Baglioni Hotels was created in 1974, when Roberto Polito built his first establishment in Punta Ala, Tuscany: the Baglioni Resort Cala del Porto. Working with his wife, Lisa, he developed a unique brand of hospitality and guest experience, an exploration of Italian style through its culture and varied traditions. This concept grew into a Collection of 7 exclusive hotels, most in period buildings in the historical centres of Europe’s greatest locations of art, in Italy, France and in the heart of London, and 2 resorts. The Collection now has a new prestigious addition, the Baglioni Resort Maldives, offering typically Italian luxury and hospitality in a sublime, unspoilt natural setting.
This week we look to Baglioni’s Rome property. Situated on the prized Via Veneto, a stone’s throw from the Villa Borghese, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti, the famous fashion street, one could not want for a better location than the one occupied by The Baglioni Hotel Regina.
The jewel in their crown is the new 560 sqm Roman Penthouse Suite with a giant terrace with outdoor hot tub pool (and 360-degree views stretching from the Sistine Chapel to the Colosseum), three bedrooms, four bathrooms, private concierge, barman, private chef and driver.
Sala Veneto – up to 40 people
Sala Colonna – up to 50 people
Sala Borghese – up to 80 people
Café Baglioni – for informal meetings
Brunello Bar & Restaurant – with its exclusive independent entrance on Via Veneto, welcomes clients to a unique atmosphere which unites traditional Italian elegance with contemporary design, in the heart of Rome.
Baglioni Hotels will be attending inVOYAGE 2017.