Wellness Hotel and Fitness Center Milan

Workshop Gymnasium

Workshop Gymnasium is a holistic wellness program at Bvlgari Hotel Milano that exemplifies every facet of luxury. A fitness sensation that originated in London, its signature Workshop training method has sculpted some of the most beautiful bodies in the world. Each program begins with the exclusive Framework assessment, an innovative screening that creates a bespoke plan for every client that includes fitness, nutrition and more. With Workshop, expert instructors, world-class equipment and the latest science come together in a results-driven approach that redefines the very concept of well-being.

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Introducing a new water-based workout for barre devotees

This ballet inspired training method brings you all the toning results of a classic barre workout but withthe added benefits of water based resistance. Ballet and Pilates moves performed against the added resistance of the water will create strong, sculpted lean muscles. The water supports your body, reducing stress on joints, making it a suitable ...

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The BVLGARI SPA

A refuge for the body and the spirit, a harmonious atmosphere that fosters the quest for balance, the Bvlgari Hotel Milano Spa offers all the rituals of contemporary wellness in a setting at once sumptuous and elegant. Daylight filters through the glass walls and illuminates the pure gold tiles of the pool. The sauna and external jacuzzi allow ...

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Il Bar

A generous oval bar in black resin dominates this cocktail bar in Milan, set against a spectacular glass wall that opens onto the serene luminosity of the private garden. A meeting place not only for hotel guests but for in-the-know Milanese, the cocktail hour takes on the flavor of the classic Italian aperitivo, with a wide choice of traditional ...

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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 ...

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