What's on at the Hotel

This September, Rivea London celebrates the versatility of citrus fruits, devoting its kitchen to their flavours.

Executive Chef Alexandre Nicolas launches an exclusive four-course menu emphasising the tangy and zesty essence of the citrus fruits.

Showcasing only the finest variety of the season’s produce, the refined citrus menu will include two starters; the Crab, cucumber and radish, mandarin dressing and the Courgette and Amalfi lemon risotto, a choice of ...

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Online Gift Voucher

Our online gift vouchers are the most convenient way to purchase a unique Bulgari London gift. Our online store includes many exclusive curated experiences for all occasions ranging from vouchers for afternoon tea, treatments at our award winning spa to romantic weekend getaways in London’s most prestigious suites.

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Services and Facilities

The Pool

At the heart of the unique Bulgari Spa experience is the most dramatic private pool complex in central London: the 25 metre colonnaded swimming pool with its loungers and cabanas is clad in the textured Vicenza stone that has been the signature of great Italian architecture since the time of Palladio. Providing a counterpoint to this architectural ...

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Rivea London

Inspired by the many years Alain Ducasse spent visiting the vibrant food markets in Italy and Provence, Rivea London offers French and Italian cuisine in a chic, convivial and relaxed setting with informal yet impeccable service.

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The Cinema

The Screening Room, dedicated to Sir Richard Attenborough, is a unique 47-seat cinema at the Bulgari Hotel. Offering the ultimate exclusive experience, it features the most advanced cinema-quality HD sound and vision, 4K resolution in 2D or the latest Dolby 3D. A curated library has over 200 new and classic films. As well as hosting film premieres ...

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What's on in London

From the Nude to the Stars: the Conceptual Photography of Thomas Ruff
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Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites: a Never-Before-Seen Comparison at the National Gallery
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“Looking Good”: Portraits of Men from Van Dyck to Today
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The Chapman Brothers at the Blain Southern
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The Watercolours of Sargent at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
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The Magic of the Portrait: from Leonardo to Rembrandt
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