The Italian jeweler Bulgari, owned by LVMH group which counts 8 luxury hotels worldwide, announced the opening of its first hotel in Paris in 2020.
The hotel will be located at 30 Avenue George V, which forms with the Champs-Elysées and Avenue Montaigne the famous “Golden Triangle”, one of the most exclusive places in Paris for luxury shopping, entertainment and cultural activities.
“The Hôtel de Paris, which is scheduled to open in 2020, will add the City of Light to our collection and we are convinced that this new opus will represent a unique experience of our Roman hospitality in the Parisian hotel landscape,” commented Jean-Christophe Babin, President and CEO of Bulgari.
The hotel will have 76 rooms, most of which are suites, as well as luxurious facilities such as well as a set of luxury facilities including a 1,300 square meter SPA and a 25 meters swimming pool, a restaurant and a bar overlooking a charming garden. The Hotel Bvlgari Paris was designed by the Italian architecture firm Antonio CitterioThe transformation of the original building was conceived as a true transition between heritage and modernity. While the use of the typical Parisian limestone and the respect of the urban alignment criteria are reminiscent of the Haussmann style of the 19th century, the facade completely renovated evokes, for its part, a rationalist style, expression of a contemporary architectural design
Today, the jeweler counts height properties worldwide in Milan (2004), Bali (2006) and London (2012), as well as in Beijing and Dubai (2017). Two other hotels are planned in Shanghai and Moscow between 2018 and Paris 2020 Tokyo 2022.
By Latifa Zenaina