Langham Hotels’ Scent Ginger Flower
Langham Hotels’ Scent Ginger Flower is an inspiring and fresh airy notes bring Ginger, Citrus, Green Petals, Freesia and Rose to life with a slight Musk, with top notes of Aldehydes, Citrus; mid notes of Green Petals, Freesia, Rose; and Amber, Musk.
Ingredients: Ginger, Citrus, Green Petals, Rose, Freesia, Amber
The Langham was designed by John Giles and built between 1863 and 1865 at a cost of £300,000, equivalent to £28,894,631 in 2019. It was then the largest and most modern hotel in the city, featuring a hundred water closets, thirty-six bathrooms and the first hydraulic lifts in England. The opening ceremony on 10 June 1865 was performed by the Prince of Wales. The original hotel on the site was built by General Marshall C. Wentworth, a US Civil War veteran, and designed by Charles Frederick Whittlesey in the Spanish Mission Revival-style. It opened in February 1907 as the Hotel Wentworth, but the structure was only partially complete, with the first four stories finished and a temporary roof. The hotel's completion had been delayed due to a shortage of construction crews caused by rebuilding in San Francisco following the 1906 earthquake. Heavy rains that year kept away prospective guests, and the Wentworth closed in July 1907 after its first season.