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Langham Hotels International Limited
Langham Hospitality Group
Company typeSubsidiary
Founded1865; 159 years ago (1865)
HeadquartersWan Chai, Hong Kong
London, United Kingdom
ParentGreat Eagle Holdings

Langham Hotels International Limited, trading as Langham Hospitality Group, is a hotel operator with its headquarters in Hong Kong. The oldest hotel in its portfolio, The Langham, London, originally opened in 1865 as Europe's first 'Grand Hotel'.

Today, the group covers four continents, with projects located in cities and resorts around the world, including Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Boston, Gold Coast, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Jakarta, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York, Phuket, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Sydney and Toronto. The group's expansion continues with its two brands, 'The Langham Hotels and Resorts' and 'Cordis Hotels and Resorts', as well as its affiliate hotels.

Langham Hotels International Limited is wholly owned by Great Eagle Holdings, one of Hong Kong's leading property companies, which was founded in 1963 and is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.


The Langham, London

Langham Hospitality Group claims a history that dates back to 1865, when The Langham hotel in London opened as the then-largest building in London and Europe's first 'Grand Hotel'. Ten stories and 156 feet high, The Langham featured 15,000 yards of Persian tapestry, hot and cold running water in every guestroom, the world's first hydraulic lifts, known as 'rising rooms', and even an early form of air-conditioning. Upon opening The Langham, the then Prince of Wales hailed the hotel as having "everything a man, woman or child could desire under one roof".[citation needed]

The Langham has since hosted royal, political and cultural dignitaries and celebrities, including French emperor Napoleon III and wits and writers Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain.[citation needed] However, the hotel closed during World War II and after the war was bought by the BBC and used as office space until 1986, when it was sold to the Ladbroke Group (which also purchased the non-US Hilton hotels) and reopened as the Langham Hilton hotel in 1991.

The Langham was sold to Great Eagle Holdings in 1995. Great Eagle used the 'Langham' brand to rebadge a number of hotels in its portfolio, thus creating the Langham Hospitality Group. Great Eagle has subsequently purchased further hotels and rebadged them as 'Langham' hotels. It has also moved other hotel brands within its portfolio into the Langham Hospitality Group.


Cordis, Hong Kong

Langham Hospitality Group is a wholly owned subsidiary (as Langham Hotels International Limited) of Great Eagle Holdings. It not only oversees the operations and performance of its own hotels, but also provides professional management services to its developer- or owner-partners.

Langham Hospitality Group is the hospitality arm of Great Eagle Holdings, one of Hong Kong's leading property and hotel companies. Great Eagle Holdings invests in, develops and manages office, retail, residential and hotel properties in Asia, North America and Europe. The organisation is also active in property management and maintenance services, as well as building materials trading.thrive on change.

Great Eagle Holdings was founded in 1963 with the incorporation of The Great Eagle Company Limited, which was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1972. In 1990, following a reorganisation, Great Eagle Holdings Limited, incorporated in Bermuda, became the listed holding company of Great Eagle in place of The Great Eagle Company Limited.

Langham Hospitality Group has an extensive hotel portfolio with over 4721 rooms, the breakdown of which is provided below:

List of Langham Hotels with Room Count
Brand Property Room Count
The Langham Hefei 300
The Langham Haikou 249
The Langham Hong Kong 471
The Langham Shanghai 357
Langham Place Changsha 295
Langham Place Guangzhou 434
Langham Place Haining 223
Langham Place Ningbo Culture Plaza 143
Langham Place Xiamen 285
The Langham London 333
The Langham Jakarta 224
The Langham Melbourne 363
The Langham Sydney 75
The Langham Chicago 268
The Langham Huntington - Pasadena, Los Angeles 379
The Langham New York, 5th Avenue 234
The Langham Boston 312

The group also owns the 1,590-room Chelsea Hotel in Toronto.

Notable hotels

Lobby of The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

Michelin-starred restaurants

The hotel chain operates Michelin-starred Chinese restaurants, including the three-star T'ang Court in The Langham, Hong Kong, and also the one-star Ming Court in Cordis Hong Kong. Both sets of ratings were received in the 2013 Hong Kong and Macau edition of the Michelin Guide.[1]


  1. ^ Lim, Le-Min (2 December 2008). "Michelin Hong Kong Gives 3 Stars to 2 Restaurants (Update1)". Bloomberg. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
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