With views of Kensington Gardens, Italian style and exceptional service, each space at this venue offers you a relaxing haven. The Baglioni Hotel event spaces has easily host up to 150 people for corporate or private occasions. With an exciting new events space that can be hired for private parties, this is a venue that provides a unique option for luxury events in the capital.
Baglioni Hotel is a 5 star venue featuring deluxe Italian style and design. Its 67 rooms and suites enjoy exceptional views of Hyde Park and Kensington Palace. Guests here are only a stone's throw away from some of London's major highlights. These include the Royal Albert Hall, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the luxury shopping area of Knightsbridge.
The Baglioni Hotel event spaces boast glamorous décor and an elegant atmosphere, setting the stage for special dinners, meetings or intimate celebrations. The luxurious Kensington Suite on the lower ground floor is a private space for board meetings, private dinners, or training events. This space also has its own separate entrance, natural daylight and a capacity for 60 people theatre style.
The Brunello Lounge & Restaurant is a refined space offering contemporary Italian cuisine made from fresh, high-quality ingredients. Facing Kensington Gardens the restaurant is a stylish and versatile area with luxurious details.
The most exciting space at this venue however is Clubino. Clubino is the ideal venue for private parties, receptions and birthdays. In addition it enjoys its own private entrance and terrace. Clubino boats a glamorous décor with elegant booths and wall paintings inspired by London scenery. Guests at Clubino will enjoy authentic Italian food, including Mediterranean sharing plates and canapés. With the opportunity to have your own private DJ or live entertainment, an evening here is sure to be a memorable one.
The Baglioni Hotel London opened in 2004 as part of the Baglioni Hotel Collection Group. As well as being part of the Leading Small Hotels of the World, it is a symbol of Italian luxury and hospitality. The building itself dates to the Georgian period.