Luxury private dining in London

Private Dining


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Private Dining

Bvlgari Hotel London's private dining rooms are suave and intimate spaces seating up to 24 guests. The rooms present the perfect setting for intimate dinner parties, more formal business lunches, or festive celebrations.

Custom designed private dining menus are available to suit every occasion and make your experience both personal and memorable.

If you are planning a special event or exclusive hire of the restaurant, please contact our reservations team on +44 (0)207 151 1025.


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Two Wimbledon-inspired desserts available in the Lounge

Wimbledon is on and while the majority of the action is on the court, Bvlgari Hotel London is serving up its own tennis-inspired dessert. Available in the Lounge, there are two special edition pastries: a flower made with sour cherry jelly and lime cream and a raspberry mousse on green shortbread that’s topped with a tennis racket. Both are ...

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The Design

As an entirely new-build property, Bvlgari London benefits from having been conceived and designed from inception as a luxury hotel. Noted architect and designer Antonio Citterio was given free rein to create an environment that is faithful both to the design heritage of Bvlgari and the status of London as one the world’s most exciting, dynamic and ...

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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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