Champers on the house

Complimentary Taittinger Champagne tastings are de rigeur at the Langham Melbourne.

Photography by Langham Hotel

13 January 2022


Guests staying in luxury at Melbourne’s the Langham hotel are in for a welcome surprise from 15 January. The hotel is offering them a selection of bespoke complimentary activities including:

    • morning or afternoon tea at Aria Bar and Lounge, including The Langham Melbourne’s renowned freshly baked scones served with cream and preserves (offered Monday to Friday)
    • master the art of bed-making with a hands-on tutorial taught by the hotel’s Executive Housekeeper Marian Stratford (from 1 pm til 1.30 pm on Tuesdays)
    • guided Taittinger Champagne Tasting (on Thursdays from 5 pm til 6 pm at Aria Bar and Lounge
    • join the Langham Walking Club on a walk along the Yarra River up to Alexandra Gardens (Friday mornings from 7.30 am til 8.30 am)
    • learn about the ethos of Chuan Spa and the principles of traditional Chinese medicine on the hotel’s pool deck (9.30 am til 10 am on Saturdays).


On weekdays until Friday 21 January, Melba Restaurant will be hosting a Minions-themed children’s tea including a take home gift and the chance to win an overnight stay in a room styled with Minions linen and plenty of Minion surprises.

Also new is Aria Bar and Lounge’s afternoon tea menu including Langham ginger rose madeleine dipped in raspberry ruby chocolate, a coconut macaron with lime sable, passionfruit curd and passionfruit ganache.

Luxury accommodation packages are available from $410 per room, per night and include a bottle of premium sparkling wine on arrival, an in-room movie, valet parking and breakfast for two at Melba Restaurant.

As part of the Summer Family Adventure experience an inter-connecting room is available at 50 percent off, subject to availability with two rooms available from $680 for two adults and two children.

As the wholly-owned subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, Langham Hospitality Group encompasses a family of distinctive hotels under The Langham Hotels and Resorts and Cordis Hotels brands, with more than 30 projects currently either confirmed or in a developed stage of negotiation from Asia, Europe and North America to the Middle East. The Group takes its name from the legendary Langham in London, which was widely recognised as Europe’s first Grand Hotel.

For over 150 years, this flagship hotel has represented sophisticated and gracious hospitality, a philosophy that reflects elegance in design, innovation in hospitality, sincere service and captivation of the senses across all properties.



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