The new 26-storey Langham Place Hotel is a five-star hotel positioned to be among the very best hotels in the capital of the world's most populous nation. Targeting at business travellers and up-market leisure travellers, the Hotel will provide over 440 guest rooms and suites and 40 high quality serviced apartments with a separate entrance. Living up to the Langham Place brand essence, the Hotel will feature 5,000 sqm of multi-purpose function space including three ballrooms as well as five creative food and beverage concepts. The Hotel will also house a magnificent Chuan Spa and Residences based on the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) philosophy of a journey to wellness where guests can rediscover their source.
With avant-garde local art displays, seamless state-of-the-art technology complemented with chic and stylish design, the Langham Place Hotel, Beijing will introduce a refreshingly modern and stimulating hospitality experience that inspires our guests' imagination.
'With China's rapid economic growth, hotel developers require hospitality management groups that have a strong and consistent brand essence and a focus on quality to manage their properties. They understand that this is required to ultimately out-perform the competition. The signing of Langham Place Hotel Beijing underscores the success we have had with our brands and is a vote of confidence in our hotel management expertise and innovative hospitality concepts,” said Dr. KS Lo, Chairman of Langham Hotels International.
'This is the first step for Langham Hotels International in creating a presence in China. We aim to increase our investments in the mainland through building our own hotels, joint venture partnerships and acquiring further management contracts,” added Dr. KS Lo.
Langham Hotels International is the subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based Great Eagle Holdings, spearheaded by Dr. KS Lo, who is also the Chairman and Managing Director of Great Eagle Holdings. Spanning four continents, the group currently features eight properties with over 2,700 rooms in six gateway cities, namely London, Boston, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Auckland and Toronto.