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Langorf Hotel

Basic Data
City London
Location 20 Frognal Hampstead
London NW3 6AG
Rooms 31 en-suite bedrooms & 5 apartments

One of the foremost townhouse hotels in London - Langorf Hotel, London underwent extensive renovation and has carved a niche for itself among the Three star hotels in London. Located at a peaceful residential area near the Hampstead village, the hotel is easily accessible from the West End – one of the most important hubs in London.

Accommodation at Langorf Hotel, London
An array of tastefully furnished bedrooms is on offer for accommodation at Langorf Hotel in London. Appointed with en-suite bathrooms, all the rooms sport elegant decor and are fitted with contemporary amenities of comfort. Besides, there are 5 apartments, designed to provide utmost comfort and luxury. The highly personalized & courteous service of the housekeeping staff further enhances the pleasures of putting up at the hotel. Room facilities available here include:
  • direct dial telephone
  • radio alarm
  • tea and coffee making facilities
  • hairdryer
  • color television with satellite channels
  • Some rooms overlooking the garden
Dining at Langorf Hotel, London
The Breakfast Room at the hotel serves guests with sumptuous breakfasts every day, while the cocktail bar is the perfect place to enjoy any exotic drink of your choice.

Business at Langorf Hotel, London
The hotel offers many a business facility for its corporate guests including Wifi internet connection, STD/ISD services, etc.

Recreation at Langorf Hotel, London
Amble through the well-manicured garden after a busy day or simply sit at the spacious lobby and relax awhile. You can also visit popular tourist places in the vicinity and explore the charm of London.

Other Facilities at Langorf Hotel, London
  • Safe deposit boxes
  • Luggage Storage
  • Lift
  • Room service
  • Parking facilities
  • Front Desk
  • Concierge Services

City Info
The Romans founded London around AD 43 and built their town here because London was the furthest point that could be easily accessed by ships up the River Thames. The geological features of London further indicated that the Thames could be bridged here.