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DUKES LONDON

DUKES LONDON

Contacts

Country: England

City: London

Address: 35 St James's Place, London, SW1A 1NY, England.

Phone number: +442074914840

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Nice to return to the Dukes! Always a wonderful home away...
Nice to return to the Dukes! Always a wonderful home away...
One of my favourite hotels in London
One of my favourite hotels in London
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Dukes Bar in Dukes London Mayfair is famous for it's ...
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The classic British style we love
The classic British style we love
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Good morning from The Dukes Hotel, one of our favourite f...
The dreamiest hotel on Planet Earth--@dukeslondon.
The dreamiest hotel on Planet Earth--@dukeslondon.

Reviews

#1
Five Star Excellent Service
We went to Duke's hotel for a weekend getaway and we were pleasantly surprised by the superb 5-star service that we received. Joan and her crew were simply the best, they do not only give you what you need but they anticipate.
We experienced the Duke's bar martini which was a class of its own, and Glauco who was serving us was very knowledgeable. It's a fun experience worth having.
Dinner was perfect and everyone in the restaurant was very helpful, attentive and eager to explain the menu. We were overwhelmed with the staff to customer ratio! Simply amazing! Special shout out to the restaurant manager and her staff (Mary and Suzana).
Coming back from our night out at around 2AM we were greeted by a very nice and courteous concierge (Gordon) who served us water upon our request to keep us hydrated!
I also could not fault the service we received during Breakfast, Denisa and her crew were equally warm, accommodating and attentive. We did not only enjoy the wide array of choices but the high standard of service we received!
The checkout process was seamless, and the front desk crew and staff were efficient and vey helpful. I would just like to say a massive than you to everyone who facilitated our checkout on the 20JAN2019. (Michael and his crew)
Overall, a great experience! I could not fault the hotel and the superb service we received. Truly an unforgettable and worthwhile experience. Definitely coming back to stay in the future!!
Review by Marco Antonio B

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#2
My only hotel in London
excellent, my favorite in London. Excellent location and very British place. Rooms are elegant, clean and cosy. Staff is nice and helpful.

I strongly recommend Dukes hotel.

Very good restaurant and a well known bar too.
Review by V9007PZnicolasv

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#3
Boutique but 5 star
Always enjoy my stay, on business or pleasure a perfect location and set up. Great cocktails and room service. Comfortable beds and quiet rooms with nice big bath and bathrobes to relax and unwind after a long day
Review by SinglishExpat

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#4
Oasis of quiet charm just steps from Piccadilly
Of all the hotels I have stayed in London, Dukes Hotel is the best. Convenient location, quiet and comfortable. Attentive staff, knowledgeable and friendly from the porters, the front desk staff to the restaurant and room service folks and the bar staff, everyone makes you feel like you are at home. I stay here for a couple weeks every year, and it is so worth it. I would not choose any other place
Review by Anne T

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#5
Perfect Hotel in Mayfair
So happy to have found Dukes Hotel — idyllic and fairly priced in Mayfair. Impeccable staff, amenities, location — a perfect London experience! Lovely restaurant for an elegant breakfast, room service is divine, and the martini bar is not to be missed
Review by SanAntonioVagabond

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#6
Completely sublime experience
I stayed at Dukes Hotel over the Christmas period December 2018 and cannot recommend the hotel highly enough. The staff were extraordinary and went out of their way to make all the guests feel entirely welcome and shamelessly pampered at all times. The rooms are beautifully appointed with very strict attention to detail and the food at all mealtimes was sensational. Thank you Dukes Hotel, a true gem, and I will be back very soon.
Michael D Oliver
Review by Michael Oliver

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#7
Not the same hotel ...
Have stayed at Dukes several times over the past decade. It was always my favorite London hotel. No more. My more recent visit was terribly disappointing. The wifi did not work - even the premium, which the hotel offered gratis. The a/c unit did not work - they tried to fix it several times, and it kept breaking down. And the room was not cleaned thoroughly - which was not great. The staff was very apologetic - and the management reimbursed me about 25% of the total cost, which was nice. The final straw, however, was when I returned to collect my bags - after checking out earlier in the day - the young man at the front desk asked me if I had taken the mobile phone from the room. I assured him I had not but he seemed skeptical and kept telling me the cleaning person had not found it. I double checked my bag - telling him it had probably fallen by the bedside. He assured me that it had not - the cleaning person would have found it. I finally said: "Would you like me to go up and find it?" He quickly agreed (making me wonder - why am I doing your job?). I went to the room, looked on the floor and then behind the bed - and voila - the phone was there. Definitely in search of a new hotel in London. I did see the Stafford around the corner, which looks promising ...
Review by AMMartin215

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Description

Location
DUKES is ideally located for London’s finest restaurants, most fashionable shops, exciting galleries and fabulous theatre productions, with excellent links to the City and Canary Wharf.

Airports
London Heathrow 16.4 miles/26.4km
London Gatwick 33.2 miles/ 53.4km
London City Airport 9.5miles/ 15.2km

Train Stations
St. Pancras/ Eurostar 2.4 miles/3.9 km
Victoria Station 1.6miles / 2.5 km
London Underground Green Park (Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines) 0.3miles/ 0.5km
DUKES would be delighted to arrange transportation from the airport or train station.

Parking
Valet parking is available and overnight parking is priced at approximately £58 per night. Please allow 10 to 15 minutes for your car to be brought to the hotel’s main entrance.
Hourly parking rates are also available.
The nearest public car park is Arlington Street, a three minute walk from the hotel.

Rooms
Our rooms are quiet and relaxing spaces, available on both lower and upper floors, each with guaranteed Queen size beds to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep. While our rooms are classically decorated, they feature amenities for the modern traveller to ensure you have everything you may need.
This includes interactive flat screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, air conditioning, large writing desks, in-room safes, coffee machines and convenient phones offering complimentary internet and calls to various countries including the US, UAE, France, Canada and China. Within your luxury marble en-suite bathrooms you will find an array of fragrant Floris London toiletries, plus complimentary water by your bedside for your ultimate convenience.

Food & Drink
The GBR – the Great British Restaurant – is now an all-day brasserie. It has had a makeover and is improved in look and layout from what was Thirty-Six restaurant, giving it much more eye-catching, Twenties-like appeal, with distressed mirrors, black and white photos, and a 'bar' where you can sit and eat too. Chef Nigel Mendham is luckily still in charge and his top-notch, well-tailored menu features dishes such as pressed English rabbit leg (£14.50), braised ox cheek (£21) and South coast with a shellfish stew (£23.50).

Afternoon tea is also available (from £42.50) and breakfasts are superb, with a full table service and dishes such as Cumberland sausage brioche and boiled egg and soldiers (£6). There’s a comfortable, traditionally furnished sitting room on the ground floor and a canopy-covered Cigar and Cognac Garden. The fine bar, where Ian Fleming once downed his famous martinis, is presided over by the affably efficient Alessandro Palazzi. Cocktails aren’t cheap (from £17) but they are worth it.

Value for money
Doubles from £320, including breakfast and Wi-Fi.

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