Dorchester Collection

Restaurants and bars

A feast for the senses. A twist on tradition. A moment to savour. With nine Michelin stars, internationally-renowned chefs and beautiful locations, we know the recipe for perfection. Discover our award-winning bars and restaurants for a dining experience like no other.




The Dorchester

Immerse yourself in the warm ambience of The Grill at The Dorchester and you’ll soon see you’ve found the place to be in London. This autumn sees the restaurant relaunch under fresh young British talent Tom Booton.

Hailed a London institution since 1931, The Promenade at The Dorchester is the very heart of the hotel, where memories are made over afternoon tea.

For real ‘wow’ factor, discover a whole new dining experience at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, where fine dining is taken to the next level with contemporary French cuisine and otherworldly décor. Three Michelin stars are testament to the exceptional experience that awaits.


45 Park Lane

From succulent steak to an American take on traditional afternoon tea, you’ll find only the finest at CUT at 45 Park Lane, Wolfgang Puck’s debut restaurant in Europe. When you step inside, you’ll feel like a privileged member of a private club, where sleek Art Deco interiors come together with an ever-changing showcase of art to remind you this is no ordinary restaurant.

After dinner, buzzing BAR 45 tempts you upstairs, where the cocktails mean business, but are all about pleasure. Make sure to try their famous Negroni – it’s said to be London’s best.


Coworth Park

Dine with views that take your breath away at Michelin-starred Restaurant Coworth Park, where executive chef Adam Smith puts British food on the map with ingredients picked fresh from the garden. For a true taste of the country, cosy up next to a roaring log fire at The Barn, where seasonal dishes and local ales welcome you to country life.

If it’s afternoon tea you’re after, you’ll find the best at the elegant Drawing Room, which invites you to indulge in traditional scones and pastries after long country walks.


Los Angeles

The Beverly Hills Hotel

You’ll feel like a real Hollywood star when you dine at the legendary Polo Lounge, the favourite haunt of LA’s famous faces. Take a seat at Marilyn’s favourite table and indulge in American classics to the soothing sound of smooth jazz.

In the heat of the day, cool off at Cabana Cafe where you can retreat from the sun with poolside cocktails and wood-fired pizzas under the palms. Then as night falls, it’s time to sip a cocktail on the terrace at Bar Nineteen12 as you take in California’s most beautiful sunsets.

Los Angeles

Hotel Bel-Air

At Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, the world-renowned chef showcases the best of modern Californian cuisine, made with seasonal ingredients selected at the local farmers’ market every week. Or find a new favourite cocktail from an extensive list of tempting concoctions at the Bar & Lounge, where a roaring fire, grand piano and wood-panelled walls will transport you back to the Hollywood Golden Age.



Hôtel Plaza Athénée

Five restaurants leave you spoilt for choice and make your stay in Paris one you’ll always remember. French haute cuisine can be found at Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, where the world-renowned chef invites you to discover his contemporary dishes in a futuristic setting of gleaming silver and glittering crystal.

A lively atmosphere awaits at Le Relais Plaza, where Art Deco chic and monthly jazz nights have made this one of avenue Montaigne’s ‘it places’ since 1936. Here you can enjoy traditional brasserie dishes showcasing the finest ingredients from land and sea.

In summer, dine beneath the red parasols at intimate courtyard La Cour Jardin, a picture-perfect haven that’s the epitome of Parisian charm, or take a seat at La Terrasse Montaigne, the perfect spot for sipping a coffee as you watch the world go by on avenue Montaigne.


Le Meurice

Dining is an art, and Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse has created a masterpiece. Sparkling crystal chandeliers hang with classic frescoes, while the refined, contemporary cuisine of Alain Ducasse presents a real feast for the senses. This is French dining at its finest.

At Restaurant Le Dalí you’ll spot the quirky touches and lasting legacy of its famous namesake, but it’s the exquisite brasserie dishes that take centre stage. For the perfect finale, Cédric Grolet serves up a spectacular parade of pastries and sweet treats for our legendary Tea Time.



Hotel Principe Di Savoia

The glow of Murano. The smooth sounds of live jazz. The atmosphere at Acanto Restaurant feels like a real Milanese dream. Authentic Italian dishes are creatively reimagined by the talented Alessandro Buffolino, prepared in an open kitchen which offers a glimpse of the team at work.

For drinks, the vibrant Principe Bar is where an aperitivo turns into dancing the night away. Take a seat around the piano and enjoy live music and cocktails late into the evening.


Hotel Eden

Offering a quiet retreat from the city’s bustling streets, two rooftop restaurants at Hotel Eden serve exquisite Italian cuisine with views to match. Look out over St Peter’s dome as you enjoy all-day dining at Il Giardino Ristorante, or discover the Michelin-starred delights at La Terrazza, where you can take a glimpse at the chefs at work.

Il Giardino Bar is the place to be for aperitivo drinks as you watch the sun set over the city and enjoy daily live music. Alternatively, head downstairs where you’ll find the finest coffee and cocktails at La Libreria.