princes and historic dwellings of the aristocracy. One of the latest additions to the architectural splendor of New York is Hotel Savoy.
Nothing is more remarkable among the many changes that have crept into this end of the century in England than our growing love for, and adoption of, Hotel life and comforts. The wonderfully open situation of the Hotel Savoy, overlooking the River Thames and the Embankment Gardens, makes the rooms bright, fresh, and airy; with the absence of the carriage traffic.