We’re exploring The Langham Place hotel in New York City!
Our second stop on our hotel hopping adventure in New York City is the Langham Place. To tell you the truth, I had never heard of it before…and probably for good reason. It’s SO nice and a bit out of my price range. I’d be in trouble if this was the kind of place that I expected to stay in everywhere I travel. But, Oh My Gosh was it amazing!!!
To put it frankly, when my sister, Hayden and I walked into our room, we were like kids at Disney World. We couldn’t stop giggling at the splendor of it all! We stayed in a Family Place Room, which looks like it starts around $1000/night. We were fortunate enough to be put up at the Langham place by Similac. Thank you again, Similac!
The room was HUGE with amazing amenities, but what else do you expect from $1000 a night? It was modern, comfortable and fancy. We certainly felt like celebrities staying here. My favorite part of the hotel room was looking out of the huge, floor-to-ceiling windows. We all loved looking down at the streets below. It’s like we never had to leave our room to sight see! And a shout-out to the automatic curtains. So cool.
The beds were very comfortable and there was enough space in the room, hallways and bathroom to have our pick of where to put Hayden’s pack’n play. Speaking of space, the bathroom was amazing. There was a television in the mirror. Thank goodness for my sister, who babysat Hayden while I soaked in the bathtub for an hour while watching tv. What a life!
We were there for just a sort amount of time, but it was in a great location. It’s close to the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, Madison Square Gardens, Times Square and even the Rockefeller Center. On our way out in the lobby, we even spotted some celebrities!
Scroll down and enjoy the space at the Langham Place New York!
This was not a sponsored post, however, Similac paid for my room at the Langham place since I was there on business. There was no expectation of a hotel review and I’m just sharing my experience. All opinions are my own. Please read my disclosure policy for further information.