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DORSETT HOTEL OPENS IN SHEPHERD’S BUSH

New luxury London hotel Dorsett Shepherd’s Bush has opened in a listed building overlooking the green in West London

Dorsett Shepherd’s Bush is the newest addition to the Dorsett Hospitality International portfolio, and the company’s first hotel in the United Kingdom and indeed Europe.

Set within The Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion, a Grade II listed former cinema built in 1923, Dorsett Shepherds Bush retains the building’s historic façade with added contemporary elegance within.

Under the landmark glass roof, the 7 storey hotel offers 317 Chinese inspired bedrooms designed with a light and modern feel, including 187 standard Dorsett rooms, and 24 suites combining the Dorsett Suite and the Dorsett Studio. The interior was created by Dorsett’s very own in-house design team, who are known best for providing modern, innovative and comfortable accommodation in their hotels.

Bedrooms at The Dorsett are calm and sophisticated

Bedrooms at The Dorsett are calm and sophisticated

There are two restaurants, one of which is yet to open, but promises to bring a fine dining Chinese Restaurant concept to Shepherd’s Bush.

The hotel is also home to the innovative Pavilion spa, with four treatment rooms offering non-invasive, results driven face and body treatments, open to guests and local residents in conjunction with holistic and Chinese treatments to relax and revive. Two nail stations offering a variety of hand treatments complete the therapist services offered. In addition there is a steam room and a sauna, along with a specialist infa-red sauna, perfect for helping with sprains, strains, arthritis, and pain management. Hotel guests have complementary 24 hour access to the gym using their room card.

To mark the opening, Dorsett Shepherds Bush is offering a special introductory rate of £123 per night until the end of August (this price will be inclusive of VAT and breakfast.)

For bookings and more information on Dorsett Hospitality International, visit dorsett.com

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