The Luxury Collection, a Marriott International brand, has opened The Langley in Buckinghamshire following a multi-million pound revamp.
The launch of the new luxury hotel marks Luxury Collection’s foray into the English countryside.
The former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough and the adjacent 18th century Brew House have been overhauled to build the new hotel.
The facelift was carried out over a period of six years. The new hotel comprises 41 bedrooms.
The historic features of the main Langley Park House were retained during the renovation.
A Palladian mansion, the facility was originally constructed between 1756 and 1760.
The building features the Duke of Marlborough Suite, which consists of three bedrooms encompassing an octagonal central room.
Previously a stable, clock tower and brewery, the Brew House now features residential rooms and suites.
Additionally, Langley Buckinghamshire includes a 1,600 square metre spa, with private VIP suite, vitality pools, amethyst steam room and an indoor swimming pool.
The property also features the Cedar restaurant, and a gym developed in alliance with fitness expert Matt Roberts.
Among the property’s other features include seven event spaces including the Winter Garden that has been restored as part of the project.
The Luxury Collection global brand leader Anthony Ingham said: “Buckinghamshire is a picturesque county full of rolling green hills and stunning gardens, grand castles, and quaint towns with rich history.
“The Langley is yet another stunning example of The Luxury Collection’s commitment to restoring historic icons across the globe, and our guests will deeply connect with our first hotel in this remarkable destination respite just outside the buzzing city of London.”