The carpet is deep and squidgy, the striped wallpaper has a cheery jauntiness about it and you can almost smell the fresh paint emanating from the baby-blue walls, lined with an eclectic mix of art. The corridor that leads to The Dorchester’s newly renovated guest rooms surely puts a spring in your step.
In fact, acclaimed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon – who was tasked with overhauling the famous hotel’s rooms and suites in its ongoing renovation – used the colours of spring as his reference points. That, and the 1930s heritage that The Dorchester is known for, are the basis for his transformation of the bedrooms at London’s
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