Dukes London is set to undergo a multi-million pound refurbishment programme, which will see its bedrooms, public areas and restaurant given a revamp.
The five-star hotel in Mayfair, part of Dukes Collection, will kick start the project with the redesign of its meeting rooms, while work on the restaurant and bedrooms will follow in January 2017.
The improved look is anticipated to be completed by the end of spring 2017.
The Drawing Room at Dukes will also be given an upgrade, as well as the popular Duchess Rooms, targeted at the female solo traveller, which will be given a dramatic facelift.
Dukes’ food and beverage areas will experience some changes, under the guidance of executive head chef Nigel Mendham. A new all-day casual dining concept with be introduced, offering a new menu to be enjoyed in the new-look restaurant when it is all unveiled in 2017.
Of this exciting makeover, managing director of Dukes Collection, Debrah Dhugga said: “This multi-million-pound renovation will be the biggest investment the hotel has seen in decades. Our aim of the refurbishment is to enhance and enrich what our guests know and love about the Dukes experience, whilst maintaining our award-winning five-star service and attention to detail that the hotel is so well-known for. We are extremely excited at the prospect of revealing the new look hotel to our guests next spring.”