Puglia is becoming an increasingly popular destination for luxury hotels.
Following the recent landing of Four Seasons, another major transaction has been completed by Belmond. The company that is part of LVMH purchased Masseria Le Taverne, a 17th-century structure in Ostuni.
Belmond is already working with a local team to refurbish the complex and it is a very careful and delicate plan to preserve the architectural structure and character of the property.
We are custodians of a timeless heritage and we want to maintain the history of Masseria Le Taverne, the link with the local community and its relevance in the region
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Belmond underlines his long-term strategic vision
We want to become the most desirable luxury travel brand in the world. Part of this vision includes strategic expansion with the opening of unique ‘one of a kind’ properties, which join the current portfolio which is already rich in history and heritage
Le Taverne, which belonged to the family of Umberto Veronesi, the well-known oncologist who passed away in 2016, will probably become the first extra-luxury resort on the coast of the ‘white city’.