Wall art and furnitures from Dorchester Collection Hotels

Dorchester Collection

Immerse yourself in art

Art has a unique power all of its own, orchestrated by a myriad of outstanding artists from diverse genres. It has the capacity to fascinate and inspire us, offer fresh perspectives, and spark intense emotions. In celebration of this, our hotels act as living canvases.

We invite you to discover the unique role art plays at all of our hotels.


45 Park Lane Lobby
London, UK

45 Park Lane

Art is deeply embedded in our DNA at 45 Park Lane. The hotel is gallery for groundbreaking British artists, a place where you can view both ever-changing exhibitions and our own permanent collection. Our art concierge will be happy to be your personal guide.

Lobby area of Le Meurice Paris
Paris, France

Le Meurice

From Dalí to Warhol, many of the greatest artists and thinkers of our age have found inspiration within the walls of Le Meurice, and now it’s your turn. Experience our playful sense of creativity by taking an art treasure trail of our most prized works – expect the unexpected.

La Libreria at Hotel Eden with artworks by Italian fashion illustrator Andrea Ferolla
Rome, Italy

Hotel Eden

An innate sense of Italian style and flair is evident from the moment you arrive at Hotel Eden. Fashion illustrator Andrea Ferolla has carefully curated an eye-catching art collection at La Liberia, inspired by life at the hotel. We’re also introducing a series of art workshops and temporary exhibitions to look forward to.


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Art insights come in many forms at Dorchester Collection Moments – be it highlights of the Louvre with Sabine de La Rochefoucauld, our pick of LA’s leading commercial art galleries, or explore a roundup of museums in Rome’s Villa Borghese – we’re always adding fresh stories to pique your interest.

Explore our latest art stories

Musee du Louvre et Pyramide de Ieoh Ming Pei c Musee du Louvre Olivier Ouadah
La Maison Rose at Montmartre

Follow in famous footsteps

With lively dialogue and juicy anecdotes, follow in the footsteps of legendary artists with our exclusive guided tours through Paris and Rome. ‘Picasso’s Montmartre’ launched last year and ‘Rodin – Love and Torment’ launches soon, followed by ‘Caravaggio – Rebel and Rome’.

Explore our legendary artist tours


Art-inspired stays

Many of our suites have their own unique tales to tell and all have a distinctive artistic flair. Some are inspired by those who made us their home second home, such as Dalí at Le Meurice, others highlight the artists who created them, including The Oliver Messel Suite at The Dorchester and the Paul R Williams Suite at The Beverly Hills Hotel.

Explore our suites

The living room inside the Oliver Messel Suite at The Dorchester


Artist Seth Kinmont's catastrophic sculpture

Seth Kinmont – The Catastrophics

Commissioned specifically for Hotel Bel-Air and inspired by the estate’s Eden-like atmosphere, contemporary artist Seth Kinmont’s 12 small-scale, cast aluminum sculptures reflect some of his favourite rare works by contemporary and modern artists.

He then projects these objects millions of years into the future, transformed by the changing climate yet still emanating presence and meaning, becoming new forms. Kinmont’s work was commissioned by leading private curator and art advisor Jim Hedges of Hedges Projects, based in Los Angeles and Paris.

portrait of grace jones

David Bailey – Vision and Sound

David Bailey is recognised as one of the pioneers of contemporary photography, creating some of the most compelling images of the 20th century. Presented in collaboration with Dellasposa Gallery, this exciting new exhibition brings together his iconic portraits of legendary musicians, tracing movements from jazz and early rock-and-roll to punk, Britpop, and hip-hop captured over the past six decades.


Meet, learn, discover

We’re happy to arrange bespoke experiences for you during your stay, to help make your time with us even more memorable. Can we entice you with your own arty tour of Le Marais or maybe exclusive access to a masterpiece in Milan?

Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it.

Andy Warhol

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