London is a magical place to be during the festive season with spectacular Christmas light displays found on almost every corner.
Heading to the capital for some Christmas fun and festive high jinks? Celebrate the season in style at Dukes London. The quintessentially luxury British hotel is a Mayfair institution synonymous with glamour and prestige throughout the year, but it’s particularly special during the festive holiday season.
This Christmas, it has something on offer for everyone – whether staying over night or popping in for fun a seasonal activity. Discover what’s on below, and treat friends, family and yourself to a very festive - and stylish - day out or luxury break.
The luxury Dukes London hotel Christmas experiences include:
Love a Christmas singalong? Enjoy live carolling on 10th, 11th and 12th December 2019, from 6.15pm to 7.30pm, before heading to dinner at GBR (the hotel's Great British Restaurant) or for a festive tipple at Dukes Bar.
Join GBR’s mixologist for an intimate lesson on how to create the perfect festive cocktail - then impress your friends with your newfound skills at home. Date: Every day during December 2019 Cost: £75.00pp or £100.00pp, with a two-course lunch.
GINGERBREAD DECORATING FOR MINI DUKES AND DUCHESSES
Accompanied by mountains of marshmallows and cups of hot cocoa, children will decorate gingerbread in the prettiest of settings. Date: 1st, 8th and 15th December 2019, from 2pm to 3pm Cost: £25.00pp (must be accompanied by an adult).
CHRISTMAS WREATH MAKING WITH YOUR LONDON FLORIST
Enjoy the satisfaction of making an elegant homemade wreath to take home with one of London’s most-loved florists to guide the way. Festive cocktails and canapés will aid creativity. Date: 9th and 16th December, from 1pm to 4pm Cost: £90.00pp
The festive season is a time for feasting surrounded by loved ones. From now until 31st December, a delicious Festive Afternoon Tea will be available at Dukes London that includes turkey and cranberry sandwiches, candied orange roasted chestnut choux and clementine crémeux black cherry yule log (£37.00 pp).
For those that want to be indulged and not think about the washing up this year, the sumptuous Christmas Day Lunch on the 25th December, is a five-course feast at £135.00 per adult and £62.50 per child.
For brunch with a musical twist, there will be both a Boxing Day and a New Year’s Day Jazz Brunch, a heavenly spread with the dulcet overtones of a live jazz band (£45.00 pp).
A FIVE-STAR CHRISTMAS NIGHT'S SLEEP
For the ultimate treat, stay the night at Dukes London and enjoy one of their Christmas packages that includes the Christmas Family Package, where children can enjoy a Pop-Up Kids’ Zone full of beautiful toys to play with during their stay, with a family breakfast and personal butler service throughout.
The two-night Ultimate Christmas Break Package guarantees a hassle-free Christmas, with accommodation in a One Bedroom Suite or the Duke of Clarence Suite, pre-dinner cocktails and canapés, dinner at GBR, a trip to Midnight Mass at St James Church guided by a member of the Dukes London team, hot milk and cookies for children before bedtime, a full English breakfast, and Christmas lunch at GBR. Sounds like heaven.
For more information, visit www.dukeshotel.com.
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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