The Langham, Hong Kong

British high style in Hong Kong
VERIFIED LUXURY
The original Langham, in London, calls itself the first “grand European hotel,” and the brand does much to preserve that legacy, even as far away as Hong Kong.

The Langham, Hong Kong sits in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, in a shopper’s paradise of luxury malls that pervade the contemporary city.

But stepping into the lobby, a sense of Old World grandeur is immediately palpable in the service — which is exceedingly patient and polite — and the setting, with its neoclassical detailing, hand-painted ceiling; marble floors; massive chandeliers; and velvet upholstery in opulent shades of gold and burgundy.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• The club lounge was designed with a wink to Savile Row and Hong Kong’s own famous suit makers, with playful allusions to tailoring and colorful pops of British eccentricity.

• Be sure to indulge in the Hong Kong hotel’s bespoke version of tradition tea service with The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood. Specialty teas are served in tailor-made “Langham Rose” Wedgwood teaware with a special menu created by the hotel's executive pastry chef.

• Also hailing from London, Artesian bar features bourbon creations, gin and tonic specialties, and other classic cocktails crafted with house-made infusions — all shaken and stirred by a fashionable bar crew.

• Perched on the 15th floor, take a dip in the gorgeous rooftop swimming pool lined with luxurious loungers or relax in the Jacuzzi for a heavenly retreat.

• The Chuan Body + Soul spa is the perfect place to find balance after a long flight. Indulge in the wide array of facials, massages and body treatments and find your Zen.
Things to Know
• Guests with club access can enjoy private meeting space, check-in service, breakfast and light meals all day.

• The newly renovated Palm Court pays tribute to its heritage — it is styled after its namesake at The Langham, London, where afternoon tea was first served more than 140 years ago.

• Don’t forgo your workout routine—take advantage of the well-equipped gym, and luxurious locker rooms.
The Rooms
• While this Hong Kong hotel honors its origins, it certainly doesn’t live in the past. The 498 rooms and suites are furnished with every obligatory tech feature.

• Modern comforts include the hotel’s signature Blissful Bed, deep bathtubs, in-room espresso machines and minibars stocked with goodies.

• The interiors are a lighter version of the lobby, with a classic feel and opulent colors with art deco elements that recall 1920s glamour.
The Restaurants
• Dining is definitely not an afterthought here. The lauded T’ang Court serves fine Cantonese fare, while The Bostonian does classic steaks, oysters and lobster in a dining room hung with a fabulous art collection.

• As one of the only New York-style eateries in Hong Kong, The Main St. Deli serves an honest-to-goodness Reuben and other classic sandwiches.

• For all-day dining, The Food Gallery offers everything from curries to burgers to fried rice; choose from the menu or go for the buffet of international specialties, including a bounty of fresh seafood.
Getting There
8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
TEL852-2375-1133
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
HKG (26-40 min)  
The Langham, Hong Kong
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