Langham expands presence in China with Hefei opening

Langham expands presence in China with Hefei opening

Langham Hospitality Group has opened Langham Hefei, marking another milestone for the group’s continued expansion in China.

Hefei is the capital and largest city of Anhui Province in China, known for its rich history and multicultural influences.

Strategically located in the city’s new administration and cultural centre, The Langham, Hefei is in the heart of the dynamic business, shopping and entertainment districts.

“We are honoured to bring our luxury brand to Hefei and introduce The Langham’s renowned experiences like our excellent Chinese cuisine, Michelin starred restaurant, T’ang Court, and elegant Afternoon Tea to our guests and the local community in Anhui,” said Stefan Leser, chief executive officer, Langham Hospitality Group.

Designed by Bilkey Llinas Design, one of the top international hotel design firms, the 339 guestrooms and suites are private sanctuaries with panoramic views over the city.

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The interiors are sophisticated with a warm colour palette and specially designed contemporary furnishings.

Ranging from a spacious 45 square metres for the deluxe room to a luxurious and generous space of 247 square metres for the presidential suite, stays at The Langham, Hefei are the epitome of luxury.

“We are delighted to partner with Langham Hospitality Group to bring the legendary hospitality and heritage of Europe’s first grand hotel and impeccable service to Hefei,” says Zhou Qi, chairman of Anhui Land.

The specialty lobby lounge, Palm Court overlooks the beautiful courtyard garden, a perfect setting where Afternoon Tea will be served.

A mid-day indulgence first served at The Langham, London since 1865, specialty teas, delicate savoury and sweet pastries will be served in fine, exquisite Langham Rose Wedgwood china specially created for The Langham hotels globally.

Chuan Spa will also feature at The Langham, Hefei.

The award-winning spa and wellness brand will focus on holistic treatments through integrating the principles of traditional

Chinese medicine using the five elemental forces of wood, fire, earth, metal and water to relax and invigorate the body, mind and soul.