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Elegance, jazz & dog-friendly suites – oh Langham!

Pets are welcome at the new and revitalised Langham Sydney, with new dog-suites added to the property during its recent multi-million dollar makeover.

Pets are welcome at the new and revitalised Langham Sydney, with new dog-suites added to the property during its recent multi-million dollar makeover.

The property reopened last week after four months of renovations by world-class design firm, GA Design and London’s luxury building experts, ICMG.

The luxury property now features the biggest guestrooms and suites in Sydney.

Langham reception

Langham reception

The property has a new Mixology bar with jazz after 5pm where guests can order gastronomical cocktails at the click of a finger.

The Day Spa may have maintained its original name, but it has received new treatments to add to its existing specialised luxe treatments and spa pedigree.

There’s also a new luxury experience menu for guests at the hotel restaurant and private butler tennis afternoons with Pimms Lemonade and Cucumber Sandwich service.

Couples will enjoy the glamorous take away picnic boxes, which come with romantic pink bicycles for an adventure around the city.

Kent Street Restaurant

Kent Street Restaurant

Adopting the afternoon tea trend, the Langham Sydney now offers ‘afternoon tea’ in the Palm Court, which was redecorated with golden tones and strong accents of amber.

Work by Australian artists were used throughout public areas and Parisian trained, Chef de Cuisine Daniel Rudolph was recruited to deliver a fine-dining experience inside Kent Street Kitchen.

The restaurant features a professional chefs kitchen in the middle of the restaurant and invites diners to immerse themselves in an authentic kitchen experience and explore elegant hand crafted produce at their leisure.

The hotel’s general manager, Sonia Lefvre said the decision to create a truly upscale property came after research found very few hotels in Sydney offer a ‘grand residential feel’.

“This is a truly international product, designed to offer Sydney an asset that doesn’t currently exist in terms of opulence, elegance and luxury.”

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