Enjoy Duchess style accommodations at Dukes London during London Fashion Week

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London Fashion Week officially kicks off on September 14 and Open House London runs from Sept. 22–23 and London Design Festival runs from Sept. 15–23. The recently, refurbished DUKES LONDON, located in a private courtyard near Green Park and Buckingham Palace is the perfect place to stay for travelers attending the cultural and art events.

DUKES LONDON’s design offers a mix of classic and contemporary features, including an impressive art collection. The property just introduced new Duchess Rooms service, a discreet program tailored to solo business and leisure guests. The Duchess Rooms feature thoughtful conveniences that cater to discerning female globetrotters.

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These custom amenities and experiences provide a comfortable and restful getaway in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities. The Duchess Room service offers sumptuous surroundings decorated in fresh greys and whites.

Linens and cushions provide a pop of color to the interiors, creating an inviting oasis to relax and unwind. Guests staying in the Duchess Rooms will experience the following custom touches, developed with the female traveler in mind: A personal welcome card from DUKES COLLECTION Managing Director Debrah Dhugga, a female room attendant escort guests to their rooms and handle all room service and housekeeping requirements, makeup mirror, hair dryer and styling accessories are positioned at easy reach from the dressing table, fresh flowers brighten every room and a complementary fruit bowl is on offer, female amenities in every bathroom, a choice of glossy lifestyle magazines laid out on the dresser or coffee table.

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