The Langham, Boston blends the legendary hospitality of the original Langham grand hotel with the classic architectural elegance of Boston's former Federal Reserve Bank building. A tranquil haven of luxury in the center of Massachusetts' economic and cultural heartland, The Langham Hotel Boston is assuredly among the city's finest hotels. Here you experience The Langham Hotel Boston's hallmark 'service with poise', and sublime comfort in rich, graceful surroundings.
The polished old-world elegance of this fine Boston hotel, evident in all its rooms and suites, stems from the rich heritage of the building, which formerly housed the Federal Reserve Bank. It's a storied background that lends extra gravitas and grace to what is perhaps the most distinguished entity among the hotels Boston presents. Room amenities include: Bed Type: Queen, 37 inch Flat Screen HDTV, iHome docking station for iPod, Direct-dial two-line telephone, Broadband Internet access, Laptop-size in-room safe, Well-stocked minibar.
Enjoy breakfast or lunch in Café Fleuri featuring Contemporary New England Cuisine. Dine under lofty atrium ceilings for a fresh and light approach to regional favorites. A Boston native, Executive Chef Mark Sapienza, offers a variety of locally-sourced and produced foods in addition to house-made items. He has a direct relationship with local farmers and artisan food purveyors to offer the best meat, seafood, cheese, fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Menus are changed weekly to reflect the seasonal flavors of New England.Café Fleuri, known as a power breakfast destination, includes traditional American dishes, healthy options and signature dishes such as House Smoked Maple Cured Salmon, Grilled Corned Beef Hash and Eggs or House Made Dried Fruit and Nut Granola.
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