The Langham, Boston opens today after more than two years of transformation

BOSTON, June 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Langham, Boston reopened today after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation transforming this historic thread in the fabric of downtown Boston into a new hotel American classic and an iconic destination for luxury travelers around the world.

“We are delighted to welcome our guests back to The Langham after more than two years of restoring and reimagining the space,” said Michele Grosso, General Manager of The Langham, Boston. “Customers of The Langham will surely notice the extraordinary transformation that has taken place with so much time and care, tying it perfectly into its Boston banking heritage, but with a fresh and luxurious touch.”

A New American Classic, Restored and Redesigned

With Dyer Brown as the architect and designer of the hotel’s exterior upgrades and benchmark architect for new interiors, and Richmond International overseeing the interior design and curation of the hotel’s art collection – all of which will reflect the building’s history as the former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston – The Langham, Boston is set to reopen as one of America’s most iconic hotels.

“We are very proud to reintroduce The Langham, Boston in all its new splendor to the world,” said Stefan Leser, CEO of Langham Hospitality Group. “With its historic location, original Wyeth murals, new collection of specially selected artwork, as well as the addition of the Langham Club, this hotel will be the epitome of a new American classic and a wonderful addition. to The Langham Collection of Exceptional Hotels Around the Globe. “

The elegantly appointed new lobby, decorated in jewel tones, with a cozy fireplace, ample seating, an upscale concierge area, and a check-in desk greets guests upon arrival. Completely redesigned rooms and suites all feature all-new marble bathrooms, New England-inspired decor, and in the case of the hotel’s iconic Loft suites, double-story brass windows embossed accenting the split-level living and sleeping areas to the left of the hotel’s era as the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The prestigious Chairman Suite, a luxury penthouse featuring a king-size bedroom, hardwood floors, a living room with a grand piano and a generous dining area that seats eight, promises to be one of the most sought-after suites in Boston.

For foodies and cocktail lovers, The Langham, Boston promises to be a destination in itself. The Fed, a brand new destination bar opening on June 12, will feature a British cocktail bar menu with a New England twist. Grana, which will open shortly after July 16, will offer an authentic Italian dining experience in the former Great Hall of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, with high ceilings, ornate chandeliers and velvet banquettes. Its menu of accessible and shareable Italian fare for breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch, created to inspire long conversations, festive celebrations and years of return visits, will be prepared by Executive Chef Stephen Bukoff . He will also oversee the Fed menu as well as culinary offerings throughout the hotel.

Meetings, weddings and must-see events suit one of the Langham’s newly refurbished reception spaces. A sophisticated update to the Governor’s Room, a boardroom with an oak table with bronze details and leather inserts, plush checkered carpet and decorated with an array of historic photos of the building as a Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, makes this one of the most desirable private meeting and dining spaces in the city. The Wyeth Room, home to NC Wyeth’s murals originally commissioned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, depicting the history of the United States banking system, continues to be in high demand for intimate weddings and the like. corporate and social events. The new Lincoln Ballroom, seating 175 guests, features natural light through a skylight flanked by chandeliers and windows in its pre-function space overlooking Norman B. Leventhal Park, a central green space – city with a garden trellis, which itself is the perfect location for intimate wedding photos.

Hotel guests can also participate in a free daily hotel heritage tour, including an overview of the building’s impressive new art and heritage collection as the former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in 1922.

This fall, The Langham will present The Langham Club, a signature of The Langham Hotels & Resorts brand, with a private space in which guests who have purchased Club access can meet, eat and socialize; and a brand new swimming pool, hot tub and fitness center.

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