Suite Access™ guests will receive a hotel credit equal to 100 units of local currency for each night booked; minimum of two-night stay required. Complimentary breakfast is for two persons, per suite bedroom, per night.
100 units per night
As one of the world’s most iconic hotels, The Dorchester is quite simply the place to be in London Whether you are staying in one of the exquisite rooms and suites, unwinding in the spa, enjoying Michelin-starred cuisine or indulging in an award-winning afternoon tea, you will experience the epitome of timeless glamour. The Dorchester, superbly located in the center of London overlooking Hyde Park, is a favorite choice of celebrities, world leaders, royalty and high society. Spacious and elegant, each room features specially commissioned fabrics, antique furniture and exceedingly comfortable beds, while our white marble bathrooms are said to feature the deepest baths in London. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is the only UK hotel restaurant with three Michelin-stars, putting its creative French cuisine firmly in London’s culinary spotlight. Enjoy the finest pastries with your afternoon tea at The Promenade, British classics at The Grill or visit the hotspot that is China Tang. At The Dorchester Spa, a beautifully designed oasis, indulge in signature spa treatments such as a Carol Joy London facial and an Aromatherapy Associates massage, then unwind in the glamorous Art Deco relaxation room before heading to The Spatisserie for a glass of champagne.
53 Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1QA, United Kingdom
Major art collections and exhibitions can be seen at the Saatchi Gallery, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts and the Design Museum. London also has a rich selection of museums - many of which are only a short distance from the hotel, such as the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), Natural History Museum and the Science Museum. Near the hotel, discover London’s most exclusive shopping areas such as New Bond Street, Old Bond Street, South Molton Street, Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Chelsea.