From hand-embroidered wall panels and sweeping floor-length curtains, made from Savile Row suit fabric, to a splendid mahogany table originally used by English landlords in the 18th century to file receipts of payment, the Langham Club emanates a sense of serene European elegance.
Located on the 11th floor of the Langham, Hong Kong, in Tsim Sha Tsui, and designed by award-winning firm Three Wise Monkeys, the recently relaunched Langham Club offers an exclusive area and customised services to hotel guests.
For a daily supplementary charge, guests can enjoy privileges such as personalised check-in and check-out services; a deluxe continental breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapes; all-day coffee, tea and light snacks; an in-room broadband internet connection; and the pressing of three items of clothing upon arrival.
The Langham Club consists of seven rooms, each with its own character.
The Ante Room is the private check-in area, while the Lounge offers guests a place to unwind.
The Bureau is a business corner with computers, touch-screen monitors and a printer.
The Butler's Pantry, the Salon and the Dining Room are dining areas.
The Library offers guests a place to read and meet friends. Hotel guests are entitled to use the Library for two hours per stay.
Additional hours cost HK$250.
The daily rate to use the Langham Club's facilities is HK$700 per single occupancy and HK$900 per double occupancy for guests in deluxe rooms or categories above. Those staying in suites will get complimentary access.