What makes The Langham, Chicago different from other hotels?

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Jaydine Sayer

Perhaps the most striking aspect of The Langham, Chicago is the building it is housed in, a Ludwig Mies van der Rohe-designed riverfront landmark. The Midcentury Modern building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010, and the interior design of the hotel nods to its rich architectural heritage.

The guest rooms here are some of the largest in the city, and start at just over 500 square feet with views of the Chicago River, Lake Michigan, the Loop and River North. Those looking for a tradition from a venerable luxury hotel brand will be pleased with its signature afternoon tea — Tiffin at The Langham — served in the warm, light-filled Pavilion.

We appreciate the club lounge, too. A true oasis for business travelers, the 12th-floor lounge has butler service, offers incredible views of the city skyline and serves complimentary light bites and cocktails all day long. It even has shower facilities, a library and a generous space for lounging.

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