Whether you are planning a luxe getaway for the weekend with your significant other or with friends, treat yourself to a grand experience at the newly restored The Langham, Boston. From the minute you walk through the doors, you’ll absorb the American warmth and comfort of the iconic landmark, and encounter the beautiful top-to-bottom renovation. The mix of Boston’s history and modern amenities is evident throughout The Langham, Boston.
The Langham, Boston recently welcomed The New Langham, New Experience offer including daily breakfast for two, daily valet parking for one vehicle, a welcome amenity from the culinary team, a bespoke keepsake representative of Boston, an upgrade upon arrival, subject to availability, early check-in and late check-out, subject to availability, a heritage tour of the hotel, and double miles from selected airlines. For those just ready to get away, enjoy 20% off with the Let’s Get Away special offer.
Guests have the chance to be embraced with sights like the new art collection which pays homage to its Boston heritage. The collection features 60 specially commissioned pieces of 268 total works, 126 of which have a local Boston connection. As part of this impressive display, Richmond International worked with The Copley Society, the oldest artistic non-profit in the United States. The Copley Society were one of three local galleries from which Richmond sourced 109 artworks, 77 of which came from Boston-based artists, to establish the theme that runs like a thread through the hotel’s historic fabric.
After sightseeing or shopping in the city, wind down and enjoy a drink on the first floor at The Fed, a sophisticated space with a large central bar. The Fed has a British-inspired pub and New England feel, where guests can order a seafood tower, choose comfort plates or dive straight into shareable dishes like glitzy sticks—hot dog, crispy potato, fermented cabbage, with spicy mayo or The Langham favorite—XXL stovetop three cheese & mustard toastie! There is also outdoor dining courtesy of the outdoor terrace.
Reserve a table for breakfast, lunch or brunch at Grana. This restaurant shouts all things grand, from the original soaring ceilings, ornate moldings and fixture, and velvet furniture pieces. When you experience Grana, you are experiencing the glamour of the 1920s, with special surprises intertwined like the original terrazzo floor that is now a centerpiece. Don’t forget the world-class art collection too. Grana is perfect for the whole family with a shareable menu of authentic Italian plates including handcrafted pasta and risotto and bone-in veal Milanese, just to name a few. On the weekends, enjoy an Al Tavolo menu or breakfast classics with farm fresh eggs, healthy dishes and fresh-pressed juice at Grana’s grandeur brunch.
“I am thrilled to bring the experience I have gained not just from my culinary career but from around the world to my hometown,” said Stephen Bukoff, Executive Chef. “I’m looking forward to utilizing incredible locally-sourced produce, meats and seafood to create the kind of food that goes perfectly with The Langham’s promise of being a new American classic in the Boston market.”
The Langham, Boston is introducing The Langham Club. It’s an exclusive haven nestled in the corner of the 8th floor overlooking Norman B Leventhal Park. Guests of The Club have access to a number of privileges including a premium bar selection of beer, wine and cocktails throughout the day, food and beverage offerings starting from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., as well as up to 3 complimentary pressings of items per stay upon arrival.
Say goodnight in luxury overlooking Boston’s beautiful skyline. The 312 residentially-styled guest rooms and suites pinpoint on new American classic charm and features. The rooms have the feeling of an upscale residence with luxurious beds, Nespresso machines, 50-inch LED HD-televisions, plush bathrobes and slippers, pillow menu, walk-in Italian marble showers and demister mirrors, meaning that you don’t have to worry about the fog. The designers wanted the rooms to be inviting for the guests after a long day’s journey. The rooms incorporate a combination of neutral tones with pops of blue—an essential color to Boston’s maritime tradition and the Boston Harbor.
Reserve your stay at The Langham, Boston today!
The Langham, Boston
250 Franklin St., Boston, MA
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