London's melting-pot exudes a spirit that is British, but cosmopolitan. It is a city of villages within which lie some of the greatest monuments and squares in the world – Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben....the list goes on and on. Whether your passion is dining, theatre, shopping or just exploring, it offers seemingly endless options.

We have put together some tours we hope will show you some of London's highlights. Advance registrations are recommended as availability is limited. We will have a hospitality desk with London travel staff at The Dorchester after you arrive to assist you with any additional London tours and activities that may be of interest.

Tour registration due: March 15, 2018
Last day to cancel: March 30, 2018
Exception: Theatre tickets and Kensington tour tickets are non-refundable once they are reserved.

If you have any questions about the tours, please reach out to Karin Holmes at

As many flights arrive into London early morning, we are offering two orientation tours to explore the local area surrounding the hotel while you wait for your room at the Dorchester to become available.

 Tours and Activities

Cooking Class at The Dorchester

Hosted by Chef Henry Brosi, Executive Chef at The Dorchester, the class will be held in The Dorchester kitchen and Chef’s table and will start with refreshments followed by an explanation about the cooking class theme. Then enjoy live cooking with Chef Henry followed by a 5-course gourmet meal dining at the Chef’s table in the Dorchester kitchen.

Monday, April 16:        12:00pm - 4:00pm 
Tuesday, April 17:       12:00pm - 4:00pm 
Cost: $408.00 per person

Dorchester “Back of the House” Tour

Led by Dorchester staff, see the back area of The Dorchester Hotel and learn interesting facts and history. The tour will end in the main kitchen at the Chef’s table for heavy canapés and beverages.

When: Tuesday, April 17:   12:30pm - 1:30pm
Cost: $103.00 per person

Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester

Afternoon Tea is served in The Promenade of The Dorchester every afternoon, where potted palms and towering fountains of flowering plants surround plush couches. High Tea begin with champagne and savory finger sandwiches filled with smoked salmon, egg, chicken, prawn and cucumber. Warm scones arrive next, made from a recipe unchanged at The Dorchester for over half a century. They are served with glistening strawberry jam and Devonshire clotted cream. The final course is the piece de resistance, a platter of cakes and tartlets all inspired by the hotel's reputation for its floral artistry, by designer Phillip Hammond.

Monday, April 16:        1:00pm, 1:30pm, or 3:15pm
Tuesday, April 17:       1:00pm, 1:30pm, or 3:15pm
Wednesday, April 18:  1:00pm, 1:30pm or 3:15pm
Cost: $115.00 per person

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