The Dorchester’s most contemporary event room, The Crystal Suite leads directly from the heart of the hotel. A private entrance lobby features a dramatic sweeping staircase, at the foot of which sits a silver glass encrusted Liberace piano. Art Deco inspired, the walls are covered in a muted silk. Large windows let in natural daylight and impressive views across to Hyde Park.
THE HOLFORD ROOM
The Holford Room is one of the few rooms that retains the exact design of the original 1931 launch of The Dorchester. Traditional oak panelled walls provide a warm foil to the light and airy Orchid Room.
THE ORCHID ROOM
Inspired by Wedgewood china, the Orchid Room has pale blue walls with white cornices, portrayed in an 18th century grand style. Both the Orchid Room and Holford Room are often provided as adjoining reception rooms for events, the rooms also connect to The Ballroom.
THE PARK SUITE
The Park Suite (left and right) are two adjoining rooms just off The Promenade perfect for smaller meetings and dinners, with a full wall of windows overlooking Hyde Park. If walls could talk; a painting which hung in the room when Prince Phillip had his stag night in 1947 remains on the wall today.
The Business Suite comprises three meeting rooms discreetly tucked away on the mezzanine floor, with the largest seating up to 12 people: the Boardroom, the Study and the White Room. In addition, the Executive Lounge provides a quiet, luxurious area for working, relaxing or just thinking, with a comprehensive range of services to support every business requirement. The Business Suite is. The meeting rooms and the Executive Lounge have a complimentary refreshment bar.
Exclusive to The Dorchester Spa is the uniquely named ‘Spatisserie’, an opulent, but intimate space for light lunches, afternoon tea with elegant, bite size cakes, biscuits and pastries, savoury nibbles, and Champagne and Spa cocktails – all reflecting the ethos that ‘a little of what you love is good for you'.
Nestled in the heart of The Dorchester’s kitchens behind a cutting-edge liquid crystal glass wall, the Chef’s Table at The Dorchester strikes the perfect balance between a hidden enclave for private parties, and the chance to participate in one of the most highly regarded kitchens in London. Diners are personally attended by executive chef Henry Brosi who talks through the effect of different foods on palate and wine-tasting, infusing each event with his knowledge and jovial character. Luxurious interiors of scarlet leather, walnut, and steel highlighted with a Baccarat crystal chandelier, candelabra, decanters and glassware set the tone for a variety of occasions from private parties to corporate entertaining.
THE MEDIA ROOM AT 45 PARK LANE
The modern American culinary experience of Wolfgang Puck’s CUT at 45 Park Lane offers private dining or meetings in the Media Room, and comfortably seats 12. Situated on the first floor alongside Bar 45 and The Library, the Media Room's 103" Bang & Olufsen 3D BeoVision screen and surround sound system are perfect for screening live sports events, presentations or the latest film.
THE GRILL AT THE DORCHESTER
First established in 1931, The Grill at The Dorchester quickly gained a reputation as the place to be for the finest grill food in London. In keeping with this original concept, Alain Ducasse’s protégé Christophe Marleix has created new seasonal menus. The restaurant can accommodate groups and private events for up to 30 guests, please view a sample menu here. For an exclusive event in an iconic yet timeless setting, The Grill can be reserved for exclusive use – please contact us for more information.
ALAIN DUCASSE AT THE DORCHESTER
The contemporary French cuisine
of this three Michelin starred restaurant can be enjoyed in three unique private dining rooms
– the Salon Privé and Salon Park Lane – or the Table Lumière, the centre piece of the restaurant fitted with Hermes china and surrounded by 4,500 shimmering fibre optics.