The Langham, Boston to Reveal $6 Million Lobby Renovation
BOSTON—The Langham, Boston is in the final stages of an extensive renovation to the property’s 6,000 square foot lobby, which will include a new entrance, reception area, and dining enclave to complement the existing architecture. The Langham’s renovation plans, which total more than $6 million, consist of reconfiguring the hotel’s first floor and adding a third dining venue—The Reserve. READER COMMENTS
“The Langham brand has built a reputation of timeless elegance, and it is this experience that our guests have come to expect when staying at The Langham, Boston or at one of our Langham Hotels throughout the world,” said Serge Denis, managing director of The Langham, Boston, in an announcement. “Our transformed new entry will bring a newfound luxury and glamour to this historic building, which is sure to captivate the senses of our guests and enhance their stay.”
The hotel’s lobby will feature an open floor plan with reception areas and a European-style champagne lounge aptly named The Reserve. Design plans shift pre-existing meeting spaces and offices in order to create modern entrances and passageways while heightened ceilings and improved natural light also highlight the space.
The Reserve is a European-style champagne lounge in which mixed-height dining and conversation tables are encased by custom-made velvet banquets and high-back chairs. Executive Chef Mark Sapienza’s menu features a continental breakfast and dining from dawn until dusk.