Dukes London launches new package
London, May 17, 2012
Dukes London owned by Dubai-based hospitality and real estate investment company Seven Tides has launched its diamond jubilee package to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s 60-year reign of Great Britain.
Guests celebrating the British monarch’s 60-year milestone at Dukes will enjoy special room rates, afternoon tea and bubbly in the Victorian drawing room and the majestic Marlborough suite, which will be specially decorated for the occasion.
The package costs $495 per night.
Debrah Dhugga, general manager, Dukes London, said: “Having welcomed 12 prime ministers into a government – from Winston Churchill to David Cameron – Queen Elizabeth II is admired by millions of fans around the world and the jubilee is a fantastic occasion which deserves celebrations.”
“Queen Elizabeth II’s diamond jubilee is only the second in British history after Queen Victoria’s more than a hundred years ago.”
“Having welcomed numerous royals to Dukes over the last hundred years, we are offering guests a great package to stay at our deluxe hotel in the heart of London,” she said.
The hotel recently launched its ladies-only ‘Duchess Rooms’, an initiative that is bound to attract ladies travelling from the Middle East.
A number of feminine touches have been added to the room such as a personal welcome from the female general manager, female slippers, a make-up mirror, hair dryer and styling accessories.
It also includes a dedicated female room attendant who handles all room service and housekeeping requirements, a sewing kit, selection of lifestyle magazines, a complimentary fruit bowl and fresh flowers in every room.
“It is rather appropriate that we have called this initiative ‘The Duchess Rooms’ given it is the Diamond Jubilee this year,” Dhugga said.
Ladies can experience the range of feminine-oriented services for $362.00 per-room per-night based on two sharing a ‘classic double’, excluding VAT.
The hotel was voted England’s Leading Boutique Hotel and winning the World Ultimate Service Award at last year’s World Travel Awards. – TradeArabia News Service