She knew it in her days as a child star and made the largest of the three roof suites, The Harlequin, her own. It boasts a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and dressing room, a dining room, living room, bar and large outside terrace overlooking Hyde Park.
The suite's second bedroom still has the original pink marble bathroom that was installed for Taylor. According to legend, the couple carved 'RB xxx ET' into the marble after one night of carousing - something to search for next time you check in.
Liz even decorated the suite by buying Burton a £92,000 Van Gogh painting and hanging it herself above the penthouse suite's fireplace. (She later took it out of the suite.) But it wasn't all high times at The Dorchester. Yes, this is where Liz signed her million-dollar deal for Cleopatra but it's also where she was sidelined with a near-fatal case of pneumonia.
Still, you could even say Liz loved hotels so much that she married them-- her first marriage (out of 8) was to hotel heir Conrad "Nicky" Hilton, Jr. whose father founded Hilton Hotels. The two were actually married at The Savoy in London in 1950. But the relationship crashed and burned nine months later. Not that that deterred Liz from marrying again....