Bulgari Hotel Paris

Paris, France

Located on Avenue George V in the ‘Golden Triangle’, home to the French capital’s luxury and fashion excellence between the Seine and the Champs-Élysées, the Bulgari Hotel Paris is a new kind of hotel experience where Italian hospitality meets the jewelry heritage of Bulgari and the glorious history of the City of Light. The interiors of the hotel, entirely designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Italian architectural studio, feature 76 rooms and suites, including the Bulgari Penthouse, an exceptional private apartment of nearly 400 square metres with its own 600-square-metre panoramic roof garden with views of all the capital’s iconic monuments. The building and the façade of the Bulgari Hotel Paris have been designed and restyled by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel in collaboration with the French architectural firm Valode & Pistre.

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A sophisticated blend of uncompromising purity of line and subtle references to Italian Renaissance architecture—beginning with the two-storey windows—the façade brings a new graphic identity to join the elegant buildings of the Avenue George V. Internally, the Bulgari Hotel Paris embraces the same colour palette and textures that characterise its siblings in Milan, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and Beijing: marble, silk wallcoverings, granite, tapestries, and varnished eucalyptus woodwork create the perfect environment for designer furniture and art pieces. The very best of Italian craftsmanship is enhanced by collaboration with the finest French artisan studios working in lacquer, parchment, and straw marquetry in the style of famous French interior designer Jean-Michel Frank. For Patricia Viel and Antonio Citterio, “In this residential sequence of public spaces opening into a secret garden, the two capitals of Paris and Rome that have competed through history to prevail in creativity, style, history, fashion, cuisine, and art find the key to an armistice.” But more than all these things, the Bulgari Hotel Paris is a marriage between a sumptuous domestic environment devoted to art and culture and an irrepressible Italian brio that never shines more brilliantly than when it is generously shared on both sides of the Alps. With its own private giardino, a welcoming restaurant serves 58 covers indoors and 40 outdoors under the expert leadership of three-star Italian chef Niko Romito, a bar, and a lounge. The Bulgari Hotel Paris also boasts a 1,300-square-metre signature spa with a 25-metre semi-Olympic pool, Workshop Gymnasium fitness studio, Vitality Pool, nine spa treatment rooms, and a 65-square-metre Spa Suite. Throughout the hotel, the style of service has been completely reinvented to be impeccable, authentic, and yet informal to ensure that the Bulgari Hotel Paris experience is one in which luxury is expressed as much through the smallest details of the building and its materials as through the unique personality of Bulgari itself.


At the heart of the Golden Triangle—Avenue George V

Distance from Airport

32 kilometres

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Child friendly

Family and pet-friendly


1300-square-metre spa, latest technology machines at the gym

Food and Drink


Il Ristorante Niko Romito

For the first time in France, the Bulgari Hotel Paris unveils a unique gastronomic concept envisioned by chef Niko Romito for the Bulgari Hotels. Awarded three Michelin stars for his Reale restaurant in the Abruzzo region of Italy, Niko Romito reinvents the transalpine dining tradition by focusing on the essential ingredients and characteristics of Made in Italy culture, elegance, and vitality. The quintessence of expertise and products is combined with new techniques to create increasingly pure flavours and delicious lightness.

Signature dish: La Cotoletta Alla Milanese

Best pasta to order: Linguine with Lobster

Il Bar

The perfect place to meet in all Bulgari hotels, the bar embodies the generosity and elegance of the Maison. The black granite floor speaks to the high-gloss ceiling through a dialogue facilitated and maintained by the brass lines that delineate the volumes of the bar space. The taste for dark colours continues onto the walls with their crazed lacquer finish created by the Paris studio Midavaine, highlighting the theatrically spectacular bar of backlit ivory onyx. The deep armchairs, the white-piped purple cushions, and the wall of star-studded vintage-effect mirrors all make their own distinctive contribution to the warmly sophisticated atmosphere. The menu has been curated by barman Leonardo Zanini, who infuses the great classics of transalpine cocktail culture—Negroni, Bellini, and Amaretto Sour—as well as offering artisan vermouths, vodkas, and gins from independent Italian producers. The timeless Bulgari Cocktail, Martini, Bloody Mary, and Moscow Mule are, of course, perfectly prepared here with the extra touch of soul so typical of Bulgari spirit, but this bar goes further to offer cocktails based on grappa, a liqueur from the north of Italy that is still something of a specialty, as well as infusions and preparations based on fresh fruit, including juices prepared by chef Niko Romito. The Bulgari Cocktail, the signature drink of the Bulgari Hotels and Resorts collection, is also available on the list. Small plates of cheese, charcuterie, olives, and parmesan are shared here with all the energetic generosity of Italian bar culture, which understands the need to create different atmospheres at different times of the day and evening.


In Paris, this philosophy is delivered in an exceptional 1,300-square-metre space on two levels, open to hotel residents and local clients. Expertly designed to help clients revitalise, recover from jet lag, swim, enjoy a massage, and receive exceptional care treatments, the Bulgari Hotel Paris Spa features its own hair salon and is the new must-visit Paris address for well-being.

  • Nine Treatments Cabines
  • 25m Pool
  • Sauna
  • Hammam
  • Hairdresser
  • Barbershop
Workshop Gymnasium

Open 24/7, the 120-square-metre fitness space curated by Workshop Gymnasium also includes a private studio. Founded in 2014 in London by Lee Mullins, one of the world’s top personal coaches, Workshop Gymnasium has successfully applied its skills and methodology across the full collection of Bulgari Hotels & Resorts. Workshop Gymnasium offers a new level of comprehensive training based on an innovative mind-and-body assessment that includes a metabolic examination, the study of functional body movements, and body mass analysis.

Local Area

Explore Paris

Shopping Area: a three-minute walk from the iconic Avenue Montaigne

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