The Langham, London has an unrivalled location in the heart of the West End on Regent Street, situated between London’s most sought after ‘villages’ of Marylebone, Fitzrovia, Mayfair and Soho. The Langham, London opened in 1865 as Europe’s first ‘Grand Dame Hotel’ and continues to welcome dignitaries, royalty and international elite throughout its reign. With 380 exquisitely appointed rooms, guests will enjoy genuine service reflecting the hallmarks of its rich heritage, always anticipating but never overbearing.
Savour exquisite modern interpretations of classic French cooking from father and son Michelin chefs Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Roux at The Landau. Discover exotic Oriental concoctions with a dash of classic and contemporary flavours at Artesian, voted the World’s Best Bar. Indulge in the elegant tradition of afternoon tea in the place where it all began, Palm Court. After sundown, unwind with a stylish cocktail when Palm Court transforms into a jazz lounge on Friday and Saturday evenings.
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From start to end we had an amazing experience at this property. Very friendly and helpful staff. The executive lounge had great amenities and snacks. The also house some very good restaurants and bar in the property.
We loved our two nights here! Central, clean and beautiful, wonderful rooms and service. Breakfast at the a la Carter restaurant was great. classy bit pretentious. Yes , luxury, all worth it. The only place in the world where the doorman knew about Graham Greene in depth.
Absolutely stunning restaurant and food. The presentation of the food is immaculate. I went for lunch and someone else paid, but lunch is quite reasonable I think. The decor is also very well done. Great service. Will definitely go back.
Lovely place, reasonable complimentary snack with bar drinks. Careful when they ask if you want water as well as your ordered drinks. In being asked if I want water, I assumed it was complimentary liking other hotels, so replied still. On my bill was charged for the bottle. When I explain this, they took it off the bill.
I didn't stay here. But worked there for the day and everyone seemed lovely. It a fancy hotel. A well oiled machine.