Dukes London goes Deluxe with new renovated room category


Dukes London has unveiled its new Deluxe room category, as the luxury boutique carries out a renovation project.

The five-star 90-bedroom hotel has upgraded 22 of its rooms with a new design, carried out by DesignLSM, to complete the new category offering.

Each room is decorated in greys and whites, with modern soft furnishings, matching bedspreads and armchairs in a variety of colours, including duck egg blue, mustard yellow and slate grey, while the bathrooms are finished in white marble.

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The project marks the completion of a multimillion pound renovation across the hotel, which has seen a new-look lobby, renovated bedrooms and a new meetings space introduced, as well as the launch of the Great British Restaurant headed up by executive chef Nigel Mendham.

Debrah Dhugga, managing director of Dukes Collection, said: “Our aim 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.”

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