The Langham Venice will bring together the concept of modern luxury with an authentic Venetian heritage in a restyling project, which will become a new landmark in the area. In the lagoon, on Murano island, the hotel will have 133 rooms, of which 30 suites. The Renaissance buildings overlooking the lagoon will be completely restored. Italian architects from the Matteo Thun & Partners studio are renovating the original frescoes of the casino of the XVI century and redeveloping the buildings of the 16th-century glass factory.
The island of Murano is of exceptional cultural value, where the Venetian Renaissance architecture coexists with the modernity of the furnaces for working glass. A unique mix of old and new on this historic island. Contemporary touches that celebrate Murano’s glassmaking heritage will be in all 133 rooms and suites. There will be an open-air restaurant and an exclusive rooftop bar and events can take place in the enchanting central courtyard with meeting spaces both inside and outside with an enchanting view of the lagoon.