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What We Love

  • Aigle boots, which guests can rent to explore the surrounding countryside
  • A cryotherapy center at the property gym
  • Cognac and cigars at the Churchill Bar
  • The marble-lined swimming pool at the underground spa

What To Know

  • The hotel is a sister property to the Wellesley Knightsbridge in London
  • The property’s original winter garden was meticulously refurbished
  • The 41 rooms here are split between a former hunting lodge and an 18th-century brew house
  • The aforementioned spa includes ladies-only portions


  •  Bar
  •  Concierge
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Former country estate turned coveted wellness weekend, with an otherworldly spa and a Matt Roberts gym

The Lowdown

Presiding over Langley Park, a wildlife kingdom home to a royal hunting lodge and a series of pleasure gardens, this resuscitated Palladian mansion is now a 41-key country-chic getaway. The laborious overhaul uncovered many unexpected treasures including an original Victorian Mosaic that was unearthed—then painstakingly restored—when the main reception tiles were lifted. The undeniable star attraction, though, is the subterranean spa, where hammams, vitality pools, and a Himalayan sea salt-walled sauna await. Guests, ensconced in some seriously fluffy robes, tend to make visits here daylong affairs, fueled by clean eats like cured meats and fish, freshly-squeezed fruit juices, and guilt-free desserts. Balance out the pampering with a session at the property’s other celebrated amenity: the high-tech gym, whose personal trainer who has sculpted celebs like designer Tom Ford and former Spice Girl Mel C.

In the Area

Overlooking Langley Park’s manicured gardens and parklands (landscaped by legendary English architect Lancelot Brown), the hotel is a ten-minute drive from the town of Windsor, world famous for its royal connections—book a heritage tour of nearby Eton College, whose alumni list includes Prince William and Prince Harry. While you can easily spend a weekend here soaking in the property’s own grandeur, gawking at lake and garden vistas from the wraparound terrace, venturing beyond the private grounds will get you to the rhododendrons of nearby Langley Park. London is a 40-minute drive away.

How to Get There

The Langley, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Buckinghamshire
Avenue Drive, Uxbridge Road, Iver
Slough, SL3 6DU United Kingdom