Boutique hotel to open on Duke of Marlborough’s former estate

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
01 November 2017 | Updated 01 November 2017

UK: Luxury hotel planned for Buckinghamshire estate

The owner of the Wellesley Knightsbridge is set to open a luxury boutique hotel set in the former estate of the Duke of Marlborough in Iver, Buckinghamshire.

The hotel will be set across two buildings within the Langley Park estate - a Grade II*-listed mansion that was at one time the hunting lodge of the Duke of Marlborough and a Grade II-listed, 18th century building that housed stables.

The Langley will operate as part of Marriott's Luxury Collection brand. Like the Wellesley, it will fall under the ownership of City and Country Hotels, a subsidiary of Arab Investments.

Dennis Irvine Studio, which managed the design of the Wellesley, will be oversee the design of the hotel. The hotel will feature a 25,000 square-feet spa and a women's only thermal area, a fitness centre with a Cryotherapy Centre led by personal trainer Matt Roberts, a restaurant, bar, and gardens.

Khalid Affara, company director of City and Country Hotels said: "The whole estate is steeped in such rich history and heritage we are excited to soon launch a product that successfully celebrates the Langley's past whilst offering contemporary luxury and design alongside outstanding dining. The sheer size and specification of the Langley spa help to make the estate an outstanding destination."

The hotel is set to open in summer 2018.

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