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The Langley - Luxury Collection, Iver Heath, United Kingdom [Master Thread]

The Langley - Luxury Collection, Iver Heath, United Kingdom [Master Thread]

Old Aug 4, 19, 10:49 am
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I'm pleased to share that the outdoor pool has now opened. Great for pretending you are a Russian oligarch for the weekend



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Old Aug 4, 19, 4:49 pm
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And a lovely pool it is too, I had a very nice mid-afternoon dip in there today.

This property seems to be sorting out its opening issues. We had 2 rooms for the night and all the tech worked fine. Bed supremely comfy and great suite upgrade on my 2 redemption rooms. Cedar restaurant has beautiful views and great food that’s attractively priced. Service throughout is exemplary, formal to my in-laws who like it that way, more friendly and personable to me.

Having said that suddenly I’m being repeatedly cut off from their WiFi. Hopefully it’ll be ironed out soon.

Great value for points. Upgrades elites. Great staff and oligarch-friendly outdoor pool!
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Old Aug 4, 19, 5:30 pm
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Originally Posted by BrightlyBob View Post
oligarch-friendly outdoor pool!
I am dying to know what qualifies as oligarch-friendly.
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Old Aug 8, 19, 11:50 am
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There is some good award availability these days here. Booked myself a little August bank holiday getaway this week.
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Old Dec 7, 19, 1:32 pm
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It seems the hotel has only loaded rates through the summer although most Marriott hotels can be booked through 11/21.

Do Lurkers have any idea when that will be updated?
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Old Dec 8, 19, 6:00 pm
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I contacted the hotel directly with regard to reward space & they confirmed that the dates were available (after a little back & forth) even though it wasn't showing on Marriott.com. Shortly thereafter the availability opened up online too.
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Old Dec 8, 19, 11:42 pm
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Originally Posted by NoY View Post
I contacted the hotel directly with regard to reward space & they confirmed that the dates were available (after a little back & forth) even though it wasn't showing on Marriott.com. Shortly thereafter the availability opened up online too.

For November 2020?

I still see zero

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Old Dec 9, 19, 2:17 am
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Originally Posted by damon88 View Post
It seems the hotel has only loaded rates through the summer although most Marriott hotels can be booked through 11/21.

Do Lurkers have any idea when that will be updated?

We are pleased to check for you if you could PM us your name, contact way and stay period.

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Old Dec 9, 19, 3:41 am
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Originally Posted by damon88 View Post
For November 2020?

I still see zero

No. For my dates! I was explaining what was [email protected]:-)

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Old Jan 3, 20, 2:08 pm
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Any recent upgrade experiences for titaniumís?
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Old Jan 3, 20, 3:43 pm
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Any recent upgrade experiences for titaniumís?
Titanium - I've had two, one night, stays here in the past six weeks.

First was upgraded to a Junior Suite in the main house. This was a great room on the top floor, not really a suite in that it was all one room, but felt special.

Second was upgraded to a deluxe room in the Brew House.

Both occasions were point stays, I queried the second stay as there were room classes including suites showing available on the website on check-in day however was told that rooms were being ring fenced for an event starting early the next day and the website wasn't reflecting this.
I didn't push it.

On both occasions there was a welcome gift of fruit and macrons in the room.

Both rooms were great and I am a big fan of the hotel and grounds.
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Old Jan 3, 20, 6:52 pm
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Originally Posted by doug_s_2020 View Post
Titanium - I've had two, one night, stays here in the past six weeks.

First was upgraded to a Junior Suite in the main house. This was a great room on the top floor, not really a suite in that it was all one room, but felt special.

Second was upgraded to a deluxe room in the Brew House.

Both occasions were point stays, I queried the second stay as there were room classes including suites showing available on the website on check-in day however was told that rooms were being ring fenced for an event starting early the next day and the website wasn't reflecting this.
I didn't push it.

On both occasions there was a welcome gift of fruit and macrons in the room.

Both rooms were great and I am a big fan of the hotel and grounds.
Do you know if a full complimentary breakfast provided to Titaniums & Platinums here? Thx.
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Old Jan 4, 20, 9:07 am
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Elite breakfast was continental and was a reasonable selection of good quality items.
The cheesecake as part of the breakfast was an unusual but nice option

Tea and coffee are included but specialty coffee is chargeable, although I got a cappuccino free of charge last time.

Personally I felt the breakfast was decent enough but not really luxury.
Because the hotel is small there isn't a huge variety of options

There is an a la carte menu which has to be paid for, the service charge on top was excessive and put me off ordering on the second stay.
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Old Jan 4, 20, 9:36 am
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you can upgrade to the al a carte items for the difference from the continental (around 8 for full English)
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Old Jan 4, 20, 9:52 am
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Originally Posted by jamesie_version1 View Post
you can upgrade to the al a carte items for the difference from the continental (around 8 for full English)
Didn't know that, thanks for mentioning.
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