The Sterling Suite, hotel Langham.

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM.

The Sterling suite, Langham hotel.

Unveiled on 1st, June 2015 by one of London’s historic hospitality establishments on its 150th anniversary, the Sterling suite at Langham is disclosed to be inspired by the sterling heritage of English pageantry – designed by long associated and presently leading hospitality designers, Richmond, estd. 1966.

Sculpted generously out of a lavish 4,844 sq.ft area specifically for the elite of taste, the decadent residence style suite reportedly comes embedded with multiple fineries such as six king size bedrooms with the master bedroom itself complete with an en-suite salon and dressing space, an ultra luxurious drawing room with a custom fireplace, a home theater lounge with a 73 inch television and seven speakers, marble bathrooms with separate bath and shower facility, an in-house pantry and full fledged work desk, along with custom designed furniture with gold and silver leaf hand painted finishes.

Other opulent perks include hand blown Murano glass fixtures, a 24 hour butler service, security surveillance cameras, private elevator access and privileged eligibility for Langham’s health club and wellness center. The suite is presently considered to be the largest in the city of London.

  • File Fact

    Welcoming guests since 1865, the hotel Langham is among London’s oldest hospitality establishments. It was built on purpose to be the city’s largest hotel and the first true grand hotel of Europe – with its guest register boasting of illustrious names like Mark Twain. The Langham is also reported to be a haunted hotel with room 333 being the spookiest.

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