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The best rooms to check into for a stay at Dukes are the luxury rooms, with one on every floor of the five-story luxury hotel. These 29-square-meter rooms feature an airy Edwardian design style with dark wooden furnishings, white crown molding and plush king or twin beds with 100 percent cotton sheets. They overlook the hotel’s quiet front courtyard off St. James Square, and additionally include a seating area with coffee table, writing desk and marble-clad bathroom. The white-frame windows actually open to let in some fresh air during the day, while there is enough space in the room and bathroom to comfortably accommodate two travelers. Lower-tier rooms run a bit small, especially in the bathrooms, but a superior room is a good choice for anyone booking into a solo stay.