The Dorchester Park Lane

The Dorchester Hotel,
Park Lane, London

Sir Robert McAlpine created a vision for what he considered to be the perfect hotel. His vision became a reality when The Dorchester opened its doors on April 18, 1931. The state-of-the-art design was built in record time over 18 months, at the speed of a floor a week, to become the world’s first hotel to be constructed from reinforced concrete.

To date, The Dorchester remains one of the best-loved hotels in the country delighting its guests.

Accommodation:- Rooms
The spacious 250 rooms and suites rise to the ninth floor offering views of Hyde Park or historical Mayfair.

Standard rooms start with the perfectly enjoyable Deluxe Queen category. Simply, accommodation of cossetted intimacy or utter majesty; bathrooms glistening with chrome and marble baths, famous for being the deepest in London.

Room options include: Double –  Suite – Studio

Dining:- Food and Drink
London’s finest restaurants, all under one splendid roof offering the greatest variety of options.

For memorable tastes matched with superb service, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester offers three Michelin-star French cuisine served in a hushed atmosphere delivering exquisitely prepared masterpieces to remember forever.
The flamboyance lies in the dishes, such as the signature “Saute Gourmand of Lobster” and “Baba like in Monte-Carlo” dessert with its choice of five rums; ask to see the kitchens, where chefs beaver away in their smart white toques.

The Grill, London’s revamped restaurant in the heart of The Dorchester, presents the youngest Head Chef in the history of the hotel – Tom Booton. Be prepared for his interpretation of a modern-day British grill, with a vibrant atmosphere to match.

China Tang serves authentic Cantonese cuisine in rooms designed to evoke seductive style of 1930s Shanghai.

Rumoured to be as long as Nelson’s Column is high, The Promenade, plush all-day venue that is good for breakfast and afternoon tea or light dinner.
Guests can also choose between The Bar, the Promenade Bar and China Tang for a pre-dinner or a nightcap.

Value for Money
Double rooms from around £500 inclusive of VAT and Full English Breakfast for two.
( This may fluctuate depending on the day of the week for your special celebration ).

In order to make it special occasion, guests love to take the advantage of the fabulous dining around the Hotel.
Here is what’s on offer:
 

  • The Grill – 3-course menu would be a supplement charge of £110.00 for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.
  • Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester Tasting menu would be a supplement charge of £300.00 for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.
  • China Tang – Dim Sum afternoon Tea would be a supplement charge of £92.00 for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.
  • Promenade Traditional Afternoon Tea would be a supplement charge of £120.00 for a couple or
    Champagne Afternoon Tea at £138.00 extra for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.

In addition, guests will be able to join activities the Hotel hosts on site, dates and details to be reconfirmed closer to the date;
Currently on offer are*:

  • History walking tour around the Hotel and Mayfair.
  • Treatments at the Spa
  • Masterclasses with our Head Chef
  • Cocktail masterclasses with our mixologists
  • Flower masterclasses with our in house florist
  • Sunrise Yoga
  • Sightseeing trip around London in one of our Classic Cars (1964 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine or 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud 3)
Price Per Night

£P.O.A.

Welcome to the Dorchester

Fine Dining at The Dorchester

The Promenade at The Dorchester

The Dorchester, The Promenade

Rooms at The Dorchester