The Langham Hotel is known as the epitome of elegance and poise, and with the ‘World’s Best Bar’ its your go-to hotel for luxury in the city. 

Grand Langham Room

With over 140 years under its belt, The Langham Hotel is one of London’s oldest and grandest hotels, and with such substantial history its safe to say this is a hotel you can trust to deliver enchanting hospitality in luxurious surroundings. This incredible five star hotel offers a host of facilities, from an exceptional health club to an award winning bar and being situated just minutes away from the likes of Oxford and Regent Street, it’s the ideal retreat in London.


Celebrities, tycoons and heads of state are among The Langham’s impressive résumé of past guests so it makes sense that the accommodation is some of the best the city has to offer. With a wide array of suites available from Classic rooms to ‘The Infinity Suite’ there’s anything to suit your taste and budget. Offering a warm and residential feeling, rooms have been designed with a focus on detail and guests are indulged with intuitive service that bears the hallmarks of the hotel’s rich heritage than spans three centuries.
Room amenities include a 32″ flatscreen television, cable and satellite television programming, complimentary Internet access for browsing and checking of emails, high-speed can be purchased, a well-stocked minibar and a in-room safe.


The hotel can be found in an ideal location for anyone travelling around the city centre, just steps away from Oxford Circus and looking out over Regent Street its perfect for every need. Whether it be a weekend of retail therapy or a relaxing stay after seeing one of London’s best shows at the theatre. In close proximity is a host of excellent attractions and restaurants, if the hotels food isn’t to your liking however we’re sure that won’t be the case.

Being in the capital can take it out of you, so take the opportunity to wind down at the Chuan Spa. A haven of tranquility, it’s London’s first luxury hotel spa to incorporate the ancient principles of Traditional Chinese medicine into its signature treatments, with ambience and décor designed to help you relax, whilst also reviving and rejuvenating your body and soul. Before you settle down for your treatments, take a swim in the sixteen metre indoor pool or head to the lower ground floor to the hotel’s fully equipped fitness studio with a host of facilities such as state-of-the-art equipment, free weights and plasma tv’s to keep you entertained. There is also a group of experienced personal trainers to help you make the best of your workout.


For those whose stay is for business and not pleasure, there are a selection of intimate meeting spaces, the Rose Garden and The Terrace Gardens offer unique alfresco experiences. The hotels Grand Ballroom is known for hosting lavish events since 1865 and has been restored to its original grandeur, perfect for parties and weddings.

The Langham is renowned for its bars and restaurants so even if you aren’t staying at the hotel its the ideal spot in the city for gourmet food or after work drinks. Palm Court, the hotels historic centrepiece, is known as the birthplace of the afternoon tea tradition so what better place to spend your afternoon. The hotels signature restaurant Roux at the Landau sees Roux protégé and Chef Chris King create classically-constructed dishes using the finest seasonal ingredients with a contemporary style of presentation. The hotels crowning jewel is the Artesian bar, voted ‘World’s Best Bar’ two years consecutively, it’s a definite must visit. The glamorous bar offers classic and innovative cocktails which has resulted in it becoming a social hub for chic Londoners.

The Langham Hotel will cater for all your needs from dining to relaxation, whether you’re looking for an enchanting luxurious stay in the Capital or just passing by and fancy testing some of the best cocktails London has to offer, The Langham Hotel will be your number one destination.
Visit http://london.langhamhotels.co.uk/ for more info.


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