Dukes London

Valutato 8.7 in 193 recensioni. 87 stanze.

★★★★★

Splendidamente rinnovato e situato nel cuore del quartiere Mayfair, il DUKES sorge nelle vicinanze di Piccadilly, in una posizione discreta e ideale per raggiungere Regent Street, Green Park, i teatri e gli straordinari negozi.

Caratterizzato da un design innovativo che si integra con la sua storia e con il suo tipico stile inglese, il DUKES offre sistemazioni dotate di dettagli raffinati, connessione WiFi gratuita, accappatoi e servizio in camera 24 ore su 24.

L'Health Club ospita una sala vapore in marmo italiano, una palestra e una sala per trattamenti estetici. Il DUKES Bar, famoso per i suoi Martini, vanta un'atmosfera fresca e sofisticata, mentre Nigel Mendham, lo chef stellato Michelin, propone un classico menù britannico presso il ristorante Thirty Six.

Potrete rilassarvi nel giardino dell'hotel, con una vasta scelta di sigari e cognac, o sorseggiare un tè pomeridiano nell'accogliente Drawing Room.

Strutture SPA

  • Hammam
  • Massaggi
  • Palestra
  • Spa & centro benessere

Stanze disponibili

2 guests

Stanze

Adulti

Bambini

Consigliato nelle vicinanze

Una guida ai migliori luoghi nelle vicinanze Dukes London

  1. Dukes Bar

    Best and stronghest martini's ever!

    13 m dall'hotel
    35 St. James's Pl

  2. Sake No Hana

    Such fashionable scenestering and exquisite eats don’t come cheap, but if you seek to impress, Sake no hana is ideal.

    129 m dall'hotel
    23 St James's Street

  3. The Wolseley

    This imposing building was originally a car showroom (Wolseley Motors Limited). Now it is one of London’s smartest restaurants - designed by David Collins - it is a joy to dine in!

    246 m dall'hotel
    160 Piccadilly

  4. The Ritz Restaurant

    Tea at the Ritz is an experience and a half. They have nice little sandwiches and cakes for you to enjoy for a relaxing afternoon. Plus the hotel sights are worth admiring.

    253 m dall'hotel
    150 Piccadilly

  5. Mahiki

    This island-chic spot (named after the Polynesian path to the underworld) serves up a liquor-champagne concoction out of a gold treasure chest — and is loved by Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate!

    273 m dall'hotel
    1 Dover St

  6. Green Park

    In the 18th century the park was notorious for highwaymen and Horace Walpole was one of many robbed here. Handel’s ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’ was composed for an event here in 1749.

    317 m dall'hotel
    Piccadilly

  7. Novikov

    If ur lucky, try the fresh king crab! A bit pricy but how often wud u have a taste of that? With the black cod and some Turtle Legs, accompanied by Gyotaku! OMFG the Gyotaku!! Jorge's ur wine man👍.

    342 m dall'hotel
    50a Berkeley St

  8. St James's Park

    Originally a deer park for Henry VIII, so he could hunt while staying at Whitehall Palace, the park was laid out in a formal style by Charles II, when Pepys came here to watch ice skating.

    0.5 km dall'hotel
    The Mall

  9. National Gallery

    The gallery opened in 1824 to exhibit 38 paintings purchased by the government. The UK national collection is relatively small because unlike in Europe, the monarch’s collection was not nationalised.

    0.8 km dall'hotel
    Trafalgar Sq

  10. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    0.9 km dall'hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  11. Liberty of London

    With the spring/summer 2014 shows in full swing we’re counting on Marc by Marc Jacobs’ chic make-up bag to make portable beauty stylish. See all our September beauty essentials here: bit.ly/1aN1E07

    0.9 km dall'hotel
    Great Marlborough St

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.7 km dall'hotel
    Great Russell St