SATC2 at The Dorchester

6th May 2010

Just in time for the release of Sex and The City 2, London's swanky The Dorchester hotel is offering a Girls' Weekend package styled around the fashionable foursome and what's more if you book over selected Bank Holidays, they'll even through in a second room for free! Priced from £425 per room, the package includes a veritable cornucopia of stylish treats. The hotel concierge will brief nearby Harvey Nichols on each guest's style preference and on arrival at the Knightsbridge shopping Mecca, a personal stylist will be on hand for the ultimate in store experience. Remember girls, Halston's situated on the new Fourth Floor. Foursomes can take advantage of two interconnecting rooms for easy post shopping analysis. Four handmade corsages will form the final touches to your respective ensembles and then you're good to go. Four cocktails await you at the Bar at The Dorchester courtesy of legendary mixologist, Giuliano Morandin. Famous for his ability to mind-read a customer the very moment they step into his eye-line, why not consign yourselves to his capable hands and let him decide whether your choice tipple is Carrie's Classic Cosmo, Samantha's Casanova, Charlotte's Perfect Ten or Miranda's Prickly Colada. Four of the Dorchester Spa's signature lip glosses complete with light and mirror for evening touch-ups will ensure you remain the belles of whatever ball (or club) you care to visit later on and you can compare notes the following morning during a Pow Wow Breakfast at hotel restaurant, The Promenade.


The Dorchester's Girls' Weekend is valid from 1 May 2010 until 30 April 2011.  Complimentary second room offer applies on Bank Holidays: 28-31 May, 27-30 August, 19-29 December and throughout Easter 2011 (17-28 April inclusive).

www.thedorchester.com

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