With locations in Milan, London, Bali, Beijing and Dubai, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts opened its sixth destination in Shanghai. Here, the Italian jewelry brand has managed to create an opulent retreat in the heart of China’s most cosmopolitan city.
As with all other Bulgari properties Bulgari Shanghai was designed by Italian multi-disciplinary practice; Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV). The hotel includes 82 rooms (19 of them are luxe suites) distributed across the top eight floors of the 48 story building. The brightest gemstone of Bulgari Shanghai is the 400 sqm double-height Bulgari Suite – the largest hotel suite in the city – which offers breathtaking views of Shanghai from its roomy jacuzzi. White Italian Calacatta marble table-tops contrasting with a dark oak floor, silk and velvet bedhead paneling which resembles traditional Chinese house décor create a remarkable combination of European elegance with rich Shanghai history in each room. Hand-crafted Italian furniture, natural fabrics, and state-of-the-art technology will spoil guests with its richness. With an average size of over 60-square-meters, the hotel rooms are some of the most spacious in the city.
IL Ristorante – Niko Romito, IL Bar and La Terrazza Italian restaurant on the rooftop of the hotel offers breathtaking views of The Bund and Pudong. The historical Chamber of Commerce Shanghai building adjacent to the Hotel tower became a home for glamorous restored ballroom with triple-height ceilings, a Chinese fine dining restaurant The Bao Li Xuan and elegant Whiskey Bar.
Renewing your body, mind, and spirit is possible in the elegant Bulgari Spa and fitness center with 25-meter heated pool and 8 spa-rooms. Il Cioccolato Boutique invites guests to enjoy a variety of artisan chocolates.
Situated in a stunning riverside location just a few minutes from the iconic Bund and Shanghai City Centre the property of Bulgari Shanghai is surrounded by peaceful manicured Italian gardens- luxurious oasis in the bustling city.
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