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The Langham, London

1C Portland Place, Regent Street, W1B 1JA, UK
The Langham Review
5 Star Rating
16 December 2015The LanghamTags: London, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £480 per night

The Langham is one of London’s oldest grand hotels and is located in the heart of London just off of Regent Street. You can shop on Oxford Street, experience the colourful Soho nightlife, or visit some of London’s iconic tourist attractions, all within a short distance of The Langham.

During our visit we experienced a Grand Executive Room. Our room had been recently refurbished, there was still the traditional and luxurious décor you would expect from such a hotel, we loved the touches of deep purple throughout the room. The room had plenty of character as you’d expect from a building of this historic stature, as well as nice modern touches.

“Perfect for those looking for a luxurious break.”

Our room had a separate bathroom complete with a lovely marble finish and his and hers basins, along with a large bath and separate shower, the amenities were well finished and taking a long soak in these lavish surroundings was very satisfying. Our living area had an espresso machine which we made good use of, and having a front facing room we had perfect views over Portland Place and the top of Regent Street, we were very comfortable and well looked after.

Our room category granted us access to Club Langham during our stay. This is The Langham’s upscale version of a club lounge. Here you can enjoy complimentary champagne, spirits, wine, beer and a delicious selection of canapés. This lounge felt more like a private members club rather than an over used lounge like some hotel lounges. It’s a place of calm and luxury and the staff look after you from the moment you enter, we would definitely recommend the lounge as part of your visit.

The other amenities in The Langham are of a very high standard. The hotel is home to Michel Roux’s, Roux at the Landau, which happens to be one of my favourite restaurants in London. It’s also home to the internationally-acclaimed Chuan Spa, so be sure to make the most of their wonderful treatments, or a trip to the gym which has a good selection of equipment, or perhaps a dip in their gorgeous indoor swimming pool.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Langham, which provided the exact right balance of comfort and style. The hotel oozes elegance from the moment you enter the building, and the beauty of the facade follows through. We would happily return here, as it is a hotel that prides itself on its high standards. It truly is a gem for those that prefer classic elegance over modern luxuries.

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