The extraordinary Dorchester Hotel London opened its doors for the first time back in 1931 and it quickly became one of the best hotels in the city. There are 250 guest rooms, which all offer stunning views of either Hyde Park or the terraces of the hotel. The most sought-after spaces include the listed apartments, which were created during the 1950s by Oliver Messel.
Magnificent floral arrangements are placed in the hotel, fresh each day, and they are all created by renowned floral extraordinaire, Phil Hammond. Guests can begin their days at the Dorchester Spa, which offers a large variety of beauty treatments and therapies.
Those who want a quick workout before starting their day can venture over to the fitness center before spending time in the chic relaxation room.
There are multiple restaurants and bars at the Dorchester Hotel London. Earlier in the afternoon, everyone finds themselves inside The Promenade, where afternoon tea is served daily. At the end of a long day, guests can be seen in any of the bars, as they sip either fine spirits or the latest cocktail creation of the bartender. French cuisine is what is on the menu at Alain Ducasse, while it is all about the traditional British cuisine at The Grill.
Number of Bedrooms
- Iconic Hotel
- Luxury Suites
- Views over Hyde Park
- Butler Service
- High Speed Internet
- City Tours
- Spa Facilities
- Business Facilities
Highlights & Reviews
- The Park suites are recommended for their view of Hyde Park. World War II buffs might be interested in the "Eisenhower Suite," home to the famed general and US President during his wartime stay in London.
- Service is courteous, diplomatic and up to speed. Concierge facilities include a dedicated theatre desk manager. The Dorchester Spa features top brands such as La Prairie and Valmont and a treatment menu offering a choice of no less than 22 high-powered facials. The Ballroom is a key venue for black-tie events.
- The 250 rooms and suites rise to the ninth floor – 115 have a view to Hyde Park. Some are decorated in an opulent, chintzy style, but most have been redesigned with a smart, pampering look using restful prints and hues. Standard rooms start with the perfectly enjoyable Deluxe Queen category. Comfort levels are super-high and the bathrooms, glistening with chrome and white marble with deep baths, are among the best in London.
Hotel AddressThe Dorchester
London, England W1K 1QA