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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Had two wonderful stays here in Oct 2018. Really well located and staff made the stay very special. Concierge was very accommodating. Room service was also quite good, and I don’t normally enjoy room service food.
The Langham is a lovely hotel. We had afternoon tea there on a cold wet June day. The porters were helpful with our very wet clothes. They took them immediately ad offered to dry them. We were taken to a very elegant restaurant. Beautifully decorated and adequate but subdued lighting. There was a pianist playing background music the whole time we were there. Afternoon tea was excellent. If you have a hearty appetite the portions might be considered too small but we have sampled afternoon tea in many top places and are frequently put off by sandwiches with crusts on, large scones and stodgy cakes. The service was unobtrusive but available whenever required. I could not fault it.
Elegant surroundings with delicious food and excellent service moments from Oxford Circus tube but a whole world away.
Tasty savories; good choice of sandwiches and quiche with the high tea. If you don't drink caffeinated drinks there's also a good range of options for you. A nice touch during afternoon tea was a pianist playing popular and jazz.
You have to stay here if you want to please you in the best possible way. Rooms are very clean and staff really polite. It is close to everything and easy to reach.
I didn't stay long enough to eat this time, but it's still the kind of place where one could comfortably reside in the toilets! Top quality specifications and beautifully finished in every aspect. And, the door staff are very friendly and helpful. Escape the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, if you can afford it! Alternatively, check out the Wigmore pub, which I think is still owned by the hotel.