Covering more than 600 square miles and comprised of 32 boroughs, London is one of the world’s largest cities. Beyond Buckingham Palace and the blinding lights of Piccadilly Circus, each of London’s villages delivers a unique heritage and character. Because of this diversity, the London “buzz” is continually on the move — every few years a different neighborhood explodes into cultural prominence. Explore a plethora of chic boutiques, gourmet food stores and cafés on Marylebone High Street. Visit the London Zoo, the world’s oldest scientific zoo, which now features more than 750 animal species. Pop into one of many entertainment venues on Carnaby Street, such as the venerable Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club. Each day in London brings something new.


G2G Collection Members may select one of two exquisite one bedroom suites at The Langham London, with the option of adding an additional bedroom. Opened in June of 1865 by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, The Langham was heralded as Europe’s first “Grand Hotel.” From the outset it held out a prestige unrivalled in London. It also boasted the most convenient and fashionable location — a position still true more than 145 years later.

With a $130-million makeover in 2009, members are captivated from the moment they step into the dazzling lobby. The Langham also features Europe’s first Chuan Spa, with a vitality pool, herbal steam rooms and saunas; a fully equipped fitness center; a 16-meter swimming pool; a chic and glamorous bar, Artesian; a fine dining restaurant, Roux at The Landau, and Palm Court, home of afternoon tea.

Located in the heart of the West End, The Langham has one of London’s most enviable addresses.

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