The Langham Hong Kong | Hotel Review

The Langham Hong Kong at a Glance

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Name: The Langham Hong Kong
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Location: 8 Peking Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong  |  See it on Google Maps

Price: $$ - Starting at around $250 a night, which is honestly a steal for Hong Kong


  • Almost 500 rooms and suites
  • T'ang Court - three Michelin - starred restaurant onsite
  • Various other restaurants from casual to fine dining onsite
  • Rooftop Spa and Fitness Center
  • Club rooms with access from 6 AM to 11 PM daily

Best tip: I highly encourage you to upgrade to a club room - there are so many fantastic amenities that come with it. I've detailed a club room experience below.

Stay here if… you want fantastic views of Hong Kong Island moments away 

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The Langham is located in the happening Tsimshatsui district and it pretty easy to get to. When I arrived we took a private charter to the hotel which made life SO easy. But there are tons of different ways to get from the airport to the hotel. I have detailed them in this article.


First off, you should know that I I stayed in a club level room while visiting Hong Kong. So I can't comment on anything but what I experienced. 

Cute welcome gift from The Langham in Hong Kong -The shoe is made of chocolate and in their signature Langham pink

Cute welcome gift from The Langham in Hong Kong -The shoe is made of chocolate and in their signature Langham pink

What I did experience though was magnificent. My room was on the 11th floor and immediately upon walking in I was enveloped in 1920's glamour. My room came with a faux fireplace and a sprawling king size bed that was oh so soft. And seriously, Asia is known for hard beds... even at luxury hotels - so I really can't stress enough how happy I was to fall into a nice soft bed at night. 

My bathroom was marbled from top to bottom and extremely lavish. I will say that the decor, while dripping in luxury, still feels inviting. The pink accents were modern and trendy without feeling too girlish. Oh, and did I mention the room came with a pink chocolate stiletto. I only grabbed a quick picture (sorry about the quality) before I devoured the whole thing.

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No complaints here. The Wifi at The Lanham worked wonderfully. I streamed Netflix and answered emails easily. 

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I would definitely encourage you to consider upgrading to Langham Hong Kong Club level rooms. The morning breakfast - plus the copious other meals - make it worth it enough. There are also little upgrades around your room that make the stay uber-luxurious. A pillow menu - yes, pillow menu (!) - is a favorite of mine. But you'll also have a personal concierge at your service, garment pressing included, and private check-in and out.

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The Langham has some amazing restaurants onsite. But let's talk first about T'ang Court - the three Michelin-starred restaurant. I had the glorious opportunity to try out the food during my stay and oh. my. god. (please read that in Janice from friends voice). The food is delicious and upscale without seeming pretentious. Hard to pull-off but The Langham does it. T'ang Court has been on the Michelin list since 2009 and you'll dine on authentic Cantonese dishes during your visit.

If T'ang Court is out of your price range - or comfort zone - The Langham still has a variety of restaurants to choose from. The Bostonian Seafood and Grill just undertook a massive renovation and offers seasonal land and sea favorites. Main St. Deli is nice and casual - the emoji burger is a must try. Palm Court is right off the lobby and serves breakfast daily. You can also find afternoon tea and live performances here.

Around The Langham are a variety of places to eat and way too many to list here quite honestly. The location of The Langham is one of the best reasons to stay here. There is so much to do just mere walking distance away.

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Final Thoughts for The Langham Hong Kong

One last thing... even though researching ahead of time is great, I definitely recommend bringing a guidebook along with you. Here are some books I recommend...

Also, a super common question I get is: what camera do I use for my travels. The body is a Nikon D3300 and this is the wide angle lens I use and love - I am seriously obsessed with it. 

My full guide that includes all the camera gear I take on every trip is here.


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