Dukes London is a five-star hotel in regal St. James'
Dukes London is a five-star luxury boutique hotel tucked away in the heart of Mayfair, close to Piccadilly, which makes it the ideal stay for a private day tour of London.
This hotel offers 90 exceptional bedrooms and suites that feel like a home away from home. Take a trip to the exquisite Fortnum & Mason department store or wander to Piccadilly Circus, London's own miniature Times Square. Be amazed by European art at the National Gallery that spans from the 13th to 19th century.
Dine at the Great British Restaurant (GBR), where you can indulge in simple British dishes or sip on a martini or cocktail at the internationally acclaimed Dukes Bar. Admire the impeccable service and hospitality that Dukes London has to offer and treat yourself to one of the private day tours of London with a personal guide.
The Heart of St. James'
Dukes London offers an array of rooms with queen, king-size or twin beds and 400 thread count bed linen. Each one features a marble en-suite bathroom with complimentary Turkish cotton bathrobes and slippers, perfect for lounging around after a lovely bath or shower. For your entertainment, there are a flat-screen tv and Bluetooth speakers with USB sockets available. If you prefer connecting to the outside world, then free wi-fi is accessible throughout the hotel.
The Dukes Room (215-237sq ft) with king-size or twin bed; Superior Room (237-258sq ft) a bit more spacious with a double, king-size or twin bed; Deluxe Room (269-291sq ft) more space and additional storage with king-size or twin bed; Luxury Room (312sq ft) with king-size or twin bed.
The suites have king-size or twin beds with 400 thread count bed linen where a flat-screen tv, free wi-fi, and Bluetooth speakers with USB sockets are at your disposal. The marble en-suite bathroom with Turkish cotton bathrobes, infused bath salts, and comfortable bath pillows make for the perfect place to unwind. Interconnected rooms are available on request.
The Junior Suite (366sq ft) has king-size and twin beds that house up to three people. An open-plan space where comfort is essential with a separate seating area.
The One-Bedroom Suite (484sq ft) is spacious and has king-size and twin beds with the possibility to stay with up to four people. Here you find comfort in a peaceful environment with a separate living room.
The Duke of Clarence Suite (700sq ft) is the most sizeable suite at the Dukes Hotel, welcoming you in a haven of luxury filled with beautiful decorations and natural lighting. Marvel at the separate living area with dining facilities for up to 4 people and spend time on your private balcony overlooking Green Park and the surrounding area.
At the Dukes London, you get the opportunity to experience Chef Nigel Mendham’s interpretation of classic British dishes or take the chance to indulge in a martini or personalised cocktail.
You can enjoy a meal in the Great British Restaurant's true British style in a lovely setting with a calm atmosphere. Here they serve traditional British dishes with a modern twist, designed by Executive Head Chef Nigel Mendham.
Dukes Bar, known for its legendary martinis, and we're pretty sure if the walls of this intimate place could talk, they would never stop. The Dukes Bar staff makes sure that their guests discover personalised cocktails and martinis and leave with a memorable experience.
The Dukes London offers a health club to its guests, fitted with an Italian marble steam room, a modern gym that features the latest equipment and a beauty treatment room. The SPA provides a variety of treatments, from massages to facials to grooming. Guests also could have a fitness session with a personal trainer.
Location is vital; yards away from the hotel is St. James’ Palace, which is the official, original royal court. Built back in the 16th century, men dominated the scene. Because there were so many, there was considerable development of stores for men like ties, cigars, wine and even male-dominated private clubs. If you go down German Street, you notice the array of men’s shops; some of them even have royal warrants.
The Georgian and Victorian townhouses surrounding Dukes London are famous; Lord Byron and Oscar Wilde wrote poetry, Ian Fleming drank martinis, and Chopin performed here. The present-day Dukes building first housed the London chambers for sons of British aristocracy before becoming the hotel it is today.
The Dukes Hotel located close to St. James' Park and the Tudor-style St. James’ Palace. Marvel at the wonders that Piccadilly Circus has to offer but remember that your discovery doesn’t have to stop at the city limits. Discover Fortnum and Mason, one of London's luxury department stores where you can enjoy afternoon tea or buy quality products for yourself, friends or family. If you want to explore what London has to offer on foot, book our walking tour of Royal London. There is an abundance of private day tours of London that will spark your interest.
A Royal Retreat
Tucked away in memorable St. James's
- Bespoke Amenities
- The SPA
- Legendary Martinis
- Picnic in the Park
- Cognac and Cigar Garden
The Duke of Clarence Suite Bedroom
The Duke of Clarence Suite Sitting Area
One Bedroom Suite
One Bedroom Suite Sitting Area
Junior Suite Bedroom
Junior Suite Sitting Area
Great British Restaurant
Help us make your trip exceptional
Our UK, EU and US office-based staff will listen to what you want to see and experience.
Whether you are a honeymoon couple, a family or a corporate incentive group, our team’s collective resources will be brought together to build the experience that’s right for you.
We will require your arrival and departure dates, details of your personal preferences and places that you would like to visit as well as the events you would like to experience.
We will then prepare a draft itinerary and send it to you by email for your approval. Once agreed, we will send you a Booking Confirmation with Personalised Itinerary and Information Pack via email.