New Langham Hotel Opens in Chicago

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 September 2013
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The hotel's lobby and reception area

The hotel’s lobby and reception area

The Langham, Chicago hotel has opened in downtown Chicago. The hotel is the first in the world to be located in a building designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, an architect renowned for developing the modern skyscraper.

The property offers 316 rooms, which occupy 13 of the building’s 52 floors. Rooms are furnished with 55” TVs, have separate dressing rooms with dressing tables and mirrors, and provide complimentary Wi-Fi as well as in-room tea and Nespresso coffee makers.

The bathrooms feature heated towel racks, double sinks, bathtubs, and rain showers. Bathrooms are equipped with Reveal glass, a privacy feature that turns glass partitions from clear to frosted with the push of a button.

The hotel also hosts a fitness facility and pool as well as a Kid’s Suite, which offers books, games, and video programming for younger guests.

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