Now lavishly renovated, the Dorchester, built in 1931, remains a hotel of world-class renown and repute, pampering its guests with exemplary standards of comfort and service. The grand oval foyer, with its rug-strewn black and white marble floor, bustles with the comings and goings of smartly attired porters, page boys and guests. The splendid floral displays and rows of faux-marble columns with ornate gilt capitals, is very much the heart of the hotel.
Luxurious day rooms are a marvellous place to relax and watch the world go by. You can enjoy everything from a beautifully-prepared snack or afternoon tea in The Promenade , to grand dining in the traditional Grill, 'Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester' or - if the Orient appeals - 'China Tang'.
Business, on a small or large scale can be catered for with both professionalism and discretion, with meeting rooms holding from 16 to 500.
All the bedrooms are sumptuously-comfortable, even singles having queen-size beds. All have all the expected modern amenities, including TV's with satellite channels and plush bathrooms. Some suites resemble luxurious apartments.
It goes without saying that service is first-class.
Breakfast is charged as an extra, on an à la carte basis.
Restaurant - Grill at the Dorchester
This smart restaurant in the Dorchester has had a new breath of life injected by the arrival of chef Brian Hughson.
The menu is now fully in this century, in fact ultra modern in the sense that some... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Ideal for Businesses
- Number of rooms: 250
- Rooms, ensuite: 250
- Price (single room): please enquire
- Price (double room): from £265
- Room Service: 24 Hours
- Mini Bar
- Air conditioned
- DVD Facilities
- Parking: 3 nearby public car parks, phone to enquire
- Passenger Lift
- Rooms for Disabled Guests
- Beauty & Hair Salon
- Gents Hairdresser
- Coffee Shop
- Theatre Desk
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 500
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 500
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Directions: See the map on this page