Piedmont’s Newest Luxury Sustainable Hotel, Casa di Langa, Debuting Spring 2021
By : | February 5, 2021
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Casa di Langa is dedicated to providing luxury through sustainability, caring for both their guests and the environment.

The Langhe, hilly area found in the Piedmont region in Northern Italy, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014 to protect its unique vineyard landscape. This territory, characterised by the gentle rolling hills, produces excellent wines such as Barolo, as well as being home to the highest quality varieties of truffles in the world. It is precisely in this evocative landscape that the recent project of a sustainable luxury resort, Casa di Langa, comes to life.

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Overlooking 100-plus acres of working vineyards and hills, the 39-room hotel combines traditional Piedmontese design with sustainable practices. Guests can expect a commitment to carbon neutrality, the use of 100 percent recycled water for irrigation, geothermal heating throughout, zero single-use plastic, PV cells and solar panels.

The hotel’s Faula Ristorante, serving dishes with ingredients from sustainable agriculture and conservation practices, is helmed by chef Manuel Bouchard.

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Each accommodation features a large private terrace, a relaxation area and a bathroom with rain showers and Le Labo toiletries. Activities at the property include cruising through the vineyards on a Vespa, cooking lessons, truffle hunting, a wine academy and art tours.

The Art Collection at Casa di Langa includes a selection of paintings  and  sculptures  located both within the property and in the surrounding land. All rooms have a large  private terrace ,  relaxation area  and a bathroom with invigorating rain showers and relaxing Le Labo bath products.

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Everything will be designed and built as an eco-friendly space From the commitment to carbon neutrality to the use of  100% recycled water for irrigation, from geothermal and photovoltaic systems functional to heating, to the operational goal of zero use disposable plastic.