The Langham, Boston is an iconic hotel housed in a national historic landmark, which was once the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, built in 1922. The property began a new era of elegance after a two-year multimillion-dollar renovation with nods to its history as the former bank, its location in the heart of Boston, and its proximity to Boston Harbor. The concept features numerous unique details reminiscent of the building’s history, like banker’s lamps in the lobby, marble countertops inspired by those in the old bank, and even the original bank chandeliers!
Also new following the renovation are the Promenade and Wilson Ballroom. These brand-new spaces feature towering doors with an opulent Starburst timber veneer design illustrating the splendor of the building’s rich past. In addition, bespoke glass chandeliers hanging above the space have been designed with a contemporary twist and reflect the mirrors, bringing additional light and the allusion to space into the room to enhance the architectural grandeur further. The Promenade is 2,813 square feet with a guest capacity of 275. The Wilson Ballroom is now the largest ballroom at the hotel, coming in at 3,250 square feet with a capacity of 300 guests. Rachelle Boudreau, Director of Sales and Marketing, says, “There is always something to celebrate at the Langham! The pandemic has brought us all together as a family and as a result, we celebrate every day. We are thankful for great relationships with partners like CSI DMC who help our guests celebrate, too!”
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