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|"Amazing staff, clean, excellent location."||(in 173 reviews)|
|"Really welcoming and friendly staff."||(in 321 reviews)|
|"Amazing hotel and very helpful staff."||(in 172 reviews)|
|staff were wonderful||in 738 reviews|
|great location||in 407 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 380 reviews|
|room was small||in 338 reviews|
|great service||in 202 reviews|
|room service||in 201 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 128 reviews|
|great bar||in 107 reviews|
|stay in london||in 106 reviews|
|heart of london||in 89 reviews|
|great food||in 83 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 63 reviews|
|club lounge||in 35 reviews|
|roux||in 22 reviews|
|palm court||in 18 reviews|
|artesian||in 15 reviews|
|regent street||in 15 reviews|
|bathroom very small||in 1 review|
|comfortable beds||in 1 review|
|good location||in 1 review|
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....
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. Its the nicest hotel I've ever stayed in.
I loved the kingsize bed
Of course as always staff courtesy and the overall service is the main reason for us to stay at this hotel, despite the unpleasant experiences we had this "time only" with some of the reception staff upon our arrival which I will mention in the other Box.
We are a regular customers and we know the level of services of this hotel however, we were totally shocked by the low service offered by your Supervisor at reception area Mr Sabestaian which was way below expectation.If he continues there he will certainly cause more damages to hotel reputation, Hotel mgt should consider giving him more lessons on customer service. Ms Suzana was of the same Category!. The rest of staff at the reception and other places were absoloutely all stars.
the whole thing hotel was lovely the rooms staff the decor everything was nice choice of food and drink was great cocktails were amazing we wil def be looking to stay again in near future. was our friends birhday and they went out of there way and made occassion special cant wait to visit again
The location and the high standard
The Langham is an old fashioned 5 Star Hotel. In other words it deserves every one of the stars. Maybe it costs a bit more, but nothing is too much trouble and the staff are that great blend of friendliness and efficiency with not a hint of snobbery, which of course is a true sign of class. A great location and a real feel of opulence.
The hotel is located close to restaurants, shops and is a short walking distance from excellent theatres.The hotel staff and facilities lived up to a five star experience you expect from the Langham reputation.
Was a very good stay and the room was perfect. The location is perfect and the lcd tv in the room is amazing
Everytime i tried calling the concierge they never picked up
excellent service from all staff, good lively bar, and good rooms. excellent central ocation.
The hotel is very beautiful, confortable and the staff very nice and helpful. The location is perfect for a stay in London, long or short. Very, very clean!
The Langham London has a long history, as it has been providing service since 1865. It is one of the most iconic places to stay in all of London, and it recently added a number of suites, as well as places to dine and relax. The hotel is located in the London’s West End, making it a good location for visitors who want to experience everything this area of the city has to offer.
The hotel features 380 rooms and suites in all. There are 333 guestrooms, 42 private suites, and five apartments with a kitchen. The rooms feature modern amenities, as well as a Victorian feel. Some of the types of amenities included in the rooms include complimentary wireless Internet, an iron and an ironing board, coffeemaker, and an in-room safe. Larger rooms and suites will naturally have additional features and amenities.
Guests will find a range of amenities at the hotel, as well. These include fitness facilities, a swimming pool, an underground spa with a range of holistic treatments, and places to dine that are onsite. Some of the dining locations include the Wigmore, Roux at the Landau, Artesian, and Palm Court.
Visitors to the hotel will find that the location means they are only a short distance from plenty of other places to dine, as well. Some of the nearby locations include Kibele Restaurant & Bar, Demartino, Portland Restaurant, and Prince Regent. Guests will find that they are only a short distance from places such as Regent’s Park, Hyde Park, the Serpentine, and more.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The most straight forward way to get from the airport to your accommodation is by taxi, which will take about 50min and will cost around £110 (about $135) for a one-way fare. You can also get to the hotel using the metro tube public transport system, with the closest station to the hotel being the Oxford Circus station. To get there, get the Piccadilly Line from the airport heading towards Cockfosters. You can either get off at the Green Park station and change to the Victoria Line heading to Walthamstow Central for one stop or get off at the Piccadilly Circus station and change to the Bakerloo Line heading to Queen’s Park for one stop.
Afternoon tea at the hotel is a special and renowned experience, having won the Best Afternoon Tea Service 2018 award. Afternoon tea is served every day from midday to 5:30 pm, and you will have 3 options to choose from. The standard afternoon tea experience offers exquisite homemade hors d’oeuvres made with the highest quality seasonal ingredients, and you have the option of adding a glass of champagne to your experience for an extra fee. Alternatively, you can opt for the high tea experience which offers the same fare as the afternoon tea with an additional signature savory dish. Finally, the little ones get their own special children’s afternoon tea where they get to select a book from a special library to accompany their meal.
The hotel has a dedicated events team that will be able to help you with the organization of any event, be in a corporate meeting, a wedding or a social event. The hotel has over 15 different rooms and spaces of all sizes that are able to accommodate up to 375 persons in one room, with both indoor and outdoor options available, and you will be able to add audio-visual equipment and catering as needed.
The spa at the hotel offers two options for treatments that you can enjoy side by side with your partner. You can choose a 50min Couples Massage, but if you are after the ultimate experience, you can book the Couples Escape which includes a full exfoliation, a Swedish massage and an Aromatherapy Facial. This experience lasts for over 2h and gives you access to all the spa facilities afternoon.
If you are looking to enhance your stay at the hotel, you can consider adding club lounge access with your stay. The lounge serves breakfast in the morning with both a continental option and hot breakfast available, and you will have access to cocktails and champagne during the day. You will also get to sample the afternoon tea, and you will be able to make use of the Butler Services for the duration of your stay, which includes the ability to check in and check out privately. (Prices checked 31/07/19).
The Langham London is located at 1C Portland Place in Marylebone, 2.4 km from the center of London. Piccadilly Circus is the closest landmark to The Langham London.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Langham London.
Yes, The Langham London offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Langham London does not offer free parking.
No, The Langham London does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Langham London is 13.5 km from London City.
Yes, The Langham London is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Langham London has a pool onsite.