The Langham London has enchanted royalty, dignitaries and celebrities since 1865, when it opened as Europe's first 'Grand Hotel.' The Langham Hotel London today continues to impress discerning travelers with its legendary ‘service with poise,’ and it was included as one of Travel & Leisure’s 500 Best Hotels, as selected by their readers. This luxury hotel is superbly located in London’s fashionable West End, with sumptuous surroundings that will transport you into a world unaffected by the passing of time. You can expect the absolute finest from your luxurious guestroom or suite, and the property boasts premier dining facilities, several function rooms, the Chuan Spa and Health Club, and the dazzling Palm Court - famed as the place where the tradition of afternoon tea was born. Indeed, the celebrated history and distinguished reputation of this unmistakably fine establishment sets it apart from other everyday luxury hotels.
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Grand Rooms feature a cozy armchair, state of the art technology and a lavish marble bathroom. London’s natural daylight, is ideally captured within these luxurious rooms which combine a modern classic style and elegance with the deluxe facilities required by today's travelers. With king/queen/twin bedding options, additional features and amenities include, high speed wifi, 32" LCD TV, minibar, tea and coffee maker, in-room safe.
Classic One Bedroom Suite: Greet your guests as they arrive through a separate entrance and enjoy the extra benefits of a luxury suite with a separate lounge and bedroom. All your requests will be entertained, whether a private and romantic dinner for two, or a quiet evening on the cozy sofa. Reserve this suite and enjoy a complimentary chilled bottle of Champagne in your room, Langham Club privileges including wi-fi and entry to the Club Lounge, with complimentary breakfast, afternoon refreshments, evening drinks and canapés.
Grand Executive rooms capture the essence of the Regency period, with historic detailing and an eclectic mix of artwork. For the ultimate convenience for the chic shopper, Grand Executive rooms offer a rare feature: a private door with immediate access to the top of Regent Street. Room amenities include: Wi-Fi, work desk, LCD TV, tea and coffee making facilities, in room safe, and refrigerated private bar.
Grand Langham Club rooms feature generously appointed bedrooms, and equally magnificent marble bathroom. These premier guestrooms offer extra space to work or relax in supreme comfort. Enjoy privileged access to The Langham club. Room amenities include: Wi-Fi, work desk, LCD TV, tea and coffee making facilities, in room safe, and refrigerated private bar.
Artesian - Chic, glamorous cocktail bar designed by David Collins Studios. Rich interiors combine Far Eastern influences with romantically inspired touches.
Elegant gilded interior and dramatic design created by acclaimed designer David Collins. Fine contemporary European cuisine, created by Andrew Turner, featuring British seasonal ingredients and a few intriguing twists.
The centre piece of the hotel, the dazzling Palm Court is home of The Langham’s traditional afternoon tea. Light dining is available all day. Champagnes and other fine libations are served evenings.
Located on the ground floor, the hotel's fully equipped fitness studio has much to offer those in pursuit of good health: State-of-the-art TechnoGym equipment, Large selection of free weights and accessories, Plasma televisions, Cardiovascular machines such as treadmills, cycles, cross-trainer, rower, and experienced personal trainers. Also, you may enjoy the indoor pool, sauna or steam rooms.