For upper-echelon incentive qualifiers, look no further than The Dorchester, Park Lane, London.

Since 1831, The Dorchester has been heralded as one of London's best hotels, hosting heads of state with British style and impeccable service.

While the aftermath of 9/11 affected business in London and the rest of the world, The Dorchester forged ahead with a guest room renovation (every room decor is different), including installment of 42-inch plasma screens. Guests can access a wide range of channels, videos, three Microsoft Office programs, and the Internet. Laptops can be connected to the system through a high-speed VGA link, meaning guests can use their rooms to make presentations. Having trouble? Dial the e-butler from 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

The hotel welcomes only one group at a time, maxing out at 30 to 40 rooms, although conference space can host up to 1,000.

While London's sights, history, shopping, and more will beckon, be sure to allow enough time for qualifiers to simply luxuriate in their rooms.