The Langham Sydney
An intimate, boutique hotel with the highest standards of service and accommodation, The Langham is a luxury retreat centrally located near the Rocks area of Sydney. With just 98 rooms, personalized service is assured.
At a Glance
Beautiful, chic interiors give the hotel a calming and homely atmosphere
The Langham is constantly winning awards for its service and this adds to the personal touches around the hotel
The Langham is located in a quiet street in The Rocks, Sydney’s oldest district
The Day Spa features a 20 meter heated indoor pool with starlit ceiling and a wide range of Spa treatments
Water view rooms do not overlook the main harbor but look back across Walsh Bay and enjoy spectacular Sydney sunsets
The indoor pool has an amazing domed fibre optic ceiling mimicking the Southern Hemisphere night sky.Scott Dunn team
Afternoon tea at Palm Court is a real treat and has become a real Sydney instututionScott Dunn team
Ask the concierge for advice about running trails nearby - the nearby Barangaroo park is a scenic optionScott Dunn team
To start planning your vacation to The Langham Sydney
Sydney is renowned for its relaxed, laid back lifestyle and the Langham Hotel is true to this ethos. This intimate hotel of only 98 elegantly appointed bedrooms is located near the historic Rocks district of Sydney, close to many restaurants and theaters and has a home away from home feel with award-winning service.
Spacious, elegant and beautifully appointed, the rooms and suites at The Langham are furnished with Parisian-style elegant, modern furnishings with pale colors and windows overlooking Observatory Hill and the historic Walsh Bay. Many of the Junior and Executive Suites have private balconies, the perfect spot from which to watch the sun set over Darling Harbour.
Renowned for its fine dining, both the Kent St Kitchen and the Palm Court have an excellent range of cuisine with dishes from all over the world. The Kent Street Kitchen is opulent and elegant and serves French Cuisine and the contrasting Palm Court specializes in decadent afternoon teas, light meals and contemporary Australian fare - both are fantastic.
The hotel’s spa is also an indulgence with a wonderful indoor domed swimming pool with and treatments designed to revive, including the 'flight reviver' program designed to help guests adjust to their new time zone. There is a fully equipped gym, pilates classes and a tennis court also available.
The Langham has 77 Grand Langham Rooms, 8 Junior Suites, 11 Langham Suites, a two-bedroom Residence and the Observatory Suite. All are elegantly decorated with contemporary furnishings and spacious modern bathrooms. The Junior Suites have an open plan living room, the Langham Suites have a separate living room and the Observatory Suite has a living room, kitchen and can be connected to deluxe rooms if there is a large party. Many of the Junior and Executive Suites have balconies.
The Langham is a very child friendly hotel, offering younger guests the use of baby equipment, games, toys and bath toys, children's toiletries and children's portions in the restaurants. Babysitting can also be organized on request. The concierge fully understand the needs of families and can point you in the right direction for all that Sydney has to offer.
The Langham has two restaurants serving French and modern Australian cuisine. The spa has a wide range of indulgent treatments and health and beauty programs, there is a tennis court and a health club with an indoor 20 meter swimming pool, fully equipped gym, pilates classes, sauna, steam rooms and whirlpool.
Activities surround the Langham Hotel due to its fabulous location, and so many of Sydney's attractions can be accessed from here by foot, including the shops and restaurants at The Rocks, Circular Quay and the Barrangaroo park development.
Location & Directions
The Langham is situated near The Rocks and the city’s business center, overlooking Walsh Bay, between Darling Harbour and the Harbour Bridge, tucked into a peaceful, leafy street.
When to go
In the southern half of Australia the seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere: spring comes in September, summer is from December to February, autumn runs from March to May, and winter begins in June.
Sydney is great to visit year round but if you want warm sun and dry weather it is best to try between November and April. Their winter months of May - October usually have mild weather so you can still enjoy all the sights.