Earlier this week I posted about my fun fall weekend in New England, and today I’m sharing a little more of it. Our stay at The Langham, Boston, a great luxury hotel located in the financial district of Boston!
The lobby was pristine and absolutely gorgeous! We couldn’t wait to see our room and freshen up before our Afternoon Tea reservation.
First up upon entering the room was the bathroom. It was a nice size, which I was happy about, because you never know how they’ll be in bigger cities (most of the time they end up being cramped). I didn’t discover my favorite feature of the bathroom until I stepped out of the shower way later…
…there was a perfect square in the center of the mirror, despite the fog everywhere else! Gone are the days where you have to wait for the bathroom mirror to defog on it’s own or using a towel to clear a spot, my friends!
Stepping out of the bathroom and into the heart of the room, I gravitated directly to the Keurig, and found an array of K-cups of coffee and tea to choose from. ALWAYS a huge win in a hotel room! Plus, I liked the option of having actual coffee mugs or to-go cups, both of which I ended up using.
Our Afternoon Tea reservation (served daily from 3-7 p.m.) was shortly after we checked in and I couldn’t wait to experience it! Afternoon Tea is a Langham tradition from their flagship London location, a tradition I was happy to keep embracing, when the Langham extended the invite.
This was Ted’s first time drinking tea EVER (not including iced tea/Arnold Palmers), so when our waiter presented the tea options he had no idea where to begin! Fortunately, I drink quite a bit of tea and our waiter was extremely knowledgeable about all of them, so he was in good hands.
After tea, we hit the city for some exploring, and when we returned, found the most pleasant surprises!
A card with a fabulous quote + chocolates on the pillow, plus Langham slippers! Unfortunately for Ted, they were a few sizes too small, but they fit me perfectly and were pretty comfy!
If you’re visiting Boston, chances are you probably won’t have a car with you. But if you do, parking at The Langham is valet and costs $35. I definitely suggest calling down ahead to request your car as well! When we were leaving, everyone was checking in and out, so it was a bit chaotic (and also chilly waiting outside)!
We absolutely loved our stay + Afternoon Tea experience at The Langham, Boston, and hope to visit again soon!