Casa Baglioni unveils opening date for Milan location (IT)

Casa Baglioni unveils opening date for Milan location (IT)

Casa Baglioni will open its doors on 16 January 2023 in the elegant Brera district, the artistic heart of Milan, in an Art Nouveau palazzo from 1913 on the corner of Via dei Giardini and Via Fatebenefratelli. Designed by Milanese architects Spagnulo & Partners, the spaces at Casa Baglioni draw inspiration from the art and design of 1960s Milan, a milieu marked by a historic coming-together of artists, designers, architects and avant-garde movements intent on a cross-pollination among different disciplines.


The hotel will offer 30 colourful, luminous rooms and suites, a 40-seat restaurant with 1 Michelin star by Chef Claudio Sadler – relocated to Casa Baglioni from its current address on Via Ascanio Sforza – plus a sophisticated wine cellar, a summer rooftop bar, and a fully equipped fitness area. There are 7 varieties of rooms and suites, all embellished by pieces of fine Italian craftsmanship from the "Cromie domestiche" collection by artist Gala Rotelli, inspired by the art and design of '60s Milan. The Superior and Deluxe rooms (with and without balcony), the Junior Suites with Terrace, the Deluxe and Terrace Suites, and the 2-bedroom Family Suites offer an exclusive stay amid supreme comfort in Brera, the city's artistic heart.


In addition, the 4 Top Suites celebrate the Milan of Giò Ponti and other great artists, architects and designers of the time. At 60 and 67 sqm respectively, the Leonardo and Milano Suites vaunt superb views of the Milan skyline from the 5th and 6th floors. Then the 113m² Brera Presidential Suite, with a magnificent private terrace spanning 26m², and the Montenapoleone Signature Suite (108m² on the 6th floor) feature glorious floor-to-ceiling windows for admiring the city to full effect.


"Casa Baglioni will be an elegant, sophisticated Milan penthouse for all its guests, an immersive journey in the art and design of 1960s Milan, an intimate encounter with masterpieces by great Italian and international artists from Castellani and Bonalumi to Paolini, Gastel and Imhof, kindly loaned by the Stefano Cecci Trust Collection, and objects of Italian manufacturing design", commented a proud Guido Polito, Group CEO since 2011. 

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