The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai has taken its place in the Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts collection.
On 19th June, the new Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai hosted the launch of Bvlgari Film Week, part of the Shanghai International Film Festival, thereby making its debut as the sixth jewel in the Bvlgari Hotels universe. Bridging the golden age of Shanghai with its current identity as a cutting edge global capital, the hotel combines a 48-floor tower with the majestically restored Chamber of Commerce building, which originally dates from 1916. Surrounded by lush gardens, it is a vision of contemporary glamour. Located on the banks of Suzhou Creek, it balances art and nature, design and history, offering guests an unparalleled experience and refined ambience in its myriad public and private spaces. Home to 82 Rooms, 19 of which are Suites, and six signature dining options including Il Ristorante - Niko Romito and Bvlgari Il Cioccolato, it is poised to become a new locus of culture, business and social life in Shanghai.
We look forward to sharing it with you in person.
There are facials and then there is the La Mer Miracle Broth Facial. Known for its miraculous results, the treatment uses personalised massage techniques and a pure infusion of La Mer’s remarkable Miracle BrothTM to uncover and revive the skin’s inner glow. Widely recognised as one of the most transformative beauty extracts, Miracle BrothTM ...
Just in time for summer, Beijing has opened the Gin & Tonic Bar on La Terrazza. Dedicated to summer’s most enduring refresher, the bar invites guests to choose from four distinctive gin & tonics and six new summer cocktails. Served on the shaded veranda overlooking the riverside, it’s a recipe for sunny day bliss—and will be open each day from 2pm ...
Il Bar is presenting a new collection of refreshing mocktails. Concocted using the premium tonic water of East Imperial, the new mocktails will conquer the palates and quench your thirst.
Mocktails are available for afternoon tea, aperitivo and late night relaxation, a delight for the palate, eyes and well-being.
Tea and Chinese traditional music have always been an integral part of Chinese culture and lifestyle since 4,000 years ago. We have chosen an ideal teahouse for you to sample a variety of local teas and try your hands at playing the Chinese Zither. It will be an unique experience while in the capital city of China.