Bang & Olufsen at The Dorchester makes you feel at home


If you have lived in London or even visited that place, then without doubt you would have heard the name Dorchester. Ideally dubbed as ‘home away from home’, it has actually housed many of the world’s Heads of State, celebrities, and industry leaders. And when this one of the most sought-after London address seeks a new TV system to be at par with the quality and luxury of The Dorchester, it could be none other then the most sought after Bang & Olufsen! The management has recently installed Bang & Olufsen throughout the hotel to render supreme sound and picture experiences in luxury surroundings. The Dorchester embodies the highest of traditional values, and welcomes you with great charm and stunning décor throughout the entire hotel; from the award winning restaurant to the exceptional comfort of the rooms and suites. Addition of high quality products from Bang & Olufsen is like just one more cherry on the cake.

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Located in the heart of London’s Mayfair district overlooking the historic landscapes of Hyde Park, the hotel combines the very best of impeccable cultural style with the latest systems and technologies for a truly unique experience for each guest. Consequently, it was an obvious choice for General Manager Mr. Christopher Cowdray of The Dorchester to choose Bang & Olufsen as a supplier of second-to-none audio and visual equipment for the hotel: “In selecting a new TV system, I wanted to find a system that would be both in keeping with the quality and luxury of The Dorchester as well as one that had a name that our guests would be particularly familiar with. I could therefore not think of anyone better than Bang & Olufsen.” “As our companies operate within the same segment, many of our guests are likely to have Bang & Olufsen products in their own homes, which very much underlines our aim of making our guests, feel at home,” Mr. Cowdray concludes.
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