The Dorchester has been at the heart of luxury life in London since it opened in 1931. A favourite of everyone from royalty to Kate Moss, this gorgeous 1930s building overlooks Hyde Park and has plenty of stories to tell.

Accommodation wise, guests are spoilt for choice. All rooms come with marble bathrooms and views over Mayfair or Hyde Park but book a suite for your own terrace and a chauffeur.

Those looking to soak up the atmosphere of Mayfair will also love a relaxing soak in the deepest baths in London while foodies will revel in dining at the only three Michelin star restaurant in the city - Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. Drink, dine and dance at the hotel’s China Tang (another Kate Moss and London Fashion Week favourite) or indulge in one of the capital’s most regal afternoon teas, which has been a daily ritual for 85 years.

The Dorchester Spa is one of the finest spas in the UK and it also includes the Spatisserie, where you can nibble on elegant tiny cakes and biscuits, spa cocktails and Champagne - because a little bit of what you love is good for you. We won’t tell if you won’t.

If you’re after a timeless wedding, the Dorchester can provide the perfect elegant backdrop, whether you’re invited a handful or hundreds. The 1930s ballroom has its own private entrance, the honeymoon penthouse was inspired by Sleeping Beauty and even Prince Philip held his stag do here in 1947.

The Ballroom has one of the largest capacities in London - up to 500 people for a seated dinner and has its own entrance. Or take over the Orchid and Halford rooms, two elegant Regency style rooms with an intimate feel which work connected to each other to seat just over 200. A small wedding party will love the Penthouse and Pavilion option which has its own terrace, fountains and views across Mayfair. It works for parties of around 50.

There’s no set menu or package at The Dorchester, design your perfect wedding menu with your own chef and florists, sommeliers and event designers will plan everything down to the most minute detail and execute it effortlessly. It was good enough for Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor who spent their honeymoon here in the 1970s. The hotel even has its own wedding Pinterest board for inspiration.

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