Dukes Hotel, London

Dukes Hotel is located in the St James district of London. The hotel has a homely feel to it and this makes it as one of the most popular ones in the city of London. The hotel is particularly famous for its breakfast options and the afternoon tea. The hotel exudes a charm that makes it even for special.

Rooms

The hotel has 90 rooms that include 11 suites and a Penthouse Suite that overlooks the Green Park. The guests of this hotel are welcomed with delicious hand-made chocolates, organic toiletries and complimentary slippers and newspapers. The in-room facilities include high speed Wi-Fi access, interactive flat-screen TV, individually controlled air-conditioning, towels and bathrobes, and safe deposit box.

Duchess Rooms

These types of rooms have been designed keeping in mind the demands of the female guests. The guests are entitled to a lot of privileges like a female staff to escort the lady to the room and to take care of all her basic housekeeping needs, make up mirror, hair dryer, fresh flowers and complementary fruits and small sized slippers.

One Bedroom Suite

The One Bedroom Suites are very large wherein the sitting room faces south and there is also a dining area for four persons. The one-bedroom suite is connected to a superior room through a private entrance.

The Penthouse Suite

This is located on the 5th floor of the building and it has a fairly large sitting room. The dining table can sit four persons, a private balcony that faces Green Park, a large double bedroom and a cloakroom. The size of the room is 65sqm.

Dining

The Dining Room is an ideal place for a meal with family. The menu has a selection of British dishes and a good selection of puddings. A 2 course lunch would cost around GBP 16.50 and a 2 course dinner would cost GBP 18.50 but the Sunday lunch is slightly expensive. The Dukes Bar has acquired a legendary status and is well known for its cocktails and martinis. The intimate surroundings of the bar will compel you to come to this place over and over again. The bar is said to be frequented by none other than Ian Fleming.



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