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Grange Langham Court

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Nice rooms, the area is perfect for eating, go to a bar. No noice outside. Easy to walk to the shopping areas. The hotel is nice, good storage space and fits your needs whit a good look in the interior.

Grange Langham Court hotel is an older hotel with very small rooms that don’t even have a proper coffee/tea section and not even a fridge in the room. The rooms are very old with the most disgusting carpet. The lobby is also very old and dark not a place to sit and relax. They offer nothing extra to their guest. The stuff the maids used to clean the rooms and refill the bathrooms are in a closet that was right next to my room so guess what the maid would start cleaning the rooms really early in the morning with smelling the closet door every time they open it. So it would wake me up every early morning. Couldn’t get any rest at that place. The shampoo they give you to use is the cheapest shampoo that feels expired does t even bubble when you try to use it. Did I mention there was no fridge in the room so I couldn’t buy extra food to keep at my room since it would go bad. And of course the maids that clean your room do not change the sheets ever unless you happen to be there and ask them to.

This is a very small ("boutique") old hotel with extremely small single rooms (misleadingly characterized as "superior single rooms") with no views, a small (and not always neat and clean) lobby and lounge. It is a rather expensive 4 star rated hotel. and only worth for the convenient area where it is located. No little fridge and no safe in my room, which would be enough for the downgrading of the premises from a 4 to a 3 star hotel. At least breakfast was OK and the place was quite convenient. Other co-travelers also complained about the poor heating in their rooms.

The lift was out of order , and it was out of order on a previous visit , ideal location and the twin room had quality linens and finishes , the kettle could not be moved from the cabinet , the bed was excellent and very comfortable , had a problem with a sink where the plug would not move and found difficulty in finding an english speaker to sort in the morning , i would use again.

The hotel is in a good location, close to Wigmore street , Harley Street and Oxford Street,the staff in general were helpful, however that is where the positivity ends. We booked aa Executive twin room, upon arrival we were told we had been “upgraded” to a triple room.The room was tiny, tired and dated.The very small bath/shower room was worn,there were no facilities in the hotel that would reflect 4 star accomadation. There was no drinking water available in the room and when we enquired were told we would have to buy water from the bar.The room cost £250 for 1 night. The hotel was expensive, over priced and I will not be returning again. If you enjoy moderately luxurious surroundings, this is not a hotel I would recommend.

Walking off of Great Tichfield street onto Langham Street - greeted by this beautiful black and white brick building - I was instantly excited about staying here! I went inside and there was a busy reception but I was ushered through to the lounge to wait there and asked if I’d like a drink whilst I waited. I felt immediately welcomed and I was very happy to have chosen this hotel. I had a bit of an issue in the morning having forgot shampoo and I asked the room attendant who was outside and she didn’t speak English, but had a cool tool which was a postcard which spoke and said “sorry. I’m learning English at the moment! Please write your room number on here and I will have someone assist you!” I received a call to the room and I said what I wanted and it was swiftly brought to my room. Great. It’s a lovely building. Well kept and for the price totally acceptable room facilities and great service.

Stopped at the Grange Langham Court as I was attending a meeting nearby, I arrived in London via the train from Kings Cross, as I hadn't been to this area in London I decided to walk to the Hotel from Kings Cross, it took around half an hour but I was able to take in allot of the area, and spot a few restaurants and pubs which I would visit later. Note it was £10 in a taxi to get back when I left after the trip. The Hotel is very pleasantly located within a area with loads of pubs and eateries, the Hotel itself is a comfortable hotel (beds are great) and the room was clean with plenty of space for luggage, my room was at the back of the hotel which looks over residential housing and was so quiet which is great after a busy day in the city. I liked style of the hotel due to its original charm. The breakfast is also very good, staff were great. My only advice would be if you need to use a lift to get from floor to floor the lift was out of order my stay and looking at previous reviews it is temperamental at best.

Excellent value when needing a stopover in central London prior to a Monday meeting. Sub £100 is very good for the quality and location. Ground floor room, facing road was surprisingly quiet even on Monday morning. Location for Oxford Street, Regent Street etc is very convenient also moments from BBC building.

An item of my property went missing during my last stay here and the hotel was less than forthcoming in answer to my questions. I will leave you to draw your own conclusions... I stayed here on the night of the 5th/6th November 2017. When I checked in, I was allocated a basement room. As I was unpacking, I realised the room was quite noisy and staff could be heard clattering around. I was going to a late performance that evening and was expecting to return late so I returned to reception and asked to be moved to a quieter room. The hotel accommodated this request and I moved to the new room, unpacked and went out. Upon my return to my new room, that night, I realised that I had left my T-shirt hanging in the wardrobe of my original room. I went to reception and explained the situation. I asked if the room was occupied and whether it was possible to retrieve my top. I was informed, by the night porter, that the room was occupied so retrieval was not possible. However, he said he would leave a message for reception to check in the morning. He seemed especially interested when I described a black Hugo Boss T-shirt. When I returned to reception in the morning, they were unaware of any note and told me that the room had not been occupied over night. The receptionist went and checked the room herself but found nothing in the wardrobe. I had to leave the hotel without my T-shirt. I have emailed the hotel several times to understand what happened. It has been hard work to get the information out of them. I have managed to establish that housekeeping briefly entered the room shortly after I vacated it. I have also established that the room was unoccupied that night. However, on the question of whether anyone else entered the room between the time housekeeping checked it and the time the receptionist checked it, the hotel has been evasive and will not give a straight answer. They have this information as the card access is recorded and my T-shirt did not vanish in to thin air. My conclusion has led me to log a crime with the Metropolitan Police (6503996/18) The hotel has offered me a discount on my next stay but I have no desire to stay somewhere that is avoiding telling me the truth about the circumstances around my missing property.

Easy walk from Oxford Circus tube station and only 17minutes from Euston if you fancy the walk. Easy check in with helpful and friendly young lady on reception. Great location with good pubs and Italian restaurants nearby. The Crown and Sceptre PH is 20m away which serves good beer. Unfortunately Sunday roasts were sold out by 4pm! Excellent Italian restaurant, Sergios, is opposite. The superior room we were in, 301, overlooked the main street. It wasn't very big but had everything you need but you hardly spend anytime in the room do you? One down side was the early start of the street cleaners, bottles rattling at 1.30am, which will wake up light sleepers but you can't blame the hotel for that. Lift was out of order which could cause problems for some. I would stay again.

31-35 Langham Street London England

Hotel highlights

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

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

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

53.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 638 reviews