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Welcome to The Langham London

Address: Portland Place, Marylebone, W1B 1JA

Hotel Description

Located at the top of Regent Street, the prestigious Langham has a chic and glamorous bar, Artesian, and a stylish restaurant, Roux at the Landau. Free Wi-Fi is available and Oxford Circus tube station is just a 5-minute walk away. Shopping, theatres and restaurants are all situated in the local area. The Artesian bar offers a sumptuous cocktail menu, while Roux at The Landau restaurant offers gourmet dining. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea at Palm Court. The Langham London has a health club with 16-metre swimming pool, gym and the award-winning Chuan Spa. An en suite bathroom and air conditioning are featured in each room, as well as a flat-screen TV. The renowned London hotel, with its distinctive charm and character, opened in 1865 as Europes first grand hotel, and it has accommodated royalty, foreign dignitaries and celebrities in luxury for over 140 years.

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University of Westminster - University

University of Westminster - University

Distance 0.08 miles (0.13 km)
The University of Westminster is a recognised centre of excellence in teaching and learning. The institution has world class reputation which has been earned over a period of 170 years. The University´┐Żs reputation has been built on exceptional academic quality, outstanding teaching staff, world class research facilities, central London locations and strong links with industry.

Madame Tussauds - London - Museum

Madame Tussauds - London - Museum

Distance 0.52 miles (0.84 km)
Madame Tussaud, a friend of Louis XVI's sister, arrived in England in 1802 fleeing from the French revolution. She brought with her a collection of death masks of guillotined aristocrats. First opened in The Strand, Madame Tussauds waxwork exhibition was later moved to Marylebone Road. Madame Tussauds continued to grow as its creator added to her collection models of English murderers and body snatchers. Today you will find models of well known sports personalities, musicians and film stars, statesmen from around the world, and even the Royal Family. Have fun in the new Superstars and Legends section by searching for your personal hero or heroine, or find your favourite film star and tell them you are their greatest fan.

The London School of Business and Management - University

The London School of Business and Management - University

Distance 0.62 miles (0.98 km)
The London School of Business and Management is a private, further and higher education institution that specialises in offering quality degree, diploma and certificate academic programs to students from around the world. The School is able to provide students with the opportunity to study leading Business and IT programs. The programs offered are Financial Management, Manufacturing Management, HR Management, Procurement & Logistics, International Management, Strategic Marketing Challenges, Management of Public Policy, and Company & Partnership Law.

Apsley House - London - Country Home

Apsley House - London - Country Home

Distance 0.64 miles (1.02 km)
From April 2004, English Heritage has been given responsibility for the care and presentation of Apsley House. Home to Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington, and his descendants, this internationally important property has for over 200 years been known colloquially as No 1 London, as it was the first house to be encountered after passing the tollgates at the top of Knightsbridge.

Marble Arch - London - Landmark

Marble Arch - London - Landmark

Distance 0.64 miles (1.03 km)
Marble Arch was designed by John Nash in 1828. Built of white Carrara marble, the design was taken from the triumphal arch of Constantine in Rome. It was erected to form a grand gateway to Buckingham Palace. When Queen Victoria and Prince Albert decided to enlarge the palace in 1851, room was made for the extension by removing the vast arch, which then became an entrance to Hyde Park. The upper part of the arch has been used as a place for police surveillance. During a riot in 1855 the crowd were brought to order by a body of police, who emerged from the arch taking the demonstrators by surprise. The area in which Marble Arch now stands was known as Tyburn, the site of the three-legged gallows, a place of public execution, where crowds gathered to witness the gruesome sight.