The Langham has been a fixture on the London hotel scene for over 150 years. Its pedigree is so impressive, when it opened Thomas Cook manned its rail and sea ticket office. Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga have been recent guests. They follow in the footsteps of an illustrious clientele which has included Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, George Orwell and Diana, Princess of Wales. Its Palm Court was where the afternoon tea was born in 1865, a tradition that’s lost none of its popularity since that time. The hotel’s Landau restaurant, its glamorous Artesian bar and decadent Chuan Spa add a liberal dose of luxury across today’s food and beverage provision. The rooms are, as you’d expect, exquisitely elegant, though if you’re of a nervous disposition, you might want to avoid Room 333 which is said to be the most haunted hotel room in London.
The Langham’s private and discrete suites are a sanctuary from the noise and bustle of the UK capital. With views down prestigious Regent Street, overlooking historic All Soul’s Church in Langham Place or along Portland Place to Regent’s Park, when you do poke a nose out, you’re in one of the best addresses in London.
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