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Grange Langham Court
31 - 35 Langham Street
Mayfair
London

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Amidst the excitement of London's famous shopping areas of Oxford Street and Bond Street and minutes away from Regents Park and the City's financial district lies a haven of tranquillity - The Langham Court Hotel. Softly lit and furnished with style the hand carved rosewood furniture, sparkling chandeliers and polished marble floors all exude sophisticated elegance. The Langham Court has lost none of the style and grace of the Victorian era, but has blended it subtly with the most desirable, luxurious amenities of today - all behind a unique and immaculately restored facade. Each of its 60 superbly appointed rooms offers peace and privacy. Sumptuously furnished and immaculately designed, your every need for comfort is assured. The locally renowned Langham's Brasserie offers the delights of French gastronomy, making dining a pleasure whether for business or otherwise whilst Vino Latinos, the Langham Court's Latin Wine Bar, full of personality, offers a menu inspired by flowers from foreign shores. Experience the warm welcome, the refined style, the superb traditional standards of service and sophisticated elegance of The Langham Court.

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