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Bvlgari Hotel London Introduces the B.Private Staycation

Designed to offer unparalleled privacy, the B.Private Staycation lets guests relax in the comfort of the Suites — while enjoying some of the neighbourhood’s most distinctive experiences. Special measures like private parking, in-Suite personal shopping with Harvey Nichols, private film screenings, in-Suite hair appointments and an exclusive dinner ...

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Services and Facilities

The Pool

At the heart of the unique Bvlgari 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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The Ballroom at The Bvlgari Hotel London

Ballroom

Occupying an entire floor of the Hotel, the stunning Ballroom, dedicated to Giorgio and Costantino Bvlgari, seats up to 140 guests for lunch, dinner, an exclusive conference or charity ball. Handcrafted solid silver chandeliers dominate the Ballroom. Designed and made exclusively for Bvlgari by Padgham and Putland Silversmiths, they are considered ...

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The Cinema

The Screening Room, dedicated to Sir Richard Attenborough, is a unique 47-seat cinema at Bvlgari Hotel London. 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 300 new and classic films. As well as hosting film ...

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what's on in London

From Henry Moore to Damien Hirst, the Highlights of the British Art Fair
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At the Barbican Centre, the Largest Show Ever Dedicated to Michael Clark
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At the London Design Festival, All that’s New in the Capital
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Jennifer Packer’s First Time in Europe
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The Debut of the Spandau Ballet at the Blitz Club
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At the National Gallery, Sin Meets Art
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