The Dorchester in London’s Park Lane, one of the world’s most desirable 5-star hotels, where HM the Queen announced her engagement: Rates from £404 for two with free room upgrades

The Dorchester needs no introduction for our Members. One of the most desirable places in the world to stay, it has stood, resplendent on its famous site on Park Lane, overlooking Hyde Park, since 1931, entertaining Royalty, premiers and presidents, heroes and film stars with its perfect combination of style and substance. Spacious and elegant, […]

Grange Wellington, smart townhouse hotel in leafy Vincent Square, Belgravia | Rooms from £122 for two with free English breakfast and free room upgrade

Grange Wellington is rather a gem—a smart contemporary townhouse hotel within a magnificent Edwardian building, once home to the College of Theology. It stands in peaceful surroundings next door to Grange Rochester in Westminster’s leafy Vincent Square. It offers an oasis of calm in the heart of Central London, and a sense of history—during its […]

The Chesterfield Mayfair, historic and elegant: Named in London’s Top Ten hotels | Rooms from £205 for two including free English breakfast and free room upgrade

We are pleased to welcome the charming, traditional Chesterfield Mayfair to our London hotels portfolio—an hotel with as rich and illustrious a heritage as any in the world, and current awards naming it in the Top Ten London Hotels. It stands in prime position in Mayfair’s Charles Street, south of Berkeley Square and Shepherd’s Market, […]

The Dorchester’s 45 Park Lane, your Manhattan pad in Mayfair—with complimentary Champagne at its destination restaurant, Cut by Wolfgang Puck

The Dorchester Hotel is to the world of hotels what Chelsea is to football or the Brigade of Guards to the military. Less well known is that The Dorchester has an outstation hotel next door, the glamorous 45 Park Lane. This is a 45-room Art Deco extravaganza with one-to-one service from private ‘hosts’ instead of […]

Lawrence’s Hotel, Sintra: Five-star Royal mansion in the forests and hills above Lisbon, in easy reach of Portugal’s best beach: Stay here in the world’s second oldest hotel, where Lord Byron wrote ‘Child Harold’s Pilgrimage’: exclusive Club rates

Lawrence's Hotel

The Portuguese and Moorish Royal families made Sintra their summer retreat with good reason. While Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, lay languid in the summer sun, not far away in the hills of Sintra the royals would enjoyi the shady cobbled lanes and cool woodlands, the castles and palaces and breathtaking scenery—then take a tram to the […]