An iconic London landmark, The Dorchester was designed by Sir Robert McAlpine as his vision of the perfect hotel. The state-of-the-art design was built in record time over 18 months and was the world’s first hotel to be constructed from reinforced concrete. Doors opened for the first time on 20th April 1931 and the hotel immediately attracted high profile guests, becoming a favoured destination for royalty and celebrities. In 1981, The Dorchester achieved Grade II listed status, marking it as a building of interest.
BECK’s recent works included the strip out and refurbishment of the ground floor front of house areas, cake & flowers boutique, external forecourt and guest rooms situated on floors one and two.