45 Park Lane Dorchester Collection is a vibrant beacon of contemporary culture in a luxury hotel. An invigorating blend of art and landmark architecture in the middle of classical London. An intimate, glamorous hotel where you’ll feel more like a member of the most luxurious club in town. Strategically located in London's exclusive Mayfair on Park Lane (between Marble Arch and Hyde Park Corner), 45 Park Lane is within easy access to London's most exclusive shopping areas. Many of London's main attractions, including the British Museum and Buckingham Palace, are also easily accessible by car and public transport.
A host for every room - You’re a guest, not a room number. As unique as a fingerprint, with your own plans, needs, and expectations. Because of this, 45 Park Lane offers an unprecedented approach to service during your stay. Your very own host will be on hand as butler, concierge, and personalized bank of useful knowledge. Think of it as a personal assistant around the clock, offering Dorchester Collection’s excellent standards of genuine care.
Rooms & Suites - Fresh, modern, and ultra-luxe, with just 45 spacious rooms and suites, alongside the magnificent penthouse, each guest room overlooks the royal Hyde Park, and those on higher floors enjoy panoramic views across London. The hotel design was modeled on a private residence, creating a sublime feeling of cossetted intimacy combined with complete discretion and privacy. A thoroughly modern twist, Art Deco in style, yet contemporary in attitude, these handsome rooms gleam with modern luxury. Clean lines and bold design add shape to buttery soft fabrics. Sensual curves reflect in sparkling mirrored detail. These are rooms with a 1920s heart, dipped in ultimate comfort. Views of Hyde Park from every room all of London waits to be seen. Choose to gaze at verdant Hyde Park or the bustle of Park Lane, or look even further, across London’s famous skyline.
Dining - ''CUT at 45 Park Lane'' - The most vibrant blend of a succulent menu, sleek design, and fascinating art. This cool twist on the modern American steak restaurant is a delight for the senses. The place to be - Positioned at the very heart of the hotel, CUT at 45 Park Lane is a lively delight. From here, you can watch the endlessly fascinating buzz of the lobby or the exciting hum of London beyond the windows. ''CUT Out''- There’s something magical about those crisp winter evenings in London when the nights call for cocktails, friends, and good times. Now, for the first time, unveiling an intimate outdoor terrace for al fresco dining and cocktails in the heart of vibrant Mayfair.
''BAR 45'' - The dynamic atmosphere of the eponymous BAR 45 makes this the ideal Central London venue for cocktail sipping and people watching. Manhattan in London The bar’s interior has a contemporary and modern feel. The rich color scheme and blend of textures result in a sophisticated space, which exudes both glamour and comfort. The beautiful drinks trolley - It’s fun to sit at the bar, but why not have the bar come to you? BAR 45 has a celebrated Negroni drinks trolley, offering this cool cocktail in fresh and fun ways. A true epicurean experience - The bar menu of ‘Rough CUTs’ by Wolfgang Puck includes succulent Wagyu sliders, Dorset crab rolls, and delicious fries. And they all go down terribly well with a glass of rare liquor or something from the extensive wine list.
''45 Park Lane Afternoon Tea'' - An indulgent American-style afternoon tea, like you’ve never experienced before. A seriously delicious array of savory and sweet American treats. A taste of America - Spend a memorable afternoon dining on a selection of delights, including the famous Wagyu beef sliders and mac & cheese created exclusively by the team? Without a traditional sandwich in sight. Relaxed lounge music also adds a modern vibe. Sweet treats galore - Sip your banoffee milkshake and let the sweet treats begin. Which one will you try first, the much talked about crème brûlée doughnut or the mouth-watering key lime pie? Maybe you’ll go for the chocolate peanut butter bar or a red velvet cake by the pastry chef, Niamh Larkin.
Art exhibitions at 45 Park Lane - 45 Park Lane is a potent, living canvas for an evolving collection of work by contemporary British artists. Art is good for the soul. It makes you look, think, imagine. Art takes you to new places, offers fresh perspectives, raises questions. It makes you feel. As part of this ethos, every space at 45 Park Lane is a potent, living canvas of contemporary British artists or a collection of it´s. Inviting you to explore them at your leisure, to find yourself, to lose yourself.
An Exciting Past - 45 Park Lane has lived various lives, including one particularly glamorous adventure as The Playboy Club. Nicknamed ‘the hutch on the park,’ this was a fashionable 1960s hangout for London’s rich and famous. History of 45 Park Lane - From the origins as Mayfair’s most exclusive 1960’s nightclub to the prime location on Park Lane, discover how they became the London hotel where art meets contemporary style. Park Lane was first developed around 1720 and is now the heart of Mayfair, the most prestigious London area. The road itself was originally a simple country lane on the boundary of Hyde Park, separated by a brick wall. Notable Park Lane residents in the early days included the Duke of Wellington at Apsley House, the Dukes of Somerset at Somerset House, and the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli at number 93.
The building dated back to the early 1960s and was designed by Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus school, and a pioneer of modernist architecture who also designed the iconic MetLife Building in New York. In 1965 the building became the famous London Playboy Club, and at its peak, it was the most successful casino in the world. Today, the roulette tables have long gone, replaced by the elegant LA-style cuisine scene. Dorchester Collection acquired the building and appointed Thierry Despont, renowned architect and interior designer. To transform it into a hotHis, his creative genhat gave the hotel the distinctive horizontal aluminum ‘fins’ that wrap around the building, giving it an aerodynamic look. 45 Park Lane opened as a Dorchester Collection hotel in September 2011 and has firmly established itself as a leader in the London boutique hotel scene.