Luxury Hotels: The Dorchester flowingly lives up to its extravagant reputation as one of the most luxurious hotels of London. It is centrally located for easy access to many of area's must-see locations, such as Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery, the Royal Albert Hall and the West End theaters. It also offers great proximity for shopping being near to Bond Street and Knightsbridge. The hotel opened its doors in the 1930s. Although the amenities offered are ultra-modern, including an e-butler, the decorum still provides a thematic touch that revisits that era movingly.
The rooms and suites both are very elegantly appointed. All guests are extended concierge assistance, hotel-limousine and 24-hour room services along with babysitting and a kid's pack, which contains various suggestions for family activities. Many rooms have 42-inch TVs with plasma screens. The high-tech amenities are most impressive. Rooms have high-speed Internet service, Internet radio, UK and
U.S. modems, MS Windows applications, DVD and CD connections, along with music and video on demand.
Multi-line phones, fax, scanner, and copier are also included for those needing to take care of business. The hotel's spa has a fully equipped gym, a sauna, a steam room, and whirlpool-bath treatments. Personal fitness trainers are onboard too.
China Tang is one of the most popular restaurants in London. Additionally, The Grill Room, The Krug Room, and The Promenade are also part of the fine dining experience offered at The Dorchester. The newly renovated Dorchester Bar recently reopened its doors with a glitzy, chic look. The establishment's banquet and meeting rooms can accommodate up to 500 people,
and complete event-planning assistance is provided.
The other luxury hotels that make up the esteemed Dorchester Group Hotels are The Beverly Hills Hotel in California, the Hotel Plaza Athénée and Le Meurice in Paris, and the Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan.
For LxM James Rothaar