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 went here because we were looking for a fancy place to enjoy high tea while visiting London, and this did not disappoint. The service was lovely and the food and tea was incredible. So beautiful, in fact, that I almost didn't want to eat the food because it was so pretty! The venue was beautiful and there was live music (piano). It was expensive--the most expensive and fanciest meal I've ever had or will have in my life--but it's what we were looking for, and it was definitely worth the experience. I am began, but after requesting a vegan menu while booking, the chef was able to create a beautiful selection of finger sandwiches, scones, and desserts that were no less grand than the non-vegans. I am very impressed with The Langham and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for high tea in London!
This is a five-star experience if you get one of the larger rooms, the smaller ones are utterly disappointing.
Staff are very attentive. The bar serves up lovely concoctions, Afternoon tea is creative. Be sure to have a swim in the pool!
The decor in the downstairs areas is immaculate, upkept and not tired like many other London hotels.
Had afternoon tea here with a friend last week. Lovely hotel and very decadent restaurant for lunch. Food was fantastic and service was excellent. Staff were very attentive and made experience super.
My wife and I enjoyed five nights whilst visiting family. The location at the intersection of Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho is as good as it gets to access the city. The hotel is near the north end of Regent St, quiet, but at the feet of all the shopping, pubs and restaurants just blocks away. The doormen and staff are lovely. The rooms are cozy and the bed extremely comfortable. In regards to dining, the breakfast menu is delicious and the room whether in the morning or for high tea is delightful. You get what you pay for here and then some. Thank you, Langham, London.
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