The Langham, Sydney is set to close its doors on July 24 for four months as it undertakes its eagerly-awaited $30 million refurbishment.
London-based interior and architectural design firm GA Design have created a “world class transformation for the luxury Sydney home”, according to Langham.
The renovation will include a complete redevelopment and refurbishment of the lobby, dining areas, guestrooms and residential-style ballroom with an aesthetic blending sophistication and timeless elegance with custom-made furnishings and treatments. Bringing the hotel into line with its international sister properties, signature Langham luxuries such as Chuan Spa and Palm Court will be also introduced.
Sonia Lefevre, General Manager of The Langham, Sydney says the refurbishment was some years in the making.
“We are so delighted to finally announce our refurbishment. These plans have been a work in progress since we took over the hotel in August 2012,” she said.
“We are committed to our tradition of delivering the luxury Sydney home experience, and are excited to be opening the doors to Sydney’s most exclusive harbourside address of unsurpassed elegance and opulence this December.”
The 96-room residence boasts the largest guestrooms in Sydney at 49 square metres (527 square feet) with opening windows and balconies.
“With The Langham, Sydney overlooking the revitalisation of Barangaroo and introduction of Headland Park, our guests will enjoy Western Harbour and lush parkland views with direct access to the Sydney Harbour foreshore,” said Lefevre.