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The Langham, Gold Coast now boasts a hatted restaurant with T’Ang Court

The new jewel in Queensland’s luxury accommodation offerings just got even more luxurious.
By Dani Maher

Meet the newest Langham Hotel | SUPPLIED

QUEENSLAND’S GOLD COAST has reached new levels of luxury, with the new Langham Hotel officially celebrating the grand opening of all its services in entirety in November of 2022 — and just four months later, it now boasts a hatted restaurant.

T’Ang Court, located within the Langham, Gold Coast, is the most recently opened on the list of 23 Gold Coast venues to have received one Chef Hat in this year’s Australian Good Food Guide Chef Hat Awards. The Cantonese fine dining destination has quickly earned an impressive reputation as a mainstay in the local dining scene, with the Chef’s Hat recognising this achievement.

After formally welcoming first guests in June 2022, the hotel quietly opened an additional three guest experiences to in-house guests and locals, now unveiling the mix of luxury dining, bar and wellness offerings to the public as they officially open for business.

The signature feature of Langham hotels globally, the luxury Chuan Spa Gold Coast, is now open too. Welcoming bookings from November 23, the Chuan Spa offers an oasis of peaceful ambience with a range of treatments including facials, massages, scrubs and warps, hand and foot therapies, and beauty treatments, with each guided by traditional Chinese medicine and the Five Elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water.

All can now discover and enjoy T’ang Court, a signature Michelin-starred restaurant; Coral Moon, an open-air cocktail bar; and Chuan Spa, a peaceful and ambient location for holistic and indulgent wellness offerings guided by Traditional Chinese practises. These new additions join the existing line-up of lunch and dinner restaurant Akoya; Langham Afternoon Tea destination Palm Court; the central Lobby Bar; and 26&Sunny, a local hotspot for beachside coffee and food.

The hotel will be hosting a series of events to showcase their new dining offerings, including a grand opening gala function held in the Diamond Ballroom, supported by partners Porsche, BVLGARI and Moet, and welcoming special guests, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchcliffe and Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate.

The Chuan Spa | SUPPLIED
The Chuan Spa | SUPPLIED

T’ang Court, a Cantonese fine dining destination was one of the first offerings at the Langham to open in recent months. Inspired by China’s golden age — the Tang Dynasty — T’ang Court is internationally renowned and Michelin-starred in its sister restaurants across Asia. Presenting elevated culinary experiences, seasonal delicacies and exquisite flavours crafted with the finest local produce, the restaurant has become one of the most luxurious spots to dine on the Gold Coast.

The 80-seat destination features luxe furnishings and contemporary designs, with bespoke abstract art crafted by Australian-Chinese artist Lindi Li. The mouthwatering menu will feature such specialities as a three part ode to traditional Cantonese duck (Duck Pancake with Chef’s special hoi sin sauce, duck bun with lychee and raspberry sauce, with supplemental caviar, and sliced duck breast and leg accompanied with plum sauce); the delightful centuries-old delicacy of sauteed pearl meat with ginger, shallot and Asian greens; and a locally-inspired flavour explosion of spicy black tiger prawn with roasted garlic. Located on the third level of the Langham, reservations are now open from Wednesdays to Sundays each week.

T’Ang Court | SUPPLIED
T’Ang Court | SUPPLIED

The Langham, Gold Coast and Jewel Residences, occupies the tallest of three sky-scraping Jewel towers situated between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach — the first development with direct beachfront access built on the iconic shoreline in more than 30 years.

The grand hotel boasts 339 luxurious rooms split into 17 different room types, with breathtaking ocean and Hinterland views. It offers a new level of luxury to the Gold Coast with five-star amenities — think pool bars, a range of delightful food and beverage venues, and Chuan Spa, a holistic wellness concept embracing the healing philosophies of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Additionally, guests can expect a sophisticated and modern coastal palette across the rooms and suites, the signature Langham Ginger Flower fragrance, and artwork by internationally-renowned Australian sculptor and artist Camie Lyons.

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Offering a new level of luxury | SUPPLIED
The Langham occupies the central and tallest of three Jewel towers | SUPPLIED

“Opening our first beachfront property in one of the world’s most desirable travel destinations is an incredible milestone, giving Australians and international travellers a new luxury resort experience through The Langham lens,” said Jeffrey van Vorsselen, Regional Vice President, Operations — Pacific & South East Asia. 

“The Gold Coast is a rich and diverse landscape which offers everything from rainforest adventure and golden beaches to vineyards and farmers markets which we want to introduce to our guests travelling for leisure or business.” 

Bookings are now open, if you’re eager to take up the venue’s exciting welcome offer — including a guaranteed ocean view, complimentary buffet breakfast for two, and welcome cocktails upon arrival. Perfect for a refreshing and rejuvenating weekend away — book it in here.

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