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  • Written by Kate Atkinson



In the October issue of Condé Nast Traveler (U.S.), The Langham, Melbourne has been named one of the top five hotels on an annual list of the Best Hotels in Australia and New Zealand.

This is the third consecutive year The Langham, Melbourne has been included in the prestigious magazine's round-up of best hotels in Australia and New Zealand.

Every year, Condé Nast Traveler readers vote on their favourite hotels, resorts, spas, airlines, cruise lines and more in the magazine's annual Readers' Choice Awards.

“We are thrilled to once again be included on this sought-after list. Many of our guests comment that it is our staff and service that sets us apart. We are genuinely touched that our guests took the time to vote for The Langham, Melbourne.” commented The Langham, Melbourne's Managing Director, Ben Sington.

“It's exciting  too that the hotel has been voted the  number one hotel on TripAdvisor for 18 weeks so far this year and the hotel has been in the top three hotels in Melbourne for  41 of the past 42 weeks,” commented Sington.

“We have a busy calendar of events taking place over the next few months including showcasing dishes from Bradley Cooper's new movie, Burnt, at Aria Bar & Lounge. The film was shot on location at our sister hotel, The Langham, London. In addition, we are proud to be supporting the forthcoming Australian Masters golf tournament and the inaugural OMG week taking place in November. OMG week, is the brainchild of George Calombaris and stands for Oh My Greek. We're also hosting our iconic Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood on a daily basis,” added Sington.

The Langham, Melbourne is renowned for being a chic, luxurious haven in the heart of Melbourne's bustling Southbank precinct. Ideally located on the banks of the Yarra River, the hotel overlooks the city's Flinders Street Station and Central Business District.

The hotel's award-winning Melba restaurant is a often referred to as an innovative benchmark-setting restaurant while the hotel's Aria Bar is revered for its contemporary High Teas as much as it is for its  service-oriented evening bar offerings.

Chuan Spa offers an extensive treatment menu which caters for both those looking for result focussed facials as well as those seeking the ultimate in relaxation.

The Langham, Melbourne offers guests a luxurious and timeless, inner-city experience.

Bookings may be made by visiting melbourne.langhamhotels.com.au or by calling +61 8696 8888. 

The Langham, Melbourneat Southbank is located at the heart of Melbourne's diverse performing arts scene, and is a proud partner of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Melbourne Recital Centre, Opera Australia and the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

The 25-floor hotel has 388 luxuriously appointed rooms including 126 river view rooms, 57 executive club rooms,  6 balcony rooms with 19m² private balconies, 7 Terrace Rooms with 50m² private balconies, 11 suites and one Presidential Suite; each attended to by the hotel's signature Service Stylists. The Langham, Melbourne boasts stunning views of the Melbourne city skyline, the Yarra River, historic Flinders Street station and Federation Square. 

The Langham, Melbourne is also acclaimed for its award-winning Chuan Spa, interactive dining restaurant – Melba, and chic bar & lounge – ARIA.


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