Experience Australia's most awarded hotel, where boutique luxury is assured and personal service unsurpassed. The Langham Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore Australia's most vibrant city. Superbly located near Sydney's historic Rocks and central business district, nestled near the vibrant harbour and the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, this is an enviable location close to the bustling heart of the city.
The Day Spa at The Langham Hotel is the perfect place in which to unwind. Set away from the crowds of Sydney, allow yourself to be pampered by highly qualified staff and smooth away tension whilst treating mind, body and soul.
Spacious, elegant, beautifully appointed, the rooms and suites at The Langham are designed to meet the needs of the most fastidious guest. The polished mahogany armoire holds an individual CD, DVD, television and video player. Tea and coffee-making facilities, along with a fully stocked mini-bar are discreetly enclosed in a mahogany buffet, while an in-room safe sits in the polished cedar wardrobe along with slippers, an umbrella and a selection of amenities.
Sydney is renowned for its relaxed lifestyle and The Langham is no exception. Whatever the season, the hotel's 20-metre heated pool, with a ceiling of fibre optic lights designed to recreate the constellations of the southern hemisphere, beckons invitingly, while the more energetic can work out in the state of the art gym or enjoy a game of tennis the hotel's own court across the road. Or indeed, what could be more relaxing than a visit to the hotel's Day Spa.
The Langham is renowned for its fine cuisine, ranging from elegant dining in Galileo Restaurant to the light menu in the club-like Globe Bar. Opulently decorated, Galileo offers an exciting cuisine based upon a traditional French style with the delights of a tantalising Japanese influence, complemented by an extensive cellar. Globe Bar offers a selection of contemporary and traditional Australian dishes, ideal for a light lunch or post-theatre supper.
89-113 Kent StreetSydney Nsw 2000