Luxury Rooms in London, Deluxe Suite

Deluxe Suite


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Occupying almost 80 square metres, the Deluxe Suites, express Bvlgari’s true and deep understanding of luxury and design. Full private butler services and separate living room make the Deluxe Suite perfect for private entertaining, with a dining area for four guests. Additionally, all Deluxe Suites feature a Nespresso coffee machine and complimentary wireless Internet. 

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Studio Suite

Larger than the Junior Suites, with a generous 69 square metres of space, Studio Suites provide the perfect space for families or for extended stays. The inviting seating area with its large sofa can be connected to an adjoining room to form an exceptionally spacious two-bedroom suite. Studio Suites feature a 55” flat screen TV, a Nespresso coffee ...

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Knightsbridge Suite

Expansive views over Knightsbridge towards Hyde Park can be enjoyed from the 86 square metres Knightsbridge Suites which with their detailed woodwork, majestic black marble bathrooms and subtle nautical design cues give guests the feeling that they are in their own stateroom on a luxurious yacht, albeit a yacht moored in the heart of London. Round ...

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The Bvlgari Suites

Offering unparalleled accommodation of between 170, right up to 221 square metres the seven Bvlgari Suites are of peerless magnificence and have set new standards for luxurious accommodation in London, quickly becoming some of the world’s most consistently popular signature hotel suites. 

Each provides one bedroom with king size bed, a master ...

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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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