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Grange Langham Court

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

As an organised traveller, this was pre booked a long time before our visit, and thus the prices were superb, for the location which was literally less than 10 minutes away or around 500 meters from the Oxford Circus station. So upon arrival (we were 7 of us) we had to call out the person on reservations desk because he was not there, which he was very helpful at least and he provided us with one of the 3 rooms we booked (2 triple rooms and one single) so we could put our luggages inside. So the first triple was a small room but was good enough for the purpose of the stay and a quite nice design. The single room, quite small but still ok for the reason of travel. The third room (second triple room) was smaller than the first one, and had an extraction fan or some kind of machine working outside the window making a lot of noise. My brother asked at the reception the next morning, if there was another available without that much noise, the receptionist told us to come back at night, so we asked at night and the reply was along the lines of ''we don't have anything available now but if you don't like it you can leave'' when my brother told me i had to be talked out of going to argue with the receptionist because it would get me nowhere, but this was way too unacceptable, and rude no matter what the circumstances were. The breakfast was average, but the coffee was bad. Lastly the elevator was so narrow, i could just about fit standing straight left to right, and it was broken half days of the week we were there. And to mention this too the hotel was quite clean. So a summary would be Location 9.5/10 Cleanness 8/10 Staff 5/10 Room size 5/10 Breakfast 5/10

We were on the ground floor. Room was very comfortable and much larger than we expected for a city location. Room furniture was a little tired in places but didn't affect function. We had a good night's sleep on a stay after a theatre trip. 5 mins walk from Oxford Street and the underground meant a good location for us. The only let down was the (relatively expensive) cooked breakfast which I thought was of very poor quality. I'd recommend the hotel as a place to stay, but I'd recommend to skip the breakfast and sample a local cafe instead.

Went on business last week and thought this was a good place to stay. Rooms were small but very comfortable, clean and modern. It was 5 minute walk to oxford street and seconds away from lovely restaurants. All in all I liked it but if you want some Tips here’s what could be better: 1- broken lift and 4 flights of stairs with a case and bags when your pregnant! Not ideal!! They offered to take my bag up when I checked in. However could have done with a lower floor or a lift that works 2- employ someone new a breakfast!! The woman down there is aggressive and revels in the power of putting people in their place!! Particularly over the continental Vrs cooked breakfast!! I thought her rude and then watched her go on to do it to at least 3 other people. She also got annoyed with Someone for moving the jam jar from the counter??? No idea why. It’s not what’s said it’s the manner in which it’s done. She isn’t suited to service industry.... and if she stays needs some urgent training in customer service! As she was enough to put me off going back there

We stayed here for one night in a room that was very tiny and had a small bed. The hotel was overpriced and not great. The bathroom was extremely small. The breakfast was very poor, save money and go out for something. Only stay here if all other hotels are full.

Stayed for 4 nights - room & bathroom just fine for price & location. Breakfast a bit disappointing - why go to the trouble of preparing delicious fresh fruit salad (NOT bulked out by apple, for a change!) & granola/compote/creme fraiche pots only to also serve tinned fruit (!?) & very average supermarket bread for toast, when nice little pastries were also on offer? Just seems the choices were a tad odd. All staff were lovely, greeted you whenever they came across you. Location great for transport links, but nearby restaurants not what we're used to in similar locations in London - obviously not the hotel's fault! We would potentially stay with this hotel group again, but not this specific location, & I would investigate breakfast choices more thoroughly before deciding. Room was very warm when we arrived, so we switched off heating & opened window - really appreciated the staff obviously noting this, as room was well aired whenever we returned .& heating was not turned on in our absence.

Mid range hotel in a good location. Given the price I was hoping for something slightly better. Certainly not awful and the staff were friendly - it was ok for a business stopover but wouldn't want to use it on a personal trip.

When we arrived at the hotel, everything looked Nice. But then They notice that the elevator is broken so we need to use the stairs. Carrying our luggage three stairs up, is not a Nice welcome. Then we arrive at the room: small. Bathroom, very small. Shower : extreem small and old. Good: the bed was Nice. So after these dissapointments , I hoped for a Good breakfast. They tell us we Can only have the cold food!? I paid €256 euro for one night to have a small room with bad breakfast and a broken elevator. I stayed in other hotels in London which were less expensive but much beter, also with a great location!

My boyfriend booked this hotel for our anniversary as a surprise for the weekend. We arrived early for check in, where we were greeted by the receptionist who confirmed that our room was available early. The room is quite basic we noticed that there was no bath which was rather disappointing as my boyfriend actually booked the hotel on the basis that there was a bath. We reviewed the confirmation email that he received for the room and it confirmed that there was a bath. We went down to reception to explain that we were disappointed. The receptionist confirmed that the bath is 'subject to availability'. The shower in the bathroom wasn't adjustable and if you are small like me and don't want to wash your hair every time you get in the shower it isn't ideal, however the hotel did have shower caps, but I didn't really want to use them so had to shower on my tip toes to make sure my hair didn't get wet. The shower was really hard to turn on and I had to get my boyfriend to turn it on every time as it was really stiff as was the window, which I couldn't open on my own either. I wouldn't say the hotel is a 4 star as the carpet was coming up and the furniture was quite chipped, however the hotel is in a really good location and was close to all the tube stations. The hotel had a good choice of restaurants near by, which I guess is what you are paying for.

Three of us stayed for one night on a business trip 7/11/17 The hotel is ideally situated just a relatively short walk from Oxford Street. It is a small and quant hotel which some people like me find more personal. The staff on the reception desk were helpful with directions and other queries and nothing was too much trouble for the staff in the restaurant. The 3 course evening meal for £25 including a glass of wine is tremendous value for a Londin hotel and the food was clearly prepared fresh. I found my room had everything I needed for my stay and the sleeping area was very modern. The only thing that prevents me giving the hotel 5 stars is the bathroom which although very clean was dated and in need of modernisation. Would definitely recommend to others and use again.

Nice, little hotel close to Oxford and Regent Street. Good service and nice, refurbished rooms, although a little space constrained. Best attribute is the central location. Stayed here in 2012 and it’s still great value for money. Great breakfast.

31-35 Langham Street London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to BT Tower and London Palladium Theatre
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Located in Marylebone, Grange Langham Court is within a 5-minute walk of BT Tower and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like London Palladium Theatre. This 56-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. University of London and Royal Academy of Music are also within a short walk.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

The 56 accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can enjoy TVs and stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Coffee makers, free newspapers, and desks are also standard.


Property features

Renovated in 2012, Grange Langham Court offers free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and express check-in. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-out, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.

Room options

Superior Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Executive Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Executive Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

53% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 621 reviews