Celebration is in order at DUKES LONDON, one of the city’s oldest and most renowned luxury boutique hotels in St. James’s Mayfair. After only two months into the year, the hotel has started 2020 with a bang, receiving five separate high-profile recognitions.. Forbes Travel Guide: Forbes Travel Guide’
This year, DUKES LONDON is celebrating the culinary delights of the British Food Fortnight with a very special collaboration and the introduction of an exclusive afternoon tea menu available for a limited time only. ‘Great British Bake Off’ semi-finalist Selasi Gbormittah has partnered with our very own DUKES LONDON Executive
London Fashion Week 2019 has arrived, and DUKES LONDON are excited to announce our exclusive collaboration with Lock & Co. Hatters in celebration. We are offering the chance to win a dinner for two at our GBR London Restaurant along with two stunning hats from Lock & Co.’s Ready-To-Wear Collection which
Taking place for the first time throughout the month of September, the Thames Festival (also known as Totally Thames) is an exciting, new month-long celebration of the river across its 42 London miles. This 30-day spectacular programme of events will feature arts, music, colourful regattas, river races, archaeology, environmental and
London’s most eagerly awaited fashion exhibition, The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gautier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, arrives at the Barbican Centre this April. The show will display over 150 exquisite ready-to-wear and couture pieces from various stages of his 40-year career. Gautier is renowned worldwide for
Roald Dahl’s classic children’s novel, Matilda, comes to the West End this spring, courtesy of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Originally performed at the Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in November 2011 to sold-out audiences, it was then transferred to the Cambridge Theatre in the West End in October 2011.
The seventh annual Designs of the Year exhibition comes to London’s prestigious Design Museum on the 26th March. The modern museum is located on the banks of the River Thames and boasts two main galleries containing collections tracing the development of design, from its origins to contemporary works. This