Great Eagle used the "Langham" brand to rebadge a number of hotels in its portfolio, thus creating the "Langham Hospitality Group".Great Eagle has subsequently purchased further hotels and rebadged them as "Langham" hotels.
In 1990, following a reorganisation, Great Eagle Holdings Limited, incorporated in Bermuda, became the listed holding company of Great Eagle in place of The Great Eagle Company Limited.
Eaton Hotels, also in Hong Kong and China, represents the third and more accessible The hotel chain operates three Michelin-star Chinese restaurants, T'ang Court in The Langham, Hong Kong, and two-star Ming Court in Langham Place Hotel.
Both sets of ratings were received in the 2013 Hong Kong and Macau edition of the Michelin Guide.
Langham Hotels International is wholly owned by the Great Eagle Group, one of Hong Kong's leading property companies, which was founded in 1963 and is now listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
The Langham Hospitality Group claims a history that dates back to 1865, when The Langham in London opened as the then-largest building in London and Europe's first 'Grand Hotel'.