Luxury brand Bulgari Hotel and Resorts has announced its eighth property, scheduled to open in Paris in 2020.
The property will be located on Avenue George V, within the so-called Triangle d’Or – the area formed by the intersections of Avenue George V with the Champs Elysees and Avenue Montaigne.
Bulgari Hotel Paris will offer 76 rooms, which Bulgari says will be mainly suites, as well as a spa, 25-metre swimming pool, a restaurant and bar, and a courtyard garden.
The hotel will be jointly designed by Italian architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Parisian firm Valode and Pistre.
In a press release the group said that “The restyling of the building has been conceived as a transition to modernity: while both the use of the typical Parisian limestone and the respect of the ‘alignment’ criteria recall the 19th century Haussmanian urban patterns, the completely renewed façade evokes a rationalistic style that is an expression of the most contemporary architectural design”.
For our recent round-up of new and forthcoming hotels in the French capital, see:
Bulgari Hotels and Resorts was launched in 2001 as a joint venture between the luxury Italian brand and hotel group Marriott International. The brand’s first property opened in Milan in 2004, followed by Bali in 2006.
There was then a gap of six years before the group’s third hotel opened in London in 2012 (for a Tried and Tested review of the property published in 2013 click here).
Beijing and Dubai followed in 2017, with a Shanghai property set to open this year, and Moscow scheduled for 2020.