Luxury Travel Advisor caught up with Chris Cowdray, the CEO of the Dorchester Collection recently to see how the ultra-luxury hotel group is emerging from the pandemic. The current portfolio includes the following hotels: The Dorchester, London; 45 Park Lane, London; Coworth Park, Ascot, U.K.; Le Meurice, Paris; Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris; Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan; Hotel Eden, Rome; The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills; and Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles.

Cowdray gave us an update on what’s happening in each region where Dorchester’s hotels are located, and what’s been going on behind the scenes to improve the physical and service aspects of each property.

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