Casa Baglioni opens in the heart of the Brera district
Baglioni Hotels & Resorts has officially opened its latest Milanese hotel, Casa Baglioni, in the design district of Brera – an area known as the ‘artists’ district’ for its timeless charm and considered the most beautiful in Milan. With spaces that draw inspiration from the art and design world of 1960s Milan, the hotel is a stone’s throw from the city’s best luxury boutiques, art galleries, antique markets and chic cocktail bars. The property houses 30 suites and guest rooms, a living area, an impressive wine cellar and a destination restaurant by Michelin-starred Chef Claudio Sadler.
As its name suggests, Casa Baglioni – a new member of the prestigious partner network The Leading Hotels of the World – is positioned as an emblem of Italian hospitality excellence. “Being known as a brand for having hotels across Italy’s major art cities, I am so pleased and proud to return to Milan, an essential destination for our collection.”, commented Guido Polito, Group CEO. “As well as being a hot spot during Milan Fashion Weeks, Casa Baglioni Milan will offer exceptional food & beverage and a carefully curated program of cultural experiences that showcase the best of the Brera district, the Italian spirit and culture”.
Art & Design
Casa Baglioni offers 30 stylish guest rooms and suites, each designed by Milanese architects Spagnulo & Partners. The spaces are embellished with major artworks by famous Italian and international artists including “’Superficie Bianca” (2003) by Enrico Castellani, “Running Fence” (1974) by Christo, “Assedio Rosso” (1955) by Carla Accardi, “Bianco” by Agostino Bonalumi and various artwork from the 1960s by Hans Hartung.
Intricate design details include lighting designed by Panzeri, wallpaper by Rubelli, fabrics by Dedar and taps and fittings by Zucchetti. The hotel also features pieces from the designer Gala Rotelli’s “Cromie domestiche” collection, a symphony of metalwork, colorful glass, and hand-decorated craft ceramics in simple, archetypal forms with vivid primary and secondary color.
Casa Baglioni offers 7 different types of accommodation – from Superior Rooms steeped in the spirit of ’60s Milan and its art and design, to the 1,216 sqft Brera Presidential Suite, starring floor-to-ceiling windows, a private terrace and living area.
Food & Beverage
The Casa Baglioni cuisine will be headed by stellar Italian Chef, Claudio Sadler, who has moved his current Milanese restaurant, Restaurant Sadler, and its Michelin star, to Casa Baglioni. A celebrated figure in the international gourmet scene, Sadler Restaurant will combine his sophisticated philosophy with exclusive culinary masterpieces – from modern lunches to elegant dinner creations – accompanied by a variety of prestigious wines. Seating 36, its exclusive, intimate location will showcase local traditional dishes and contemporary culinary creativity. The F&B offering also includes an elegant wine cellar for tastings, with a selection of 850 prestigious Italian and international labels to delight even the most demanding of palates.
Guests of Casa Baglioni can discover the hidden corners and wonders of the Brera District with private tours organized by the hotel. Experience A walk through Brera Art and History, and discover the places and protagonists of Milanese art, including a visit to one of the oldest Italian academies Brera Academy of Fine Arts, the Museo del Novecento, Piero Manzoni’s courtyard and meet artists who work within the Brera district. Discover the works of Gio Ponti with the In the footsteps of Gio Ponti tour and delve into the history of Italian architecture and design at Artemide, the Pirellone and Parco Sempione. Food lovers can opt for the Taste of Brera tour and explore the signature flavors of the district with exclusive tastings of gastronomic products and a visit to Milan’s liveliest and most historic open-air markets.
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