CHICAGO — When a client requests a five-star city hotel, a multitude of business amenities and several leisure perks, The Langham, Chicago makes for an easy choice.
As the newest addition to the North American portfolio of Langham Hospitality Group, The Langham, Chicago is found within AMA Plaza, a 52-storey high-rise designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, one of 14 significant buildings created by the world-renowned architect in Chicago, a metropolis well-known for its architecture and art.
With this enviable location, The Langham, Chicago features 316 guestrooms and suites, with suites offering ample space for impromptu business meetings, after-work relaxation paired with unbeatable views of the city skyline. In addition, the luxury hotel has an extensive art collection of more than 150 works by local and international artists.
For an elevated experience, clients can consider an upgrade to The Langham Club, which includes access to concierge services, club lounge, daily breakfast, all-day refreshments and snacks, Langham Afternoon Tea, premium bar service and pressing of garments. The Langham Club members can also choose from four accommodation options including the Executive Club Room, Junior Club Suite, One Bedroom Club Suite and One Bedroom Club River View Suite request a two-hour use of The Langham Club boardroom (subject to availability), and access the club lounge’s Writer’s Corner, with library and two computer workstations. Need more space for a group gathering? The Langham Chicago boasts 15,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.
“Overlooking Lake Michigan and residing along the Chicago River, The Langham, Chicago is a part of the city’s heart and iconic locations, nestled between a trio of museums, and a short walk away from Millennium Park, North Michigan Avenue’s retail hub and Chicago’s business district,” said general manager Anthony Zamora.
“At the forefront of innovation and hospitality, The Langham’s ethos, across all of its luxury properties, is centered around celebrating the everyday. From weddings to afternoon tea, The Langham seeks to be a part of these special shared moments with guests and remind them of the beauty in everyday life,” added Zamora.
After a long day working or sightseeing, visitors will appreciate the wellness amenities available at The Langham, Chicago, including the 22,000 square-foot health club featuring Life Fitness Signature series exercise equipment, Peloton bikes, a swimming pool and hydrotherapy hot tub, as well as the signature Chuan Spa, which provides customized spa treatments based on the five elements (fire, water, earth, wood, metal) for optimum relaxation and revitalization for the body and mind.
Additional bespoke benefits include a running tour of Chicago’s lakefront with the hotel concierge, Philippe Gills, and the Sleep Matters by Chuan program featuring tips, treatments, music and mindful exercises to encourage a good night’s rest.
The five-star hotel also offers two dining options overseen by Executive Chef Damion Henry and his team: Travelle Kitchen + Bar, a farm-to-table dining restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and Pavilion Lounge, offering The Langham Afternoon Tea every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 12 p.m.-4 p.m., showcasing seasonal menus and sweet confections from the hotel’s culinary pastry team, led by the recently-added Executive Pastry Chef Walleska Cianfanelli.
The Langham, London, the brand’s flagship property, is credited with being the origin of afternoon tea in 1865. For foodie-focused clients, The Langham Supper Club membership includes exclusive discounts at The Langham, Chicago and seven other Langham hotels around the world.
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