Dorset Square Hotel, Firmdale Hotels

Rated 8.7 in 225 reviews. 38 rooms.

★★★★★

Dorset Square Hotel is a beautiful Regency townhouse that looks onto the leafy private garden square which was originally the site of Thomas Lord's first cricket ground. There is a ground floor guest drawing room, The Potting Shed Restaurant and Bar.

Situated in the prestigious Marylebone area of Central London, Dorset Square Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Baker Street Tube Station. It features a designer drawing room with high ceilings, an honesty bar and fireplace.

The elegant yet contemporary rooms are styled using complementary colours and designer fabrics. They all feature a flat-screen LCD TV, a minibar and an en suite bathroom with Rik Rak by Kit Kemp toiletries. Most rooms offer views of the leafy garden.

Dorset’s Square’s Potting Shed is open all day to hotel guests, locals and the public alike offering English brasserie style cuisine, using locally sourced produce. Here guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a morning coffee, afternoon tea and cocktails.

The hotel is located in the North Westerly part of London’s West End and less than a 5-minute walk from Regent’s Park. The immediate vicinity of the hotel is full of shops, bars and restaurants and London Marylebone Rail Station is 3 minutes away on foot.

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A guide to great places near Dorset Square Hotel, Firmdale Hotels

  1. Phoenix Palace

    One of the best Chinese restaurants in London. Have attended many a banquet here as well - lobster noodles and suckling pig are amazing

    110 m from hotel
    5-9 Glentworth St

  2. The London Beatles Store

    Visit the London Beatles Store, for the world's largest selection of Beatles memorabilia!

    192 m from hotel
    231 Baker St.

  3. Victoria & Albert

    Bloody predictive TEXT!

    203 m from hotel
    Marylebone Railway Station

  4. The Sherlock Holmes Museum

    Head in to the museum gift shop to grab your tickets *before* joining the line outside...

    204 m from hotel
    221B Baker St

  5. The Volunteer

    Amazing roast with friendly waiters! Highly recommended!

    219 m from hotel
    245-247 Baker St

  6. Madame Tussauds

    Marie Tussaud, born in Strasbourg in 1761, made her first wax figure of the great French philosopher Voltaire in 1777. She opened a museum in London in 1835.

    394 m from hotel
    Marylebone Rd

  7. Dinings

    Best soba soup noodles in town and excellent modern classic Japanese food. Opened it's door in 2007 by ex-Nobu chef, Tomonari Chiba, Dinings is worth every penny than paying for a meal in Yo-Sushi.

    410 m from hotel
    22 Harcourt St.

  8. Canteen

    Great breakfast spot.

    465 m from hotel
    55 Baker St

  9. Roti Chai

    It will appeal instantly to those who have already enjoyed Dishoom in St Martin’s Lane with its humorous twist on the subcontinent’s street food.

    0.9 km from hotel
    3 Portman Mews South

  10. Regent's Park

    Take a few minutes, even in winter, to explore the central Rose Garden. Lots of flowers with silly names, and plenty of sculpture.

    1.0 km from hotel
    Chester Rd

  11. Workshop Coffee Co.

    Might be the best latte and coffee in london right now. Great knowledgable staff and attention to detail. The water is excellent and well cared for.

    1.1 km from hotel
    1 Barrett St

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    2.4 km from hotel
    Great Russell St