The Dorset Square Hotel in the north part of London is another great addition to the collection of eccentric British hotelier duo – Tim & Kit Kemp, owners of Firmdale group. It is as bright, attractive, very nicely decorated and easily recognized gorgeous style Firmdale Hotels as any of its 9 predecessors, including Knightsbridge Hotel, Charlotte-Street-Hotel in London and Crosby Street Hotel in New York ( the only non-London property owned by the Firmdale Group)that have been designed by owner and design director Kit Kemp in her fresh modern English style. Dating back to the 1920s, is located in two beautiful brick townhouses were purchased already in 1980s situated in a private square, a short distance from Hyde Park and less than 5 minutes’ walk from Marylebone station. The first thing you’ll notice, stepping over its threshold, is the original headboards, bright textiles and the pink floral pattern of the lounge wall, cheerfully greeting every guest which have become the hallmark of this unrivaled network of hotels in England. Celebration of life seems radiating off it! Each of the Dorset Square Hotel’s is 38 tastefully decorated rooms with different design, resembling a colorful garden in full bloom most of which – overlooking the charming courtyard garden which was originally the site of Thomas Lord’s first cricket ground. t’s a familiar picture it must be said, at any of this mini-empire of sophisticated boutique hotels Firmdale group that the décor which is rarely seen is bold yet soothing, the physical luxuries are of the first-rate, and the social spaces at once clubby and inviting, with their experiences is the sort of comfort that gives a pleasure to the Firmdale group to be repeated. For more information or reservation see booking .com.
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