BE THE FIRST TO EXPERIENCE SHANGHAI’S NEWEST HOTEL
The Langham Xintiandi debuts from October 15th
15 October, 2010
In Shanghai all roads lead to Xintiandi, a collection of glamorous stores, international restaurants and historic Shikumen houses and from today the city’s ultimate lifestyle destination will also see the debut of The Langham, Xintiandi – a five star luxury hotel with 357 elegant guest rooms and suites.
The Langham occupies a landmark building in the heart of Xintiandi and is also adjacent to Huai Hai Road, home to international designer boutiques. The 24-storey hotel pays tribute to the city’s heritage while at the same time embracing the best in today’s luxury interior comforts designed by leading hospitality designer Peter Remedios.
As part of a phased opening, the hotel will introduce from today a selection of Grand rooms offering panoramic views over the renowned Shikumen storefronts of Xintiandi. Blending traditional elements with modern décor, Grand rooms exude an effortless elegance combining dark woods, chic furnishings and innovative extras that create an environment that is both sophisticated and stylish. With floor-to-ceiling windows, each Grand room is imbued with natural light, creating a bright, open environment. The spacious bathrooms include a dual-basin vanity and an inviting oversized bath. Hotel-wide entertainment extras include a 40” flat-screen TV, an interactive digital audio system that includes an iPod docking station and wall-to-wall wireless broadband internet access.
The Langham, Xintiandi also features a modern high-ceiling grand ballroom and an additional eight meeting rooms which can be tailored to ensure every event captivates the senses. Guests can also savour international cuisine in the hotel’s Cachet All-Day-Dining restaurant which offers a gourmet selection of fine dishes exquisitely prepared by The Langham’s team of talented chefs. Step outside the hotel and an exciting array of restaurants, bars and outdoor cafes await at Xintiandi.
The hotel is also just a short distance from leading Shanghai landmarks such as The Bund, People’s Square, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai Museum and Yu Garden.
For a limited time only, the hotel is offering a unique opportunity to be the first to experience the enchanting hospitality of The Langham, Xintiandi with a special introductory offer for RMB 2,700+ per night * which includes:
For more information visit xintiandi.langhamhotels.com or to make a reservation phone (86) 21 2330 2299, fax (86) 21 2330 2277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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For more information:
Director of Communications
The Langham, Xintiandi, Shanghai
P: (86) 1376 1105 461 or (86 21) 2330 2230
About Langham Hotels International & Affiliates
Langham has a legendary hotel heritage dating back to 1865 when The Langham in London originally opened as Europe's first Grand Hotel. For over 140 years, this flagship hotel has been at the forefront of sophisticated and gracious hospitality. Today, all Langham Hotels worldwide inherit the same philosophy that reflects elegance in design, innovation in hospitality, genuine service and captivation of the senses creating a truly unique hotel experience.
The group is pursuing an aggressive portfolio growth strategy using its distinctive brands and affiliate - The Langham, Langham Place and Eaton. Currently, 24 hotels, including affiliates, are open or in the pipeline across four continents.
The Langham is where guests can enjoy service with poise and be enchanted by our innovation and traditions while Langham Place, the fun sibling of The Langham, is about living the 21st century through design, technology and attitude, epitomising stimulating and artistic hospitality
Eaton, a premium four-star affiliate property, aims to surprise and delight our guests with a value-for-money proposition that delivers a stylish, modern level of comfort with spirited, can-do service.
Langham Hotels International is a wholly-owned company of Great Eagle Holdings (Stock Code: 0041) which was founded in 1963 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1972.