Bulgari Hotels and Resorts is set to open its long-awaited Paris property on December 2.
Bulgari Hotel Paris will be located at 30 Avenue George V in the city’s eighth arrondissement and has been designed by Italian architecture studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel – the firm behind the group’s other properties.
The hotel offers 76 rooms, of which 76 per cent are suites, with terraces and loggias. Interiors feature luxury furniture along with artwork and photographs of celebrities associated with the Rome-based jewellery house. The two-level Bulgari Penthouse covers 1,000 sqm (400 sqm interiors and 600 sqm exteriors) and includes a fully landscaped hanging garden.
Dining venues include Il Ristorante – Niko Romito by three Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito, offering a blend of modern and classic Italian dishes, and the adjacent Bulgari Bar, which faces the hotel garden. The Lounge next door features plush armchairs, a large fireplace and a ceiling inspired by a Bulgari minaudière.
Further facilities include a fitness space from Workshop Gymnasium which includes a private studio, and a 1,300 sqm two-level spa with a 25-metre pool.
Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of Bulgari, commented:
“We are particularly proud to add a French jewel to the Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts collection, the opening of the new Bvlgari Hotel Paris. Following the recent opening of the Bvlgari flagship store in Place Vendome, it is an honour for us to bring, once again, the best of the Italian design, lifestyle, culture and luxury hospitality to Paris.”
Bulgari Hotels and Resorts already boasts properties in Milan, Bali, London, Beijing, Dubai and Shanghai, and is set to open further hotels in Rome and Moscow next year, followed by Tokyo in 2023, Miami in 2024, and Los Angeles in 2025.