|Distance to city centre||1.5 mi|
|Nearest airport||London Heathrow|
|Distance to airport||13.8 mi|
|"Excellent room Excellent staff."||(in 97 reviews)|
|"The bed was very comfortable."||(in 58 reviews)|
|"Beautiful interior, great location."||(in 138 reviews)|
|afternoon tea||in 11 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 184 reviews|
|club lounge||in 19 reviews|
|cocktail bar||in 57 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 83 reviews|
|excellent service||in 85 reviews|
|excellent staff||in 346 reviews|
|glasses utensils||in 2 reviews|
|great food||in 50 reviews|
|great location||in 186 reviews|
|hotel in london||in 50 reviews|
|hotel staff||in 382 reviews|
|palm court||in 16 reviews|
|regent street||in 7 reviews|
|restaurants within the hotel||in 26 reviews|
|room was upgrade||in 168 reviews|
Very luxurious, extremely friendly staff and a probably the best breakfast I've ever had at a hotel. We were there for our wedding night and the hotel very kindly upgraded us to an executive suite. The fact the hotel manager had hand-written a (fairly lengthy) congratulations card, and left us some 'congratulations' sweets and cakes was also a very thoughtful touch. Would highly recommend for a treat or anyone looking for a bit of luxury in London.
Everything about this Hotel is exceptional. The service and quality is always beyond any reproach. The location is also perfect.
The price is high but you get much more than you pay for.
Great with minor mistakes
Nice staff, vibrant bar
Noise as I wa allocated close to club lounge, another privacy door should be installed;
tiny rooms even with upgrade weird hotel layout
Affortable British Luxury
Fantastic Hotel Experience! The room, lighting and British-ish decor of the room was just what we were looking for. Everyone in the hotel was friendly, the room luxurious and yet affordable compared to other 5 star hotels nearby (our stay was half the price of other 5 star hotels closer to Buckingham palace and with a kind bed). Centrally located, the Langham was only a 10 minute walk from public transportation and minutes away from a Starbucks. If traveling with an infant, you have access to a refrigerator and can request a crib. LOVED the club room w/ complementary breakfast (6:30-11am) and tea time (2-4pm) was a great treat! Access to two restaurants, a bar and cub room provided many food options. Morning and evening room service was very luxurious. Definitely coming back and recommending.
Front entrance does not have a ramp BUT there is a side elevator (important if you have a stroller). The bed we had seemed old as there was a BIG dent from where most guests must've slept (to be fair, most hotels are this way). I know this hotel had a pool, but for some reason I didn't see a sign for it, or perhaps we never noticed it.
Staff was fantastic. My room was great, especially considering the rate, although wouldn't have been worth the "full" price....
For over 150 years, The Langham London has been a go-to for dignitaries and royalty. Fresh off a $135 million dollar makeover, the hotel (one of Europe’s first so-called Grand Hotels) is a perennially commanding presence in London's posh Marylebone neighborhood. The elegant Victorian architecture and luxurious modern facilities combine for a five-star experience guaranteed to delight both business and leisure travelers. Luxury and Convenience With a business center, meeting rooms, and free Wi-Fi, those in London for work can make themselves at home, while vacationers will enjoy the spa, fitness center, and stunning indoor pool, set in a former bank vault. The hotel also offers bicycle rentals for active London exploration. In-house dining is superb - a father-son team operates the acclaimed Roux at The Landau restaurant, while Artesian was named one of the world's best bars by Drinks International in 2013. Palm Court is lovely for afternoon tea, and private dining can be arranged in the hotel's gorgeous ballroom or carriage rooms. Local Attractions At the top of Regent Street, The Langham London is next door to the city's West End theater district. Within walking distance are the British Museum and Regent's Park, while Big Ben and Hyde Park aren't far on public transportation. While the hotel's neighborhood of Marylebone is plenty stylish, equally fashionable Mayfair and Covent Garden are close by, and well worth visiting.
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|London Marylebone, Greater London||0.8 mi|