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Langham Hospitality Group announced today a new hotel in Venice which is scheduled to open in 2023. The Langham, Venice will add new luster to the group’s collection as its first property in Italy.
With its direct frontage on the Venetian Lagoon, the 138-key hotel is located on the island of Murano, long revered for its centuries-old tradition of glass making. The Langham, Venice will be housed in the former Casino Mocenigo which can trace its legacy to the early 1600s. The historic building is an important illustration of Venetian architecture enriched by important frescoes with classical themes dedicated to music, poetry and love.
“Venice remains one of the world’s leading leisure destinations and we are delighted to have found such an exceptional site on which to develop our first hotel in Italy,” says Stefan Leser, chief executive officer of Langham Hospitality Group. “The Langham, Venice will provide an exclusive leisure experience that blends the finest elements of the local Venetian culture and heritage with personalized intuitive service that are the hallmarks of The Langham luxury experience.”
Milan-based architecture and design studio Matteo Thun & Partners, known for embracing sustainability ideals and aesthetic simplicity, has been appointed to oversee the extensive renovations at The Langham, Venice. Design inspiration for the guest rooms and public spaces will incorporate modern amenities and inspired from the splendid details in the hotel’s rich history, resplendent frescoes, and breathtaking water views from its desirable lagoon frontage. A defining architectural feature of The Langham is the magnificent courtyard which will showcase the outdoor swimming pool and manicured garden as well as inviting outdoor dining spaces.
When the hotel opens, guests may look forward to two restaurants serving a selection of cuisines and a cooking school where guests can learn the art of fine Italian cuisine. Alfresco bars, one of which will be located on the rooftop, will set the scene for social celebrations, large and small.