Langham to launch Infinity Suite
The flagship property of the Langham Hotels International, London’s five-star Langham Hotel, is launching its ultra-deluxe Infinity Suite at ATM.
The region is the first international launch market for the suite which made its home debut in January 2005 as part of a three-year, multi-million pound refurbishment of London’s original ‘Grand Hotel’.
Unique among the suite’s features is its infinity SOK bath, from which it derives its name. Launched in 2003 this exclusive bath has only been installed in private homes until now.
Situated in the suite’s master bedroom the exceptionally deep bath incorporates the principles of colour therapy or chromotherapy which, according to research, has a profoundly positive effect on feelings of well being. At the touch of a button, the water moves through the spectrum of eight colours, which can relax or stimulate depending on preference. Simultaneously 11 especially-engineered air jets to the sound of cascading water ‘overflowing’ the rim’s horizon gently massage the bather.
Other features and services of the 236 sq m suite include state-of-the-art widescreen, plasma TVs and DVD systems. Complete privacy is guaranteed as the private entrance lobby links the drawing room to the three-ensuite bedrooms and stocked pantry kitchen where a butler will tend to all catering and entertaining requirements.
Diana Banks, director of sales and marketing, Langham Hotels International, said: “From the outset we felt that the Infinity Suite would have a special appeal for our Middle Eastern visitors so there was no question as to where our international launch market would be.”
The unveiling of the Infinity Suite in January heralded what looks set to be a landmark year in the Langham Hotel’s 140-year history. Winner of the 2004 UK Inbound Hotel of the Year, the property began 2005 by reverting to its original name from The Langham Hilton as the ambitious renovation programme continues.