A new American classic hotel opens, featuring fully renovated guest rooms, suites, and a grand new ballroom. There is also an exciting new destination bar, and Italian restaurant.
After a two-year renovation that cost more than a million dollars, The Langham, Boston has reopened its doors.
Michele Grosso is the managing director of The Langham Boston. After more than two years of restoration, we are delighted to welcome back guests to The Langham. The Langham's guests will be able to see the remarkable transformation that took so much time and care. It is now tied seamlessly back with its Boston banking heritage, but with a new, luxurious touch.
A New American Classic, Restored & Reimagined
Dyer Brown will be the architect and designer of exterior improvements, as well as architect of record for interiors. Richmond International will oversee the interior design and curating of hotel's art collection, which will reflect Boston's past as The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston The Langham.
Stefan Leser, chief executive of Langham Hospitality Group, stated that we are proud to bring back The Langham, Boston. This hotel, with its historic location and original Wyeth murals as well as the newly curated artwork collection, The Langham Club and the addition of The Langham Club will be the epitome American classic. It will also be an excellent addition to The Langham's exceptional hotels worldwide.
The new lobby is elegantly decorated in jewel tones and features ample seating, a fireplace, and a high-design check-in desk. All suites and guest rooms have been completely redesigned and feature marble-clad bathrooms. New England-inspired decor is also featured. The hotel's Loft Suites boast two-story brass-embossed windows that accent the bi-level living area and sleeping quarters. The Chairmans Suite is a luxurious penthouse with hardwood floors and a king-sized bed, as well as hardwood floors in the living area. It can seat eight people.
The Langham Boston is a must-see for foodies and drink aficionados. The Fed is a new destination bar that offers an outdoor terrace as well as a British-inspired cocktail menu. Grana will be offering authentic Italian dining in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's former grand hall. It features high ceilings, velvet banquettes, and ornate chandeliers. Executive Chef Stephen Bukoff will prepare the menu, which includes shareable, easy-to-eat Italian dishes for breakfast and lunch, as well as weekend brunch. This menu is designed to encourage long conversations, festive celebrations, and years of returning visits. Executive Chef Stephen Bukoff will oversee both the restaurant's menu and the cuisine throughout the hotel.
One of The Langhams recently renovated function spaces is perfect for weddings, meetings, and other events. The Governors Room is a sophisticated upgrade to the original Governors Room. It features an oak table with bronze detail, leather inserts and leather panel inserts. The room also has plush plaid carpeting. The Governors Room is decorated with a variety of historical photos of Boston's Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The Wyeth Room is home to the N.C. Wyeth murals that depict the history of American banking. The Lincoln Ballroom can accommodate 175 guests and features natural light through a skylight flanked with chandeliers. There are also windows in the pre-function space that overlook Norman B. Leventhal Park. This greenspace is a great spot for intimate wedding photos.
The hotel offers a complimentary Heritage Tour that includes a tour of the historic buildings and the new art collection.
The Langham will launch The Langham Club this autumn. This is a Signature of The Langham Hotels & Resorts. It features a private space where Club members can meet, eat, and socialize.