To mark its 150th anniversary, The Langham London Hotel has unveiled to TripReporter the first phase of its renovations. The Langham London new Regent Wing precedes the new Langham Club Lounge and The Sterling Suite projects which are due to open later this spring and offers guests a new experience in what was formerly their club floor rooms.
Aimed at guests who prefer the feeling of a private residence, The Regent Wing overlooks Langham Place and benefits from a private entrance at the top of Regent Street and direct access to the hotel’s Chuan Spa. Stepping into the private world of The Regent Wing will evoke the feeling of a boutique hotel, with individual styling that reflects the era of the Regency period influenced by historic detailing, with an eclectic artwork evoking a strong sense of place.
Paul Walters, General Manager of The Langham, London told us: ‘the new wing marks the first phase of our renovation; the largest since our re-launch in 2009. The design is a clear nod to the heritage of our building with classic elements merging with modern touches. Moreover, the wing captures the essence of the hotel’s history and its projected future’
Averaging 31 square metres, the 43 new Grand Executive rooms include completely new furnishings and air conditioning, an array of international power sockets, integrated USB ports and Nespresso coffee machines. The new Regent Suite occupies an entire floor, and can be booked exclusively, with up to four bedrooms, a private sitting room and kitchen – perfect for longer stays, larger family gatherings and VIP groups. Two additional Studio Suites provide flexible accommodation for parents travelling with children. An additional Wedgwood Suite, styled with artefacts and bespoke items of English heritage chinaware, will complement the Wing.
To book a room at the new Langham London Regent Wing visit Langham London Hotel