Garden for events, aperitif and parties in Milan

Il Giardino


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Il Giardino

The Bvlgari Hotel garden, designed by landscape architect Sophie Agata Ambroise, offers several options that are ideal for meetings and private events, each with a capacity of 50 people and with truly unique exclusivity. Trees and hedges create a series of open-air rooms; that can be interconnected or partitioned off, with four slight shifts in elevation, three of which are planted with grass.


I Vimini

The space known as “I Vimini”, which means ‘wicker’, is bounded by sixteen laurel trees planted in ample vases, and is situated right in front of the Bvlgari Hotel Milan restaurant area. For private events, it can host up to 50 people.

Le Isole di Ghiaia

Five small “rooms” protected by plane trees groomed into an umbrella shape, the trunks of which are wrapped by climbing white wisteria, create a magical space for an unforgettable private event of up to 50 guests.


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