The new properties will be in Wade Park in Frisco, Texas; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and San Francisco, California.
Two of the hotels will be under the Langham Place flag while the third will be under The Langham brand.
The Langham, Bishop’s Lodge in Santa Fe will open in spring 2018 and is a remake of the historic resort, with a multi-million dollar renovation.
Located in the foothills of New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo range of the Rocky Mountains, it will be Langham’s first resort in the US, and will feature stables and trails for horse riding.
The historic resort was first opened for guests in the 1920s, but dates back to the 1870s.
The renovation will include the demolition and complete re-modelling of existing rooms and public areas, as well as new construction to expand the hotel to 139 rooms and suites.
Langham Place, Wade Park, located in Frisco, Texas will open in early 2018 as part of the $1.6 billion Wade Park development.
The 35-storey building will be designed by 5G Studio Collaborative in Dallas, with 250 rooms over 25 hotel floors along with 10 floors of residences.
The hotel will have a rooftop pool deck, full-service bar and courtyard and a full-service Chuan Body + Soul spa, including a Langham hallmark - treatments based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Langham Place, San Francisco will be part of the $4.5 billion Transbay Transit Center Project in the downtown area, pitched as the “Grand Central Station of the West”.
The main project is set for completion later this year, encompassing 11 separate local and regional transit systems, but the Langham Place, San Francisco won’t open until 2019.
Robert Warman, chief executive officer of Langham Hospitality Group, said: “Our brand awareness among luxury travellers has never been stronger. With these three new additions, we will continue to offer our guests a diversity of experiences in North America.”
Langham Hotels and Resorts is one of several brands under Langham Hospitality Group, which also includes the Cordis and Eaton brands and group-wide there are more than 30 projects under development in Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.