The Baglioni Hotels & Resorts group recently announced the opening of Casa Baglioni for the fourth quarter of this year. The property, located in the Brera district, boasts 30 rooms and suites, a living area, a restaurant signed by the starred chef Claudio Sadler and a wine cellar.
The announcement marks the group’s return to the Milanese destination, after the exit, which took place in 2020, from the management of the Carlton hotel, today run by Rocco Forte.
Casa Baglioni will be affiliated to The Leading Hotels of the World network, a network that already has 4 additional Baglioni structures in its portfolio of affiliations.
The novelty follows the inauguration last year of the Baglioni Resort Sardegna, and the opening in May of the Apulian Baglioni Masseria Muzza.
Milan, with 23 5-star hotels and 2,708 keys to the category, is one of the main destinations of the luxury hotel segment in Italy.
Milan is also among the top Italian destinations for the number of new luxury openings in the coming years. In fact, the Milanese luxury segment between new openings, upgrading, conversions and rebranding operations will experience a very substantial increase in the luxury offer in the next two years with +11 hotels for +957 keys in the category, of which over 90% belonging to a the chain.
For 2023, the Rocco Forte group also plans to inaugurate the Rocco Forte House Milan complex, an all-suite hotel with 11 units.