Dakota Leeds welcomes back guests and diners this weekend as hotels and bars reopen
Luxury hotel Dakota Leeds is reopening its doors this weekend with new social distancing measures in place.
Guests will be welcomed back to the popular Russel Street hotel when lockdown measures are eased on Saturday, with the bar, grill and outdoor terrace on Greek Street also reopening.
Dakota Bar and Grill will reopen with a specially-curated menu of classic Dakota light bites, grills, seafood and desserts.
The Greek Street terrace will also be serving food along with an extensive wine and drinks menu.
Salon Privé, Dakota’s exclusive first floor bar, will also reopen on Saturday from 3pm.
Guests can choose to enjoy drinks, cocktails and small plates on the terrace overlooking Greek Street. From next week, it will open on Fridays from 5pm and Saturdays from 3pm.
Table bookings are again highly recommended for the bars and grill.
The hotel has launched a Summer Staycation package for guests looking to book a stay in Leeds. From July 4 to August 31, guests booking an overnight stay in a classic room can get a second night from £100.
Andrew Ovenstone, Operations Director of Dakota Hotels, said: “The health and safety of our guests, team and community is our utmost priority, while ensuring guests receive the ultimate Dakota experience.
"We want guests to visit Dakota with confidence, we are prepared to deliver service and style in a safe environment adhering to government guidelines.
"Dakota has built its reputation here in Leeds, and beyond, on the impeccable hospitality of our team and we will continue to uphold this standard, providing an unforgettable experience either in our bar, grill, terrace or overnight.”