Baglioni Hotels & Resorts is delighted to announce its latest addition: Casa Baglioni has opened in Milan's design district of Brera. The hotel is home to the Michelin-starred restaurant of Milanese celebrity chef Claudio Sadler.
With Casa Baglioni, the Italian luxury hotel group is opening a city hotel in the heart of one of the most beautiful corners of Milan. The elegant hotel is located in the Brera district, known as the artists' quarter, and is just a stone's throw away from the city's trendiest boutiques, art galleries and cocktail bars. The hotel is inspired by the art and design world of the 1960s and comprises 30 suites and rooms, a lounge, an impressive wine cellar and the Michelin-starred Milanese restaurant by top chef Claudio Sadler.
Design pearl in the design district The art and design of 1960s Milan provided the inspiration for the rooms designed by Italian architects Spagnulo & Partners. Color and lighting interact in a particularly harmonious way. Herringbone wood floors, matt walnut paneling and brass details, together with the matching fabrics and carpets, lend the house the soft clarity and dynamism typical of Italian design. Simple and linear forms play a special role here, with akaleidoscope of art In the rooms of Casa Baglioni, works of art by important Italian and international artists catch the eye. These include, for example, the works "Superficie Bianca" (2003) by Enrico Castellani, "Running Fence" (1974) by Christo, "Assedio Rosso" (1955) by Carla Accardi, "Bianco" by Agostino Bonalumi and various works by Hans Hartung. Time and again, the house surprises with sophisticated design accents, such as the lighting designed by Panzeri, wallpaper by Rubelli, fabrics by Dedar and taps and fittings by Zucchetti. Jewelry designer Gala Rotelli also contributes to the artistic flair of Casa Baglioni with her handmade pieces in metal, glass and ceramic.
Milanese master chef None other than Claudio Sadler has been hired to be responsible for the entire culinary area. The top Milanese chef has moved his restaurant from Via Ascanio Sforza to Casa Baglioni. The restaurant has a separate entrance so that not only hotel guests can enjoy the exclusive, regional cuisine. From modern lunches to elegant dinner creations accompanied by a variety of award-winning wines, the 36-seat Sadler Restaurant offers guests an exclusive yet informal atmosphere. Sadler knows how to combine traditional dishes with contemporary culinary creativity, surprising guests time and time again. In the elegant wine cellar, 850 different renowned wines are available for and hospitality As the name suggests, Casa Baglioni - a new member of the select circle of The Leading Hotels of the World - positions itself as a symbol of Italian hospitality. The personalized service combined with the countless possibilities of unforgettable experiences will delight all fans of Italy. "I am delighted and proud to return to Milan with our properties; an important destination for our collection, and I am confident that it will delight all travelers who love Italian style," comments Guido Polito, CEO of Baglioni Hotels & Resorts, on the new opening. Casa Baglioni offers seven different types of accommodation - from superior rooms to the 113 m² Brera Presidential Suite with floor-to-ceiling windows, private terrace and large living area. Art, culture and cuisine Guests at Casa Baglioni can discover the lesser-known corners and special features of the Brera district on private tours organized by the hotel. During a walk, they immerse themselves in the history of the district and experience places and protagonists of Milanese art, such as one of the oldest Italian academies of fine arts, the Museo del Novecento or Piero Manzoni's courtyard. The hotel also arranges meetings with contemporary artists based in Brera. A culinary journey through the district is just as possible as a detour into the history of Italian architecture and design at Artemide, Pirellone and Parco Sempione.