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Bulgari Hotels and Resorts announces the opening of the Bulgari Hotel Paris. This new hotel experience blends the excellence of Italian culture with the refinement of the City of Lights. 

‘We are particularly proud to add our joyau français to the collection of Bulgari Hotels and Resorts by opening the Bulgari Hotel Paris. After the recent opening of the Paris flagship store at Bulgari Place Vendôme, it is a true honour to again bring to Paris the best of design, the art of living, of culture, and of Italian luxury hotels.’’ Said Jean Christophe Babin, CEO of Bulgari.

Hotel director, Sylvain Ercoli, who has directed some of the most prestigious hotels in the world, such as the Ritz, and the Geroge V in Paris, the Martinez in Cannes, and also Claridges and the Bulgari hotel in London, added, ‘I’m delighted to be at the head of the Bulgari Hotel in Paris and to open the doors of this new Bulgari jewel. I’m equally eager to lead an international team, offering impeccable service.’

It is is the latest creation of the collection of Bulgari Hotel and Resorts, already including hotels in Milan, Bali, London, Pékin, Dubai and Shanghai with additional to be added in Rome (2022) Moscow (2022) Tokyo (2023) Miami (2024) and Los Angeles (2025) 

At the heart of the famous Golden Triangle of Paris, the Bulgari Hotel Paris is a unique experience which considers visitors to the city, and equally Parisians themselves. Breaking the codes of the traditional Parisian architecture, the elegant building of the Bulgari Hotel Paris enriches the 8th arrondissement with its contemporary styles. 

In the footsteps of its already established sister hotels, the Bulgari hotel Paris has been designed by the Italian Architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. The indoor and outdoor space have been considered with the same attention to detail and the same precision given to any Bulgari creation, underlining the codes of the establishment originally developed by the Roman Jewellery House. 

Boasting 76 rooms, of which 75% are suites with their own terraces and balconies. Each room has been designed like a private apartment, furnished with care, using high quality, luxury fittings. Works of arts, and portraits of famous celebrities and friends and family of the House of Bulgari add a personal touch.

Situated on the roof, the Bulgari Penthouse marks the peak of this philosophy. Set on two floors and with a surface area of more than 1000 m2 of which 400m2 is interior, and 600m2 is exterior, the Bulgari penthouse boasts a roof garden entirely landscaped and flowering with Mediterranean plants and fruit bearing trees and that offer panoramic views on the iconic monuments of the French capital. 

‘Il RistoranteNiko Romito ‘ headed by the 3 Michelin Starred chef, Romito, is the restaurant offering, blending classic and modern Italian cuisine, using only the finest ingredients, essential to the culture of elegance and vitality of Italy 

Adjacent to the restaurant, the Bulgari bar  exuberates the spirit of the house. Opening on to the garden, it is set to become the destination of choice in the West of Paris. Residing beside it is the Lounge, with deep armchairs, an imposing fireplace and a platform inspired by a Bulgari evening clutch, which lends itself to all kinds of meetings, gatherings, or reunions. 

Extending 1300m2 across 2 floors, the spa also offers an unprecedented experience thanks to its pool of over 25 metres, one of the largest in Paris. A fully equipped fitness space boasts state of the art gym technology and equipment and a private training studio, created exclusively for Bulgari by Lee Mullins.

The Bulgari Hotel and Spa will open its doors 2nd December 2021, at 30 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris.

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