Two years after being rebranded and refurbished,
The Langham will open on December 2.
The general manager of the Langham’s refurbishment Sonia Lefevre convinced her head office to triple her original $10 million budget to $30 million.
Ms Lefevre maintained that hotel would offer absolute privacy to customers.
“We will offer absolute privacy,” she told the Australian Financial Review.
“As soon as I arrived in Sydney and got to know the hotel I realised there was an opportunity to do something on a much wider level. The location, with the transformation of Millers Point and the Barangaroo project, will change this side of the city.”
Ms Lefevre said instead of being a hotel, the Langham would be a retreat and compared it to a luxury private residence.
She said the Langham values quality customer service and staff know the name of every guest who checks in.
Guests who seek luxury will not be disappointed; the hotel has 96 rooms at 49 square metres with balconies and opening windows.
Kent Street Kitchen offers contemporary fine-dining headed by Chef de Cuisine Daniel Rudolph while the Chuan Spa boasts a health club, Jacuzzi, steam rooms and an indoor pool.
The Lagham also recognises guests who are business travellers and offer free Wi-Fi and Bluetooth throughout the hotel.
There are also two service stylists who will run errands and transcribe a document for free.