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The guest rooms at Dukes aren’t the type with bells and whistles, and no central remote consoles are provided for updated in-room technology. There are master lighting switches on each side of the bed — though they aren’t connected to the individual lamp on the desk — and a flat-screen television with an interactive portal allows guests to view the hotel directory dining venue hours, access the Internet and YouTube, set an alarm call and browse through a television guide. While video game consoles are available upon request, no further technological touches are provided in the rooms, such as automatic drapes or privacy notification buttons. The wireless Internet, while free, unlimited and fast, is a bit of a hindrance to access, requiring a username and password from a voucher, with vouchers expiring after 48 hours or when a data limit is reached.