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Langham Place, Fifth Avenue

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • attentive service
  • gorgeous spa
  • great location
  • quality dining

    Cons

  • street noise reported by guests on lower floors

Langham Place, Fifth Avenue Review

Setting new standards for luxury, the towering, limestone-clad Langham Place, Fifth Avenue (formerly the Setai Fifth Avenue), was conceived as an opulent crash pad for wealthy overseas tourists, captains of industry on long-term stays, and anyone in need of some serious pampering. Every detail has been attended to, beginning with an intimate lobby in onyx, leather, and glass, where you'll be greeted by your "service stylist" (no old-school concierges here), who will attend to your every whim and desire. Standard rooms begin at a spacious 700 square feet, with giant hardwood closets and bathrooms with rain showers and soaking tubs. The large spa has an ice room and a Turkish-style hammam. Chef Michael White is behind the stove at Michelin-starred Ai Fiori.

    Hotel Details

  • 154 rooms, 60 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-20-2014

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