The Langham brand has a legendary hotel heritage dating back to 1865, when the Langham, London opened as Europe's first 'Grand Hotel.' On September 10, 2013, The Langham, Chicago opened its doors in a Mies van der Rohe-designed building, the first hotel privileged to be housed in such a location.
Lobby of The Langham, Chicago — Photo courtesy of The Langham, ChicagoPaying homage to the famed architect, guests entering the grand lobby will be washed away in contemporary designs from Knoll Furniture and an art collection which includes pieces by Jaume Plensa and Anish Kapoor. Both have works at Millennium Park: Plensa designed Crown Fountain and Kapoor designed Cloud Gate.
The luxury property features 316 guest rooms and suites starting from 516 square feet. Each room is equipped with high outlets for easy use, jack packs for smart phone technology, 55-inch televisions and individually identified light switches.
Grand Room, The Langham, Chicago — Photo courtesy of Mike Schwartz
Its Club Level with butler service is truly unique with all-day refreshments served, two-hour use of a conference room as well as all the services one would expect of a butler.
Travelle, its full-service restaurant, bar and lounge, features Chef Tim Graham's contemporary take on Mediterranean cuisine. Signature dishes include suckling pig with curry squash, fig and olives and the pomegranate braised lamb shank with orzo.
Chuan Spa — Photo courtesy of The Langham, ChicagoGuests have access to the hotel’s 16,000 square feet of luxurious spa and wellness facilities including Chuan Spa, a fully-equipped gym and a 67-foot swimming pool.
Art plays an important role at The Langham, Chicago. Flavours of Langham Gift Shop sells items by artist Julian Opie, whose artwork is found in Travelle Restaurant, and also offers art prints by Chicago architectural photographer Hedrich Blessing, whose artwork is featured throughout the hotel.