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The Dorchester

Park Lane, London, England W1A 2HJ United Kingdom

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The Dorchester - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Fulir opened its doors in spring of 2006. It's located in the very heart of Zagreb, Croatia, only 50 meters from the main square Trg Bana Jela . It's a small, cosy and charming little hostel with only 16 beds providing a warm and friendly atmosphere. The hostel is owned and operated by two 'youths' ...

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Built in 1931 on a site owned by British nobles in the 18th and 19th centuries, The Dorchester still exudes an air of pomp and sophistication. Afternoon tea is traditionally served in the majestic sweep of The Promenade, an opulent lobby that runs the length of the ground floor and is flanked with p...

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Few hotels this opulent manage to be quite so charming. The glamour level is off the scale: 1,500 square yards of gold leaf and 1,100 square yards of marble. Bedrooms (some not as spacious as you might expect) have Irish-linen sheets on canopied beds, brocades and velvets, and Italian marble and etc...

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The Dorchester, in recent years, has benefited not so much from a face-lift as from serious reconstructive surgery. Injected with new life after a 2003 multimillion-dollar renovation, with new spa, new restaurants and new suites, the place positively hums with energy. The endless lobby is now a veri...

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One of London's best hotels, it has all the elegance of The Connaught, but without the upper-crust attitude that can verge on snobbery. Few hotels have the time-honored experience of The Dorch, which has maintained a tradition of fine comfort and cuisi...

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From the day it opened in 1931, The Dorchester was hailed as the most modern and luxurious hotel in London. Its total refurbishment of the late eighties has ensured that it still is. Just peruse the guest list-Woody Allen, Cindy Crawford, Sigourney Weaver, Karl Lagerfeld, Cecil B. De Mille, to name ...

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For many of the world s heads of state, celebrities, and industry leaders, The Dorchester has become a home away from home in London. The highest level of personalized service, with three members of staff per guest room, combined with discreet, friendly efficiency and the latest technology, make The...

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Since the 1930's, The Dorchester has become the definition of sumptuous and supremely comfortable elegance. This landmark hotel with its imposing Art Deco exterior has always embodied the highest of traditional values with spacious rooms and suites of great charm, glorious dining and entertaining an...

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Built in 1931, The Dorchester was designed as the perfect grand hotel; ultra modern in its convenience, traditional in its atmosphere and service. A year after opening, the new hotel was established as a favourite with film stars and society hostesses alike.The Dorchester also boasts The Dorchester ...

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The hotel business has of late become so fashion oriented that it's hard sometimes to remember there was life before the boutique hotel. But as the upstarts slowly move upscale, increasingly incorporating elements of old world luxury alongside their trademark visual flash, one is reminded of the hot...

Overrated - user review
As one of London's most expensive hotels, I'd expect better. The Staff was not so pleasant in my opinion. There was a certain, arrogant attiude about them and they often looked at you like you did not deserve to be there. When we called the bellhop to have our luggage taken down to the car out front...

Expensive Rooms and Rude Staff - user review
For $700 a night, I would expect the best and service and a top notch hotel room, The Dorchester is past it's prime. The room felt a bit worn, and the staff were NO help at all. We moved after two nights to the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, which was also expensive ($825 a night), but much much nicer...

How the Rich Do Chessy - user review
Hotel is past its prime; common areas were unwelcoming and stuffy. The dining room is a terrible example of Tudor. The Tower probably had more ambiance. The waitress had so much bad attitude, I found myself shaking her down by exceeding her level of arrogance. Nobody was eagar to help in this place....

Proper English setting - user review
I read one of the more recent reviews prior to my first trip to the Dochester. Needless to say I went with great trpidation. To my joy, the experience was nothing short of outstanding. Renovations are nearly complete so there is a freshness to the public areas, corridors , and our room was warm and ...

Review - user review
I'd like to visit my gf. the services are good , rooms are fantastic and ...

what you pay for is what you get - user review
Going with a student group we tended to get the lower end of everything because of the student price we paid, but even the lower end of everything was nice and the staff were exc...

lovley expirience - user review
i thought it was a very lovley expirience, my husband and i spent our honeymoon there and were quite pleased with all that it had to offer. it was a very clean and polite enviornm...

Roaches - user review
It is to busy... to expensive for nothing, there is a catch to everything. i will not recomend this place to anyone unless i get a discount next time i even dream of looking your w...

Posh - user review
Perfect location, posh & respectedly not inexpensive. I had to pay for Internet connection separately which was weird for such luxury hotels as Dorchester. maybe next time they can...

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