When the Prince of Wales opened the Langham on Regent Street in 1865, it was London’s first grand hotel. Through its doors passed such literary greats as Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde. The hotel has preserved its distinguished reputation, aided by an GBP 80 million renovation in 2010 that included the addition of the new Regent Suite, with expansive views of Regent’s Park, and a GBP 2 million luxury health-and-wellness center, the Chuan Spa. Voted Top London Afternoon Tea in 2010 by the Tea Guild, the traditional meal served in the Palm Court, on the ground floor, consists of delicate finger sandwiches, miniature pastries and thirty blends of tea. The glamorous cocktail bar, Artesian, offers martinis made by award-winning mixologist Alex Kratena.
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