The Langham Hotel 5★, Portland Place, Marylebone

Nearest train stations, landmarks and attractions within a 15-minute walk of the hotel

Location and facilities

The Langham Hotel, 1c Portland Place, Marylebone,
London  W1B 1JA
+44 (0) 20 7636 1000
The prestigious Langham Hotel opened in 1865. As a renowned London hotel with a distinctive charm and character, it has hosted royalty, foreign dignitaries and celebrities in luxury for over 140 years. A Victorian landmark with an exceptionally rich heritage, the Langham Hotel was restored and expanded in the 1990's, with much of the original interior still intact. With 425 bedrooms, the hotel provides an oasis of tranquility, perfect for business travellers during the week, and leisure guests expecting more privacy at weekends. The hotel includes the Palm Court Restaurant, featuring a stylish and eclectic menu combining the best of French and British cuisine's.

Nearby attractions

Attractions within a 15-minute walk of the hotel:

Carnaby Street · Handel & Hendrix in London · Madame Tussauds · Petrie Museum · Piccadilly Circus · Royal Academy of Arts · Wallace Collection

Craig’s review of Wallace Collection – “The Wallace Collection came as a total surprise to me because I didn't realise how beautiful it was. The first two rooms I went in reminded me of Buckingham Palace. The walls are all velvet reds and warm golds and full of huge oil portraits ten feet across. The antique furniture is full of black statues and gilded porcelain and golden trophy p… continued”

Local pubs and bars

 Artesian Bar is in Portland Place, less than ¼ mile from The Langham Hotel, and provides cocktails

 The George is at 55 Great Portland Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides food, sports events on the TV, karaoke nights

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Local restaurants

 Palm Court Restaurant is an expensive European restaurant in Portland Place, less than ¼ mile from The Langham Hotel. The Palm Court Restaurant serves a classically French menu with a contemporary twist, together with traditional British favourites. Traditional afternoon tea is also available, plus a pre theatre dinner menu is available for the perfect start to an evening of entertainment.

 The Roux at The Landau is an expensive restaurant at 1c Portland Place, less than ¼ mile away. It provides air conditioning, car parking and sells vegetarian dishes

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Nearest train station

London Underground map from Transport for London

Oxford Circus station (zone 1) is the closest tube station to The Langham Hotel.

Plan your journey from Earl’s Court, Euston, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Marylebone, Paddington, Victoria, Waterloo or another London Underground station:

Train journey to The Langham Hotel

Local car parks

Q-Park Oxford Street is in Cavendish Square, less than ¼ mile from The Langham Hotel, and provides 521 spaces.

Q-Park Harley Street is in Queen Anne Mews, less than ¼ mile away. It provides 345 spaces.

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Other ways to get there

Bus:  3, 7, 8, 10, 12, 25, 55, 73, 88, 98, 113, 137, 177, 190, 390, 453, C2

Taxi:  Minicab firms near Marylebone

Alternative 5-star hotels

More hotels that you might like close by:

 Charlotte Street Hotel is in Charlotte Street, approximately ½ mile from The Langham Hotel, and has bar / lounge bar, restaurant, gym facilities, televisions, room service, laundry service, child care service, safe, business facilities, conferences, air conditioning.

 Claridge's Hotel is at 55 Brook Street, approximately half-a-mile away. It has air conditioning, bar / lounge bar, conferences, ensuite rooms, internet access, restaurant, room service.

 Sanctum Soho Hotel is in Warwick Street, approximately ½ mile from The Langham Hotel, and has air conditioning, bar / lounge bar, car parking, laundry service, restaurant, room service.

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