The Dorchester occupies the most prestigious acre and a half of real estate in the world; in the heart of Mayfair overlooking the glorious green expanse of Hyde Park. The preferred hotel of British society, The Dorchester embodies the highest service values, whilst its design and character exude 1930s glamour with a contemporary edge. Prized for its spacious and beautifully designed rooms and suites, The Dorchester’s restaurants and bars - Alain Ducasse, China Tang, The Grill and The Promenade – also attract Londoners and the glitterati alike. The Dorchester Spa was recently transformed to create the most desirable and indulgent pampering destination in London with a uniquely named Spatisserie for tea and cake.
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The Dorchester is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"The Dorchester is arguably the most popular celebrity hotel, it has hosted everybody from Jennifer Aniston and Jerry Springer to Tom Cruise. The maid got a scare when Michael Jackson opened the door to her dressed as Mickey Mouse and it is the hotel that Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton chose for their honeymoon back in 1964. The hotel has recently benefited from twenty two new suites, designed by Alexandra Champalimaud, like the rest of the hotel they are quintessentially English and display a timeless glamour."
"Stay at the iconic Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane and follow in the romantic footsteps of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Sleep in one of their newly designed suites by Alexandra Champalimaud and enjoy breakfast in bed with heart-shaped toast. Share a bath or shower using aromatic oils supplied especially for the occasion or indulge yourselves in a couple's treatment in the glamorous Art Deco spa. If you can tear yourselves away from your room, sample a 'Love Struck' cocktail at the Bar which includes a lipgloss for the lady."
"A true celebrity favourite, this London institution has seen everyone from Nelson Mandela to Sharon Stone pass through its doors. The Queen even chose to stay there before announcing her engagement to the world and Prince Philip promptly chose it for his stag do. However, fear not, this talked about hotel is also open to mere mortals and this Christmas is a great time to visit and check out its mouth-watering replica gingerbread hotel. Those with a sweet tooth will love The Bar’s winter cocktail; Champagne Shimmer. A heady mix of Snow Queen and vanilla vodka, cranberry juice and Champagne is topped off with a lavish sprinkle of gold dust and stirred with a glitzy pink Dorchester lip gloss – the ultimate tipple for any diva."
"Occupying the most prestigious plot of real estate in the world The Dorchester is one of London’s most iconic hotels. Their ’Family Time’ package includes two interconnecting rooms for the price of one and a free bottle of champagne on arrival. With an A team of nannies, babysitters and concierge waiting to organise your stay you can make sure the whole family make the most of the capital."
"Movie stars have been coming to the Art Deco Dorchester since it opened its doors in 1931. Elizabeth Taylor received her $1million contract for Cleopatra in a bath that has been preserved for posterity. Peter Sellers suffered a fatal heart attack in his room, and Judy Garland gave a press conference with Dirk Bogarde in hers. Several suites have been named in honour of their famous guests."
Information on The Dorchester hotel , Park Lane , London
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Single, Twin/Double, Suites, Roof Suites
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £315.00
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: Yes
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 5 Star
Bang & Olufsen plasma TV, CD player, multi-line telephone, personalised wake-up service and alarm clock, DVD player, Wifi internet access, Air conditioning, 24 hour room service, private bar, Floris luxury toiletries, bathrobes & slippers, 24 hour laundry service, Study desk, daily newspaper, hairdryer
9 treatment rooms, relaxation room, Spa, Fitness studio, Bars, Restaurants, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 9 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 500 delegates
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Theatres, shopping, West End
|Local directions:||Located on Park Lane, opposite Hyde Park and between Marble Arch and Hyde Park Corner tube stations.|
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London Heathrow (14 miles) (45 mins) , London Gatwick (30 mins)
Marble Arch/Hyde Park Corner/Green Park Tibe Stations (1 mile)
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