The Langham, Chicago is located on the right at 330 North Wabash Avenue, within walking distance of the city’s business district, major attractions and retail hub, making the hotel a new ideal from which to explore the city or start business. This is the last project designed by legendary architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Offering 316 luxurious guestrooms and suites, they all started around 516 square feet, making them the largest guest rooms in the city of Chicago. Each room includes the signature Blissful Bed, 55-inch LCD televisions, a dressing parlor with vanity table, complimentary coffee and tea appliances, dual wet room with tub and rain shower and more. “I’m encouraged by what I see anecdotally and hear from the luxury market in Chicago,” said Hotel Manager Joe Aguilera.
The Langham, Chicago will feature 15,000 square feet of wedding and special event space, including the Devonshire Ballroom, It will be available for weddings, social gatherings and corporate meetings for 10 to 500 people.
Travail was inspired by the popularity of Mediterranean travel during the late sixties when this building was designed and now it houses contemporary Mediterranean cuisine from Chef Tim Graham. Beyond the bronze-enhanced glass entrance, Travelle’s Wine Room offers a tasting table for up to 10 people and also can serve as an intimate semi-private dining room. The contemporary main dining area features a chef’s table and seating for up to 125 guests as well as a glass-enclosed show kitchen, allowing guests to enjoy a culinary performance.
The group’s award-winning 22,000 square feet wellness retreat which includes its signature Chuan Spa will offer a new and innovative spa experience with 7 treatments based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Services include deep-tissue massages, hot stone massages, Swedish massages, and massages. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, and reflexology. The spa is equipped with a sauna and a steam room. And the hotel’s art collection will include sculptures, photography and paintings by international artists as well as artists plucked straight from the burgeoning Chicago art community. . The pool area is beautiful and offers family changing rooms in addition to men’s and women’s locker areas (where children are not allowed). The health club has studio space for two daily classes, too.
Inspired by its namesake, Barcelona Pavilion, Pavilion is a second-floor retreat within the walls of The Langham, Chicago. Serving light fare, daily afternoon tea, cocktails, and overlooking the Chicago River, Pavilion is a refined space to unwind and converse for a relaxing, pampered afternoon.
When it comes to the hotel’s furnishings, upscale designers Lasvit and Kalmar among others were brought on board. Kalmar Designs is a world-renowned Vienna based lighting manufactures. Lasvit, responsible for lighting some of the world’s most upscale hotels, is based out of the Czech Republic and known for their manipulation of bohemian glass and Czech crystal.
Views of the river in downtown enhance expensive living in the city where the skyscraper was born. Reserve your stay at The Langham, Chicago and Experience a New World of Luxury.