Following an extensive refurbishment programme, which has seen renovations to both the bedrooms and public areas, Dukes London has revealed a brand-new deluxe room category.
Nestled in a quiet, cobbled courtyard, Mayfair’s quintessentially British five-star hotel boasts 90 exquisite rooms, all of which have been crafted with care and elegance.
The property is considered the World’s Leading Classic Hotel by voters at the World Travel Awards.
The 22 newly-refurbished deluxe rooms promise a whole new look, with each one being individually designed by DesignLSM.
Those staying in the Deluxe category can unwind in sumptuous surroundings, as each room is decorated in fresh greys and whites, creating a soothing and relaxing ambience.
The soft furnishings offer a burst of colour and add a modern twist to the sophisticated and classical tone of the Mayfair bolthole.
The attention to detail is evident in all of Dukes London’s refurbishment, but special touches in the new deluxe rooms include matching bedspreads and armchairs, in a variety of colours, including duck egg blue, mustard yellow and slate grey.
The luxurious feel continues into the bathrooms, with white marble and timeless fittings throughout.
Commenting on the refurbishment, Sally Peters, associate of Design LSM, said: “The bedroom refurbishment project with Dukes has been a real labour of love, it was a huge undertaking to give each of the 90 rooms the consideration it deserved, to find fabrics that are beautiful yet resilient and to bring enough change to the rooms to be impactful while respecting the much-loved history and guest anticipation of the Dukes experience.
“Dukes has a very restful atmosphere and we feel we have struck a perfect balance between cool, neutral and vibrant accent.
“I love the colour palette and the rich textured fabrics.
“The bespoke artwork maximises the impact of the upholstery tones pulling the whole design together.
“The rooms are a visual and sensory treat, each one having its own individuality.”
Guests are also guaranteed a good night’s sleep at Dukes as each room has a Hypnos mattress.
These award-winning mattresses are handmade, and Hypnos is focused on the pursuit of perfection and the delivery of a deep, energising night’s sleep.
The opening of this new luxurious room category marks the completion of Dukes London’s multimillion pound refurbishment and the hotel is delighted to unveil a whole host of changes throughout the property.
These include a new-look lobby, renovated bedrooms, the new St James’ Suite for events and of course, Great British Restaurant, the hotel’s all-day dining experience, headed up by Executive Chef Nigel Mendham.
Managing director of Dukes London, Debrah Dhugga, added: “Our aim is to enhance and enrich what our guests know and love about the Dukes experience, while maintaining our award-winning five-star service and attention to detail that the hotel is so well-known for.”