The Langford Hotel
What We Love
- A Beaux-Arts boutique gem in downtown Miami and the area's first historic hotelThe hotel’s unique history as the Miami National Bank
- The cuisine and craft cocktails at PB Station, by the ultra-buzzy Pubbelly Restaurant Group
- Pawn Broker, one of Miami's best new bars, with a panoramic view of the downtown skyline
What To Know
- The property is brand new having just opened in April 2016
- Located within walking distance of downtown Miami's many restaurants, a Whole Foods and the metromover
- Free WiFi
- Babysitting, dry cleaning and valet are available for a fee
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Strike it rich at The Langford Hotel, the residence-style accommodations in the former Miami National Bank building (now on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places). Newly reopened, the 1925 Beaux-Arts boutique gem is offering some buzzworthy updates on top of the glam history. There’s a rooftop lounge, for starters, and the restaurant comes courtesy of Pubbelly Restaurant Group, one of the buzziest names in Miami gastronomy.
You’re in downtown Miami, which means you’re walking distance from Bayside Marketplace – one of TripAdvisor’s top 15 things to do in Miami – and an easy drive from all the best neighborhoods. Just south is Brickell, an increasingly popular nightlife spot, and beyond that is Coral Gables; South Beach is a breezy 15-minute ride over the causeway. In fact, you could say that it’s this location where the hotel’s financial history really shines. What with its sheer centrality, you’re basically guaranteed a staggering return on your hotel-stay investment.
The Deluxe Queen and slightly larger Premium Queen rooms are comfy and spacious, with neutral palettes and plush furnishings, paired with high-tech extras like 48-in. HDTVs (with premium channels) and complimentary Internet access. The modern design is residential-style, with a touch of elegance, befitting the building’s Beaux-Arts architecture.
With an American craft eatery and a rooftop bar and lounge, the hotel offers plenty of opportunities for you to chill after a day of exploring Miami. PB Station, the latest from acclaimed Pubbelly Restaurant Group, serves American- and Latin-inspired steaks, seafood, spirits and other craft fare with locally sourced produce. The chef is none other than four-time James Beard-nominated Jose Mendin, so you know your meal is in good hands. If you want to sit back and soak in the surrounding Downtown Miami skyline, on the other hand, Pawn Broker crafts you cocktails and serves you tasty tapas-style plates.
Downtown Miami is a mecca for fashion, art and food, and the hotel puts you in the heart of this glamorous destination. A coastal metropolis full of historic buildings and modern skyscrapers, the larger city also offers plenty in the way of upbeat, interesting neighborhoods, like Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne and the Design District – all an easy drive away. Experience the wide variety of cuisine, the shops (both high-end and boutique-style) and the urban-meets-tropical vibes, and hop over the causeway with ease, for a taste of the sizzling SoBe scene.
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Nice hotel room great bathroom very clean only down side is if you are staying over the weekend they have a disco on the roof top until 3am and the music is very loud and sleep is impossible. If you don’t want to join them I’d stay somewhere else
When trying to locate the hotel, you may find yourself driving around looking for the place SEVERAL times due to the fact that the building states "NATIONAL BANK" where the name of the hotel should be and the address spot states "HOTEL ROYAL" ???? After the THIRD time driving around the same block looking for the hotel, we noticed some purple flags high up on the building that were wrapped around flag sticks several times, almost to the point of being unreadable, and from there we made the inference that this could actually be the correct hotel, despite having 2 different names in the most prominent viewing areas. There wasn't a single place to pull up to valet and you could barely tell that there was valet at all. The only reason that would make you think that there had to be valet would be that there was absolutely no unloading area or parking garage, so how else are you supposed to stop your car to get your things out and actually walk into the building??? Upon STOPPING IN THE ROAD to check to see if someone would be able to valet the vehicle for us to get out and check in, we could see 5 homeless people on the steps to the entrance of the hotel. One of them was yelling and shouting. Why the hotel staff wouldn't have homeless people removed from the entrance - I have no idea. Especially homeless people screaming. Because we spent so much time trying to locate the hotel due to several misleading names on the property, because there wasn't any place to stop your vehicle to get out and unload your things, because there wasn't anyone at the valet or anyone trying to help you check into this place, because there wasn't any open available place to pull over and stop your car other than the middle of a downtown street, AND because of the homeless people on the steps to the entry of the hotel, I highly, highly, HIGHLY suggest that you decide to stay elsewhere. We did not stay here and we would not advise anyone else to. This area is not safe, the hotel is misleading, and the whole process of arriving to even get to check-in is not worth it.
Is an old hotel, good located with spacious bathroom. Nice breakfast. Clean room. Old towels. Polite personel. Nice amenities. Comfortable bed. Walking distance to marina and downtown. Beautiful furniture.
We stayed at the Eurostars Langford for 3 nights before we left on a cruise and have no complaints. The service was excellent, especially the friendly and helpful young ladies at the desk and the ones in the breakfast room. It was our first time in Miami and they gave us lots of tips on places to see and things to do. The hotel itself was beautiful, clean, and well situated being close to the cruise port and the wharf. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Great hotel. It’s close to everything downtown, great Italian and Greek restaurants nearby. Rooms were clean and well appointed for this price range. Booked through the hotel so they included breakfast. Excellent service in the lobby restaurant. A great way to start the day in Miami!