Langham Hotel Melbourne is a five-star hotel, located at the Southgate Arts and Leisure precinct on the banks of the Yarra River, within a five-minute walk of the CBD, Vic Arts Centre and Crown Entertainment complex and the many restaurants of Southbank.

Directly over the river from Flinders Street railway station and trams less than ½ a block away.  

The hotel’s facilities include the Chuan Spa, indoor pool, Health Club, Melba Restaurant, Aria Bar & Lounge.

The Langham Hotel with 388 rooms and suites offers Classic and River View Rooms. Guest rooms feature king or twin double bed configurations; marble bathrooms with separate shower and bath; a large work desk fully equipped with broadband internet access; as well as a comfortable armchair and ottoman for relaxing in the sitting area.

Meeting Space at The Langham includes 10 separate rooms some of which can be divided into small spaces making a total of 15 rooms in all.  Ranging from the Clarendon Ballroom suitable for up to 220 banquet style or 400 cocktail style to the Little Collins Room which seats 6 in boardroom style.  The large foyer area in front of the Clarendon Ballroom also allows for exhibition space of 6 3x2m booths or 12 trestle tables.

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