A spokeswoman from the Dorchester Collection revealed that its global meetings and events business has suffered as a result of the boycott, which was a reaction to comments made by its owner that homosexuals and adulterers should be stoned to death.
Speaking on behalf of the Dorchester Collection, the spokeswoman said: "The boycott is affecting our events and meeting business.
"We have lost some business from Los Angeles, affecting our loyal team members; the economic impact extends beyond our doors and affects the community, as well including partners and suppliers."
However, The Dorchester Collection's UK office refused to confirm to C&IT if any of its three hotels, 45 Park Lane, The Dorchester and Coworth Park, had received event cancellations as a result of the boycott.
Sir Richard Branson and Stephen Fry are amongst several high-profile celebrities who have supported the boycott, with the former stating via Twitter that Virgin employees will not be staying at any of the chain’s hotels until owner of the brand, The Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah, abides by basic human rights.