Casa di Langa

Contemporary, Sustainable

Localita Talloria 1, Cerretto Langhe 12050

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At a Glance

Casa di Langa is five-star, contemporary-style resort overlooking the hills of Piedmont.

Indagare Loves

  • The outdoor pool looking out over the vines
  • The luxe bathrooms, stocked with Le Labo toiletries
  • The hotel library bar, with indoor and outdoor seating with heat lamps, a perfect spot for Aperitivo (the Alta Langa Spritz and the Smoked White Negroni were particular favorites!)


Casa di Langa was built to disappear into the landscape. In the village of Cerreto Langhe, near the region’s Barolo wineries, it has beautiful views of the surrounding hills, showcasing the vines, hazelnut groves and villages of the Langhe.

Two Milan-based design teams worked on this project: GaS studio on the architecture and Parisotto + Formenton Architetti on the interiors. Casa di Langa’s 39 comfortable rooms (12 of which are suites) showcase a modern and contemporary in design, done in a neutral color palette with Le Labo toiletries and Dyson blow dryers in the bathrooms. Some rooms have terraces with views of the vineyards surrounding the hotel. Around the property’s equally sleek public spaces, you will find a fine art collection highlighting notable Italian and American artists. The entire resort operates sustainably thanks to solar panels, geothermal heating and 100% recycled water for irrigation.

There is one restaurant on-property offering breakfast and lunch. For dinner, it turns into the fine-dining restaurant, Faula, which means “tale” in Piedmontese and pays homage to the Langhe’s tradition of spending quality time together after a hard day of work. The menu is innovative while simultaneously celebrating traditional cuisine, using ingredients from the hotel’s garden. There is also a beautiful hotel bar by reception for aperitivo, a lovely spa and an outdoor swimming pool.

Note: As a new hotel, Casa di Langa still has work to do on improving the general level of service it provides guests.

Who Should Stay

Couples and families who love clean-cut, contemporary accommodations and a resort-like property in an excellent location for exploring Piedmont. Those looking for a traditional sense of place will prefer one of the region’s more historic hotels.

Written by Kathryn Nathanson

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