This grand hotel is the epitomisation of elegance and poise.
The Langham, London, is hands down one of the most stunning hotels in the English capital. Originally built between 1863 and 1865 and opened ceremoniously by King Edward VII, The Langham is one of the largest and most renowned grand hotels to have been constructed in the traditional style and has garnered fanfare from some of the most celebrated names across British and American history, ranging from Mark Twain to Oscar Wilde to Princess Diana. Its present day incarnation sees it patronised by the world's foremost luminaries and media darlings (we're looking at you Mr Bieber). Situated on the eastern end of Marylebone on Portland Place, The Langham is ideally located for forays into Soho and Mayfair, with a plethora of London's most acclaimed restaurants and nightclubs in the immediate vicinity.
However, once inside the immense and opulent hotel, guests have been known to lose interest in the well-heeled surrounds in favour of the hotel's own lavish offerings, which include the dazzling, high-ceilinged Palm Court where the Langham's Afternoon Tea is served; Roux at the Landau, which brings together superstar chefs Albert and Michel Roux Jr; The Artesian Bar, winner of 'The World's Best Bar 2012'; and the Chuan Spa, a luxury haven specialising in traditional Chinese medicine. The Langham boasts 380 elegant rooms, all equipped with the amenities one would expect from a five-star hotel, including flat screen televisions, complimentary internet access, a well-stocked bar and artisanal tea and coffee. There are an abundance of fine accommodation offers available as well, including their flagship Infinity Suite and Regent Suite for a very special occasion.