Italy: Global hotel company Langham Hospitality Group has begun work on The Langham, Venice, which is due to open in 2026.
UK: Langham Hospitality Group has announced the appointment of Bob van den Oord as chief operating officer, a newly created position at the company. Van den Oord will report directly to chief executive Stefan Leser, and will support the company’s hotel operations and core business functions across four continents. At
China: Operator Langham Hospitality Group (LHG) has signed a management agreement with Parkland Group for a new-build property The Langham, Foshan, set to open in 2028.
Hong Kong: Langham Hospitality Group has signed a management agreement to launch the second hotel under its millennial lifestyle brand Ying’nFlo in Admiralty, Hong Kong.
Worldwide: Luxury hotel company Langham Hospitality Group has promoted its regional VP of EMENA, Bob van den Oord, to chief executive officer.
China: Langham Hospitality Group’s latest brand, Ying’nFlo, has launched with an upper midscale hotel in Wanchai, Hong Kong.
AUS: Langham Hospitality Group is to open its third property in Australia this year, located on the beachfront in Surfers Paradise. The Langham, Gold Coast will feature 169 rooms and suites. It has been developed by AW Holding Group with architecture by DBI Design and interiors by Studio Aria. Langham
Worldwide: Langham Hospitality Group (LHG) has welcomed back Brett Butcher as CEO following his leave of the company in 2014. Butcher, who led LHG between 2009 and 2014, moved into a directorial role in an Australian wine business before becoming CEO of Great Eagle Hospitality Asset Management in 2017 –
Indonesia: Scheduled to open in September 2021, Tom’s by chef Tom Aikens will launch at The Langham Jakarta. Located on the 62nd floor of the hotel, the restaurant will serve a British and French influenced menu. The opening will mark Aikens’ first in Southeast Asia. An à la carte Gueridon
Italy: Langham Hospitality Group has announced its first property in Italy, located on the Venetian Lagoon on the island of Murano. The 138-key hotel will be housed in the former Casino Mocenigo. Milan-based architecture and design studio Matteo Thun & Partners will oversee the renovation, which will showcase an outdoor