One of our top picks and favourites in Hong Kong, this award-winning Forbes five-star hotel embodies luxury with its timeless European influence and East-meets-west values. Home to five restaurants, one of which holds coveted three Michelin Stars, guests can reside in designer accommodation, offering supreme comfort and convenience, indulge in signature amenities, and retreat to the rooftop outdoor swimming pool. Standing in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui and surrounded by a multitude of designer shops within the fashion quarters of Canton Road, the hotel is perfectly placed for exploring nearby Victoria Harbour and Star Ferry, and enjoying curated experiences.
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The Langham boasts 498 lavishly designed rooms that offer a generous amount of space and are extremely comfortable. Each room is elegantly styled and fully equipped with signature amenities including Blissful Beds and bespoke British mini-bar. Guests can retreat to the Chuan Body + Soul rooftop wellness sanctuary with a 24-hour access health club and an outdoor swimming pool during their stay. Those who have access to The Langham Club Lounge can reside in European fashion and unwind with all-day refreshment, daily breakfast, afternoon tea and evening canapés.
Standing in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui with brilliant choices of shopping and dining, the hotel is surrounded by a multitude of designer shops within the fashion quarters of Canton Road, as well as a short walk to Victoria Harbour and the Star Ferry pier. You can be at all of the main attractions within minutes. Moreover, it is very close to the Tsim Sha Tsui underground station and is a short taxi ride from Hong Kong International Airport.
Food and Drink
Within the hotel are five excellent restaurants and a bar, including the three Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant T’ang Court. Paying tribute to an English tradition, experience 'The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgewood' at Palm Court. Adjacent lies the Artesian bar, offering artisanal cocktails, Bourbon classics and house-made infusions. In addition, The Food Gallery has a great selection of Asian and Western cuisine, while Bostonian Seafood and Grill offers seasonal imported steaks and fresh seafood specialties. There is also the Main St. Deli, Hong Kong’s first authentic New York deli.
The Langham, Hong Kong is an Audley favourite for its superb location and timeless European elegance, as well as its stunning rooftop pool and exquisite cuisine.
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