39-40 Dorset Square,
London NW1 6QN,
© Image courtesy of DORSET SQUARE HOTEL
Just opposite of the leafy Dorset Square, the original site of Lord’s cricket ground, you will be surprised to find the discreet entrance of Dorset Square Hotel. In the Firmdale Group, it is originally the first hotel. The hotel is the beautiful Regency townhouse with 38 independently designed bedrooms. From most of the bedrooms, the site of the eye-soothing leafy private garden square of Thomas Lord’s cricket ground can be viewed. Throughout the hotel, the interesting collections of several cricket memorabilia are the special attractions of the hotel.
The sumptuous ground floor drawing room of the hotel with a large fireplace is undoubtedly identical about the calm and cozy ambience of the hotel. The Potting Shed bar and restaurant remains open throughout the whole day. The elegant Georgian hotel features the owner and designer Kit Kemp’s fantastic interiors in the fresh contemporary English style. Witty and eclectic sculpture and art installations are scattered throughout its cricket bat enliven drawing room, basement restaurant and quirky and supremely comfortable bedrooms.