In December 2021, another precious link appeared in the glorious Bulgari family – a Parisian hotel began operating under the famous brand. The building is located inside on the elegant avenue George V, just a few minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, avenue Montaigne.

“The Bvlgari Parisian hotel just had to be right there, in the Golden Triangle on the right bank of the Seine,” says architect Patricia Viel. “This area lives and breathes the geometry of Haussmannian Paris with its Grands Boulevards.” The idea of ​​increasing the window openings of the building to a height of two floors refers to the style of the aristocratic palazzo, which Andrea Palladio erected during the Italian Renaissance. The eye-catching balance of the façade bears a clear resemblance to the Bvlgari hotels in London, Milan and Beijing, but, as elsewhere, here in Paris local features are emphasized: in this case, through the use of characteristic hewn stone cladding, typical of the most famous buildings. capital, from the Louvre to the Petit Palace and the Trocadero. Inspired by the pattern of the stone-paved roads of Rome and giving the name to the jewelery collection of the same name, Parentesi’s signature motif is laid out like a stone carpet across the façade, the first invitation to experience a new hospitality experience in a place where the splendor of the Italian capital meets the sophistication of Paris.

Designed by Italian architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel in collaboration with French architecture firm Valode & Pistre, the hotel features 76 rooms and suites, including the Bvlgari Penthouse, a magnificent private suite of approximately 400 sqm. m with a private garden on a panoramic roof, overlooking the most famous sights of Paris.

The interiors of the Bvlgari Hotel Paris follow the same color palette and textures that distinguish its counterparts in Milan, London, Dubai, Shanghai and Beijing: marble, silk wall coverings, granite, handmade carpets and eucalyptus lacquered wood. The light tones used on the walls underline the chromatic palette of furniture with its shades of hazelnut and coffee, as well as the luxury fabrics of the Dedar brand in garnet, amethyst and golden topaz. The chevron-patterned rugs are distinctly reminiscent of the classic parquet floors typical of Parisian apartments. The Febo sofas and armchairs are provided by Maxalto, as are the Pathos tables, designed personally by Antonio Citterio. Books, photographs and art objects by Gio Ponti give each room and suite the intimate character of a delightful private suite. Bvlgari signature saffron headboards and footboards add warmth, while bedside lamps inspired by Bvlgari silver chandeliers and metal mesh sliding doors laced between the panes contrast with the golden brown tones of the fabrics covering the dressing room walls.

For the first time in France, Bvlgari Hotel Paris presents a unique gastronomic concept created by Chef Nico Romito especially for the Bvlgari hotel chain. Awarded three Michelin stars for his restaurant Reale in the Abruzzo region, Nico Romito reimagines transalpine dining traditions by focusing on the essential ingredients and characteristics of “Made in Italy”. The restaurant is ready to receive 58 guests indoors and 40 – outside, on the terrace. In addition, the hotel has a bar and lounge area. Bvlgari Hotel Paris is also proud of its signature 1,300 sq. m, with a 25-meter pool, a fitness studio, a Workshop gym, a Vitality hydromassage pool, spa treatment rooms and a spa suite of 65 sq. m.

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