53 Park Lane,
Spa & Leisure
Exuding 1930s Art Deco glamour, combined with a contemporary edge, the spa’s design is inspired by the iconic British style of The Dorchester. Unique aspects include a chandelier of south-pacific pearls and an indulgent Spatisserie with the ethos ‘a little bit of what you love is good for you’. The Fitness Studio is equipped with TechnoGym resistance equipment and cardio vascular equipment as well as free weights, Swiss Balls, a Bosu Ball and various Medicine Balls. There’s also a steam room and experience showers.
In nine treatment rooms, choose from a range of anti-ageing techniques by La Prairie and Dr. Barbara Sturm, luxury treatments by Aromatherapy Associates and other worldwide leading skincare experts including Kerstin Florian and Valmont, or luxuriously relaxing and rejuvenating signature facials are by Carol Joy London. There’s also a Barber Shop, two double suites, a manicure-pedicure suite, a sleek relaxation room, male and female aromatic steam rooms and male and female experience showers.
Hotel & Accommodation
As one of the world’s most iconic luxury hotels, The Dorchester is both in one of London’s most prized locations as well as being one of the most beautiful places to spend time. Spacious, luxurious 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. It’s the place to have the finest pastries with your afternoon tea at The Promenade, or visit the hotspot that is China Tang – an authentic Cantonese restaurant and bar, or The Grill, established in 1931 and buzzing with a vibrant atmosphere.