Piedmont, Italy

Casa di Langa

Sustainable luxury in a traditional setting

A working vineyard surrounded by Piedmont’s stunning rolling hills

With breathtaking views of the beautiful countryside, Casa di Langa is a place of perfect tranquillity. Located in a hamlet between the Barolo, Barbaresco and Alta Langa wine-making regions, this is not only a luxury hotel, but the perfect spot to discover the region’s exceptional wines. Sustainability is at the very core of Casa di Langa, from a commitment to carbon neutrality to the use of 100% recycled water for irrigation – both guests and the environment are cared for here.

There are 39 rooms and suites within the hotel, spanning 6 different categories. Each room category offers comfort, elegance and a chance to connect to the natural surroundings through large picture windows and the sustainable, natural materials used in the decor and design. Neutral tones and a paired back, yet luxurious, theme runs throughout the hotel, only adding the feeling of calm and space.

The hotel welcomes guests to try new things with plenty of different activities on offer; particularly surrounding food and wine. The hotel not only boasts its own gourmet restaurant but also an atmospheric bar, breakfast room, wine academy and cooking classes.

For those hoping to relax even more, then a visit to the spa is recommended. Here, therapies and treatments compliment the sauna and jacuzzi which are set within the dedicated wellness area. There’s also a gym for those who wish to keep active during their stay. Outside the hotel has its own exceptional heated infinity pool surrounded by a large area of relaxing sun loungers and of course the wonderful views of Piedmont’s rolling hills.




Wellness area and gym

Outdoor heated infinity pool


Wine academy

Cooking classes

Access to golf


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Six Senses Rome
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Masseria Torre Maizza
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