- Capacity: Guests: 375
- Spaces: Business Centre, Portland Foyer, Postillion, Rose Garden, Roux at The Landau, The Ballroom, The Barouche, The Brougham, The Clarence, The Fitzrovia, The Marylebone, The Mayfair, The Phaeton, The Soho, The Stanhope, The Surrey, The Victoria
- Facilities: Artesian & Palm Court, Dining Facilities: Roux At The Landau, Guest rooms, Health & Fitness Club, Meeting, The Infinity Suite, The Langham Club
- Food and Beverage: Afternoon Tea, Artesian, British Cuisine, Michel Roux, Palm Court, Roux at The Landau
- Events: Balls, Banquets, Birthdays, Board Meetings, Business Events, Celebrations, Charity Events, Christmas Parties, Conferences, Corporate Functions, Gala Dinners, Private Dining, Receptions
- Decor: Classic, Elegant, Luxurious, Regal, Victorian Architecture
- Availability: Available All Year
- Recognition: A Member Of Prestigious Venues, Prestigious Star Award Winner 2012, Prestigious Star Award Winner 2013, The Tea Guild's Top London Afternoon Tea Award
Perfectly located at the top of Regent Street, The Langham, London opened as Europe's first 'grand hotel' in 1865. Following an exciting £80m transformation, she exudes a graceful and timeless elegance, blending a sense of the past with the style of today.
Palm Court, the lounge at The Langham, London, has been awarded the Tea Guild's Top London Afternoon Tea 2010 Award, the so-called 'oscars of the tea room'. Palm Court is where the tradition of afternoon tea began, 145 years ago. Their award-winning tea menu includes delicate finger sandwiches, Valrhona chocolate eclairs, scones and clotted cream and and as the afternoon wears on, a glass of Champagne to follow your Earl Grey. The Lounge, which has undergone an £80m refurbishment in recent years, was praised by judges who singled out its 'light and airy' setting, 'beautiful furnishings', as well as its 'exceptional service.' The Tea Guild's Top London Afternoon Tea Award, which is now in its 25th year, is decided by undercover inspectors, who award points for the variety and quality of the teas offered, together with the quality of food, service, decor, ambience, and presentation. Opened in 1865 as Europe's first 'Grand Hotel', The Langham, London, is a prestigious Victorian landmark that has been hosting royalty, foreign dignitaries & celebrities since it's opening. It has recently undergone an £80m restoration programme that transformed interiors throughout the hotel. The space includes 380 bedrooms, the centrepiece Palm Court, a new business centre & 15 function rooms, including The Grand Ballroom, which holds up to 375 guests for a reception. The new spaces join the Artesian bar, Roux at The Landau restaurant and the private dining room, Postillion created by celebrity designer David Collins.Read More
The Langham, London opened in 1865 as Europe's first purpose built 'grand hotel'. The hotel had over 300 bedrooms, making it the largest hotel in London, it had its own water supply from an artesian well (hence the name of the hotel's bar), it had the very novel 'rising rooms', hydraulically operated lifts which people flocked to see and each room had hot and cold running water.
After the second world war the hotel was occupied by the BBC and was bought outright in 1965. In 1986 it was sold to the Ladbroke Group for £26m and eventually reopened as the Langham Hilton in 1991 after a £100m refurbishment. The hotel is now part of Langham Hotels International (based in Hong Kong) and is the flagship hotel of the group.