Langham Opens On Hainan Island

Langham Hospitality Group has opened its first property on Hainan Island. Part of an integrated hotel and commercial development, The Langham Haikou is set in the central Guomao district and easily accessible from the railway station and Haikou Meilan International Airport.

 

US-based architects SRSS has incorporated classic details, tasteful interiors and generous space for the property. 249 guestrooms and suites are spread out over 14 floors, each elegantly-styled with a palette of creams, gold and featuring specially commissioned art pieces and plush textiles. Views of the city or the South China Sea greet guests as the motorised drapes are drawn, allowing natural light to cast upon the Langham signature Blissful bed, with each accommodation also offering a luxurious marble bathroom and the latest in-room technology.

 

The Langham Haikou’s restaurants and bars cater to diverse appetites with its international cuisine offerings. The all-day dining restaurant Atelier features an interactive open kitchen, smoke house and an oyster and champagne bar, with soaring floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the dining room with natural light. The group’s Michelin-starred chinese restaurant Tang Court opens its latest outpost at the hotel, offering authentic Cantonese and Hainanese culinary dishes in an elegant fine-dining setting, while the Palm Court is the setting for the signature “Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood”, an elegant tradition that began in 1865 at The Langham London. The unique al fresco Star Bar & Restaurant serves up barbecue dining and drinks for a casual vibe at the English-style garden, contrasted against the lobby bar Liquary with its art deco motifs and library educating guests on the origins, history and traditions of liquor.

 

A variety of multi-functional spaces, covering over 1,564 square meters, cater to meetings and events of all sizes with dedicated event butlers on-hand to attend to the needs of guests. For leisure, the award-winning Chuan Spa offers treatments based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) using the five elemental forces of wood, fire, earth, metal and water, in addition to a steam room, jacuzzi and a foot massage treatment room. Other recreational facilities include a fitness centre with the latest workout equipment and an outdoor swimming pool, a calming retreat to relax in the sunlight or exercise with a leisurely swim.

 

The Langham Haikou becomes the brand’s 8th property in China and its 20th globally, following cities including Boston, Chicago, London, New York and Sydney.

 

For more information, visit www.langhamhotels.com.

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