A new jewel for Bulgari's collection
The jewellery house Bulgari will open in 2020 a new hotel in Paris’ “Golden Triangle”, on the chic Avenue George V.
Bulgari is expanding its Hotels and Resorts luxury hospitality collection, they already have hotels in Bali, Milan, London, Beijing and Dubai, and it is said that they are planning to also open hotels in Moscow and Shanghai before the Parisian addition.
The new Bulgari Hotel is being designed by Italian and French architects, the firms Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Valode & Pistre, who chose to use limestone, which is the stone you see in all typical Parisian buildings, on the hotel's modern façade, uniting tradition with contemporary architecture. The Hotel will have 76 rooms and there will also be an SPA with a 25 metre indoor pool, a bar and restaurant, so we can imagine that it won’t only be a place for travelers, it will also be The place for the chic and stylish local crowd to meet for happy hour or dinner overlooking the courtyard garden in the heart of the most exclusive area of Paris.
As a matter of fact, the new Bulgari hotel’s address couldn’t be fancier. The Avenue George V was named after the British King George V who supported the French during First World War. The Avenue goes from the now infamous Pont de l’Alma, where Princess Diana had her fatal accident, to the Champs Elysées. The Avenue is home to the 5 stars Four Seasons Hotel and several luxury brands such as Givenchy, Balenciaga, Hermès, Kenzo, Ermenegildo Zegna, Elie Saab, Chanel and the concept store Connect Paris.