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Osteria 60 at Baglioni London

Wine and dine at Baglioni London’s new Osteria 60 restaurant and gaze at its stunningly restyled Lobby.

The Baglioni London has been refreshed and replenished, thanks to some fantastic new changes implemented in May. The hotel unveiled their magnificently redesigned Lobby and common areas, as well as the addition of the new elegant Osteria 60 restaurant.

Located on the ground floor of the hotel is the Italian restaurant, designed after traditional Milanese trattorias of the 1950s. The design creates an experience and mood that instantly transports the diners and guests to enchanting Milan. And what better way to bring Milan to London than to enlist the help of people who know the city the most; Milanese interior design firm Spagnulo & Partners. The firm took inspiration from traditional design yet reinterpreted it with a contemporary edge. The firm implements clean-cut lines and lavish furniture to create the most luxurious backdrop to delectable cuisine. The restaurant serves Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner – serving classic and contemporary Italian dishes lovingly made by renowned Chef, Ivan Simeoli. Indulge in a delicious meal while overlooking the charming Kensington Gardens, all the while surrounded by textured gold walls and decadent bronze pendants. It’s the ultimate luxury.

The new and improved Lobby has been restyled as open-plan, connecting the reception and the Osteria 60 restaurant. There are two different entrances for hotel and restaurant guests, allowing guests of the hotel to feel more at home, while restaurant goers can easily drop by for an evening of opulence.

The hotel can be found opposite Kensington Palace, making it the ideal location to conveniently enjoy a leisurely trip to the Gardens and the Palace. Just a few minutes walk from High Street Kensington, guests are able to easily explore London’s cultural and historical locations such as the Royal Albert Hall and the National History Museum.

Osteria 60 at Baglioni London

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