Dukes Collection to open new hotel in Dubai

Dukes Collection will open the five-star Dukes Dubai in December 2016 at Palm Jumeirah.

Dukes Collection to open in Dubai
Dukes Collection to open in Dubai

The 15-floor building will include 279 rooms, including 64 luxury suites and 20 women-only Duchess rooms. Facilities will include an outdoor infinity pool with ocean views, a private beach, indoor pool and cocktail bar on the 15th floor.


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Speaking about the new venture, managing director of Dukes Collection, Debrah Dhugga, said: "Dukes Dubai will be a true British gem in Dubai, offering both corporate travellers and holidaymakers an oasis of luxury and old-English charm, and espousing everything that makes us proud to be British."

Two dining options will open in the hotel: The Great British Restaurant and Khyber, both headed up by executive head chef, Martin Cahill. Duke’s afternoon tea will be available in the dedicated Tea Lounge, or guests can relax in the Gentleman’s Cigar Lounge.


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