The former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, now the iconic Langham hotel, re-opens its doors after a two-year, multi-million-dollar renovation transforming this historic thread in the fabric of downtown Boston into a new American classic hotel and an iconic destination for luxury travellers from all over the world.
“We are very proud to be re-introducing The Langham, Boston in all its new glory to the world,” said Stefan Leser, chief executive officer, Langham Hospitality Group. “With its historic location, original Wyeth murals, the new collection of specially curated artworks, as well as the addition of The Langham Club, this hotel will be the epitome of a new American classic and a wonderful addition to The Langham collection of exceptional hotels around the globe.”
The elegantly appointed new lobby is decorated in jewel tones with a cosy fireplace and high-design concierge area and check-in desk to welcome guests. The redesigned guest rooms and suites all feature new marble-clad bathrooms, New England-inspired décor and, in the case of the hotel’s signature Loft Suites, two story brass-embossed windows. The prestigious Chairman’s Suite, a luxury penthouse featuring a king-sized bedroom, hardwood floors, a living room complete with a baby grand piano and a generous dining room that seats eight people, promises to be one of Boston’s most sought-after suites.
For foodies and cocktail aficionados, The Langham, Boston is a must. The Fed, a new destination bar, offers an outdoor terrace and a British cocktail pub menu with a New England twist. Grana will offer an authentic Italian dining experience set in the former grand hall of the Federal Bank, with soaring ceilings, ornate chandeliers, and velvet banquettes. Its Italian menu was created to inspire long conversations, festive celebrations, and years of return visits, all prepared by Executive Chef Stephen Bukoff.
The newly refurbished function spaces are a joy. A sophisticated update to The Governor’s Room, a boardroom with an oak table and leather panel inserts makes this one of the most desirable meeting and private dining spaces in the city. The Wyeth Room, home to the N.C. Wyeth murals depicting the history of the banking system of the United States, continues to be highly coveted for intimate weddings and other corporate and social events. The new Lincoln Ballroom overlooks Norman B. Leventhal Park, a city-centre greenspace, itself a perfect location for intimate wedding photos.
Guests are welcome to join the daily complimentary heritage tour of the hotel, which includes an overview of the impressive new art collection and the building’s heritage.
This autumn the Langham will introduce the Langham Club, a signature of The Langham Hotels & Resorts brand. Guests who have purchased club access can meet, dine and socialize in the private space, take a dip in the pool, melt in the hot tub or sweat at the fitness centre.
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