Dukes London has again been successful at the World Travel Awards, with the hotel being awarded the respected title of “World’s Ultimate Service Award in Hospitality”. General manager, Debrah Dhugga, who was at the Gala Ceremony in Doha said: “The team’s hard work, passion, and our investment in training and development are the key to success at Dukes.”
The independently owned five star luxury boutique hotel Dukes London has announced it will be re-joining Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It brings to close an exciting year for the London property, with Dukes having taken the title of England’s Leading Boutique Hotel at the World Travel Awards in September.
Situated in the heart of Mayfair, the charming boutique hotel Dukes London is calling out to lone women travellers, welcoming them with comfort and service fit for a royal. From past personal experience, general manager Debrah Dhugga appreciates travelling alone can be a daunting experience for women; with this in mind the property is now pleased to offer Duchess Rooms, a discreet service tailored to female business and leisure guests.
The renowned DUKES hotel, with its rich and royal history, is redefining style and class in the heart of London. The century old property, which was recently named England’s Leading Boutique Hotel by the World Travel Awards, has just completed renovations resulting in the opening of a new champagne lounge, a Cognac and Cigar Garden and a new restaurant called THIRTY SIX led by award winning and Michelin star chef by Nigel Mendham. General Manager Debrah Dhugga, tells BTN about business at DUKES as well as reflecting on her own career – as one of the few females to have reached the top of luxury hotel management while juggling all this with two children.
Debrah Dhugga, General Manager, Dukes Hotel, England’s Leading Boutique Hotel