mr duke tells
The Duke Hotel is his home and is the result of his quest for unforgettable experiences, his keen eye for even the smallest details, his principles in relation to quality and comfort and his attraction to remarkable people with active lifestyles
The Duke will happily tell you more about his other concepts like The Duke Lifestyle apartments and The Duke little brother ‘Little Duke Hotel’.
The Duke knows and loves his city like no other. We always go the extra mile to make sure your stay is as pleasant as possible, so if you have any personal requests or wishes, don’t hesitate to ask. Nothing is impossible for The Duke! The Duke and his team can’t wait to welcome you as a guest and to make your stay an unforgettable experience.
from The Duke you roll into the
most lively city of Brabant for a famous Bossche Bol
– Marie Claire magazine
Touch down in duketown
The Duke Boutique Hotel is located in an old post office in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In 1896, the post office and telegraph office opened its doors. The post had to be brought around by horse and cart, between the Kerkstraat and Central Station. In 1938, a new office opened close to the Central Station to improve the logistics – but still, there was a lack of space in the Kerkstraat. In the 1960s, the idea came to completely demolish the building and to purchase additional buildings in the Kerkstraat and the Korte Putstraat – so a larger new post office could be built.
This new post office opened in 1971, but people weren’t too happy about it. For years there were complaints about the appearance of this ‘grey’ building and the amount of traffic at this central location in the city. After the post company left the building, the building was finally renovated in 2010. The old façade has partly been left standing and the new façade has been built a meter further to the front. This has led to the building having a friendlier and more modern look.
In our Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites and in the St. John suite you can still find beautiful old characteristics of the 1971 post office. We kept the old ceiling intact, as well as the concrete fronts.