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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We began with a cocktail in the bar. Staff were super friendly. Try the whiskey cocktail. We then had afternoon tea with the Wedgwood settings. Staff were excellent and the food was really tasty. We ordered gluten free scones but as they are hard to get right, they were rather crumby. The tea options are vast so step out and try something different
Beautiful place. Attentive and friendly staff, but not over the top. Had a cocktail at the Palm court room, the atmosphere was nice and relaxing. Enjoyed the spa, the swimming pool is on the small side - perfect for one, two will be company, three will be a crowd. The location is perfect, not on a busy road, has a lovely good night sleep in the comfortable bed. Cleanliness was faultless, the room service brought delicious pastries for breakfast. Be sure to buy the signature scent from the lovely staff at the reception, it makes a nice souvenir or a gift
Beautiful and warm place, very and well dressed staff, catering for more or less all individual from vegetarian to gluten free. The place itself was nice, tidy and clean. I would recommend it to those who like this kind of my place. It really wasn't for me as I like big portion of food and that was not what was served but its still a nice place.
Dashing and totally at the top of the list for hotel accommodation in London. l stayed here for a few days. Upon entry you are met with lovely, friendly (not too nosey) staff. I swear they never made me feel like I was checking in or like I was incapable of finding the check in desk... or maybe they just treat you as a returning guest who knows the 5 star place but that was great. If you get to stay here... the rooms are great and some don't have a great view but you will appreciate that it's bang in the centre of London. Closest Tube station is Oxford Circus and the Soho district is just a stone throw away with Oxford Street Shoppers and Piccadilly Square not too far away. There are a few good places to eat on the doorstep of the hotel in Regent Street. So if you wish to escape the hotel catering which is brilliant but could be pricey for some, stroll around and you'll find ample places. Now and then you might get a glimpse of the odd celebrity.
Amazing afternoon tea! Exquisite cakes and a stunning ambience.
Come with an appetite to make the most of the bottomless tea (there are so many varieties to choose from, but don't worry your 'Tea Sommelier' is on hand to help) and unlimited sandwiches and scones which are so delicious - you won't be able to resist and the diet will be truly out of the window.
The best bit is a lack of haughtiness common to other posh establishments.. Such as making sure you leave with a lovely little takeaway box of "leftovers" which are really just extras they want you to have!
A wonderful treat.