Valentine’s Day at The Langham, London

Langham London, Valentine's Day
Langham London, Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and luxury hotels from Los Angeles to Langkawi are rolling out the special offers for lovebirds. If you’re planning a romantic rendez-vous in London, The Langham is rolling out the red carpet with culinary treats, cocktails and spa treatments. Take your pick from the hotel’s offerings: At Artesian, Head Bartender Alex Kratena has concocted a cocktail called the Magic Rose. Available from February 11-17 and priced at £16, the Magic Rose is Laurent-Perrier Rose Champagne poured over a raspberry, lychee and rose sorbet.

The Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea at Palm Court includes special sweets by Pastry Chef Cherish Finden, like the Saint Valentine Macaroon and Puppy Love Cookie (pictured). Priced at £42.50 per person. For those seeking a little r&r, couples-style, at the hotel’s Chuan Spa, there are three packages called “With Love from Chuan Spa” which utilize OSKIA products.

Roux at The Landau is hosting a 7-course Valentine Day menu for £95 per person including Spit-roast fillet of aged Hereford beef with truffled hollandaise and Yorkshire rhubarb pavlova with coconut chantilly and alphonso mango dressing. Sleep off your food coma and get a room at The Langham. The “Happily Ever After” package includes Champagne and truffles in your room, pre-dinner aperitifs at Artesian, rose petal turndown service, full English breakfast, and a gift from The Langham Book Butler. Priced from £443 per room per night. For more information, visit 

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