Old Hollywood glamour and a distinct 1930’s vibe combine to make The Dorchester one of the most prestigious hotels in London.
Situated in the centre of Mayfair and a stone’s throw away from the green gardens and tendered lawns of Hyde Park, The Dorchester is established to evoke a romanticism long gone in the age of computers and concrete buildings. Attracting people from all walks of British society and international celebrities, a trip to its swanky restaurants, chic bars and its luxurious spa is an occasion in itself. So guys pick up your suspenders and girls start applying your red lipstick and slip into a frilly dress, for The Dorchester beckons.
With a collection of beautifully decorated rooms and suites to choose from you will never go without sleep in this palace. The Dorchester’s 1930’s aesthetic echoes in all of its rooms combined with modern services amenities unparalleled in the rest of London. Of course a place that attracts many of the elite needs to have luxury suites and The Dorchester boasts three of the finest suites that you will ever cast your eyes on.
The Roof Suites of The Dorchesters show off luxury to its highest extent. Complete with your own personalised butler service, a terrace with a spectacular view of London, fresh flowers and complementary fruits, chocolates and macaroons upon arrival, you will surely never want to leave.
For the ultimate word in relaxation the completely refurbished Dorchester Spa offers treatments by internationally acclaimed experts and also features its own Barber Shop and Hair Salon. If that’s not enough to make you feel like you’re on cloud nine, the recently established ‘Spatisserie’ offers afternoon tea complete with delicately made pastries, scones and the best Champagnes and cocktails to make your time simply exquisite.
A visit to London is not complete without experiencing the authentic national pastime: high tea (said with a British accent). Yes, the British high tea served with scones and jam, a delectable selection of pastries, and all the sandwiches, champagne and of course teas that you can choose from. The Dorcehster provides this meal five times a day in the Promenade and three times a day in the Spatisserie.
For the gourmands, a taste of award winning international cuisine awaits you in one of The Dorcehster’s four restaurants that cater to all your likings. The Grill features the best of British cuisine and Alain Ducasse serves up the finest French banquets in London while the China Tang offers classical Cantonese dishes for people seeking oriental delicacies. However, for the best cocktails and classic atmosphere then the Bar at the Dorchester and the Promenade Bar offers award-winning cocktails with an elegant environment to sip your drinks and kick up your heels.With its modern facilities, luxuriously decorated rooms and friendly services, The Dorchester is the epitome of elegance in a city buzzing with culture and timelessness.
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