The Bulgari Hotel Paris Makes its Debut

Bulgari Hotel Paris has opened its doors at 30 Avenue George V in the "City of Light," becoming the latest addition in the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection, which has properties in Milan, Dubai, Bali, London, Shanghai and Beijing, in addition to forthcoming openings in Rome (2022), Moscow (2022), Tokyo (2023), Miami (2024) and Los Angeles (2025).

Like all the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, the Bulgari Hotel Paris has been designed by the Italian architecture studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. The resort offers 76 rooms, of which 57 are suites, each with either a terrace or loggia. Located atop the building, the €35,000-per-night Bulgari Penthouse spans two levels and totals 10,764 square feet. It also has a hanging garden and views over the French capital. Beyond the Bulgari Penthouse, there are four Bulgari Suites and four Exectuvie Terrace Suites, which are the second and third largest on property.

Good to know: Larger suites have a dedicated dining area and a minibar disguised as a travel trunk. Additionally, some suite bathrooms have a private hammam and all suite guests have access to a dedicated butler. 

The spa at Bulgari Hotel Paris

As far as dining goes, the 26-table Il Ristorante – Niko Romito is led by the three-Michelin-star chef Niko Romito, who has created this concept for all Bulgari Hotels & Resorts with a blend of modern and classical Italian dishes. Adjacent to the restaurant and facing the hotel garden is the Bulgari Bar and the Lounge. Il Ristorante also has an eight-seat private dining room. 

Spanning 13,990 square feet on two levels, the Bulgari Spa has an 80-foot swimming pool. The fitness space, with the latest technology and entrusted to Workshop Gymnasium training method—exclusively created for Bulgari by Lee Mullins—also includes a private studio.

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