The Langham, Boston re-opens its doors this Thursday after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation transforming this historic thread in the fabric of downtown Boston into a new American classic hotel and an iconic destination for luxury travellers from all over the world.
With Dyer Brown as architect and designer of the exterior hotel improvements and architect of record for the new interiors, and Richmond International overseeing the interior design and curating of the hotel's art collection — all of which will reflect the building's background as the former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston — The Langham, Boston is set to re-open as one of America's most iconic hotels.
The elegantly appointed new lobby, decorated in jewel tones, with a cosy fireplace, ample seating, and high-design concierge area and check-in desk welcome guests upon arrival. The completely redesigned guest rooms and suites all feature brand new marble-clad bathrooms, New England-inspired décor and, in the case of the hotel's signature Loft Suites, two story brass-embossed windows accenting the bi-level living and sleeping quarters left from the hotel's days as the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The prestigious Chairman's Suite, a luxury penthouse featuring a king-sized bedroom, hardwood floors, a living room complete with a baby grand piano and a generous dining room that seats eight people, promises to be one of Boston's most sought-after suites.