FIFA officials originally got the Dorchester suites in attempt to persuade them to name England the host of the 2018 World Cup. According to the Daily Mail, the suites are nearly twice the size of the average three-bedroom house in the country. When England lost out to Russia, only snagging two out of 22 votes, Johnson got all sore loser and took the liberty of canceling the soccer officials' reservations.
You sorta can't blame Johnson for seeking revenge, especially since FIFA president Sepp Blatter reportedly told the mayor that he enjoyed the glamorous women that other bidding nations strutted in front of him. Meanwhile, England focused its campaign on its state-of-the-art stadiums and solid transportation system, rather than its female assets. As an extra slap in the face, Blatter discussed the "evils" of the English media, which has uncovered FIFA corruption, to the delegates before the World Cup vote.
Looks like the closest officials will get to the Dorchester is its top-notch afternoon tea, which they'll have to pony up for themselves. Maybe they can go budget and get a group rate at one of the the soon-to-open London Tune Hotels?