The Langham Gold Coast unveils the luxurious President’s Suite
The Langham, Gold Coast celebrated its grand opening on Friday 21st October, unveiling its full service offering including dining, bar and wellness experiences.
Since opening to guests in June 2022, the hotel has gradually introduced three additional venues on-site, the Langham’s star-studded Cantonese fine-dining restaurant, T’ang Court; open-air Coral Moon cocktail bar and Chuan Spa, which offers holistic wellness treatments guided by traditional Chinese practices.
“Our teams have worked hard over the past four months to perfect our range of bar, dining and wellness offerings, ensuring that everything from menus and recipes to layouts and colourways reflect individual personality. of every location that we know customers will feel at the minute. they walk through the door,” Langham Gold Coast managing director John O’Shea said.
“Our new Cantonese fine-dining restaurant, T’ang Court, open-air cocktail bar, Coral Moon, the long-awaited traditional wellness concept, Chuan Spa, offers our guests and casual guests something for every taste. .
“These new experiences are the final jewels in our crown and the icing on the cake for The Langham, Gold Coast to truly become Australia’s premier luxury destination.”
The hotel also hosted the media in its luxurious President’s Suite, located on the 20th floor. The suite can accommodate up to five people with two large bedrooms and bathrooms as well as two separate living rooms to provide privacy for every party.
The marble bathroom, located next to the master bedroom, has two separate sinks, a shower and a sumptuous circular spa bath.
There’s also a full-size study, dining room, and butler’s pantry, making this a home away from home for guests looking for longer-term stays.
The 5-star property has a total of 339 luxury rooms and suites and a number of dining options, including Akoya, an ocean-view lunch and dinner restaurant; Palm Court, which serves Langham’s famous afternoon tea; the Lobby Bar, which offers an extensive selection of rare wines and Australia’s finest spirits; and 26&Sunny, a local hotspot for coffee and food.
Its recreational facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and swim-up bar, a state-of-the-art ocean-view health club, and a kids’ club.
O’Shea said the hotel has received “tremendous support from locals and travelers from near and far” since it opened.
To mark the grand opening, the hotel hosted up to 400 guests for a gala dinner in its Diamond Ballroom, with special guests Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchcliffe and the Mayor of Gold Coast Tom Tate.