Unique contemporary luxury hotel in Paris

The Design

Designed, like all Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, by the Italian architecture firm ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, Bvlgari Hotel Paris is a sophisticated blend of uncompromising purity and subtle references to Italian Renaissance architecture that adds a striking contemporary note to the elegant buildings of Avenue George V. The Bvlgari Parentesi motif runs along the outside of the restrained batiment. The restyling project of the hotel façade was conceived by ACPV in collaboration with the French Architectural studio Valode & Pistre.

Within the walls of its 11-story pierre de Paris minimalist façade, the Bvlgari Hotel Paris embraces the same color palette and textures of other Bvlgari Hotels: marble, silk wallcoverings, granite, tapestries and varnished eucalyptus woodwork create the perfect canvas for designer furniture and art pieces. The glamour of Rome and legacy of the Roman jeweller come to life throughout public and private spaces, including the eight-point Bvlgari star, gilded mosaic-tiled Spa and more. The very best of Italian craftsmanship is enhanced by collaboration with the finest French artisan studios working in lacquer, parchment and straw marquetry in the style of famous French interior designer Jean-Michel Frank.


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Junior Suites

Generous 52-square-metre Suites feature Navona Travertine marble bathrooms with bathtub and walk-in shower, as well as a separate dressing room and dressing table. The 25 Junior Suites have unobstructed views over the Avenue George V, immediately projecting guests into the majestic splendor of Paris’s Golden Triangle.

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The Bvlgari Suites I & III

A stunning suite of 141m², with an abundance of natural day light, decorated with noble materials and offering specific Bvlgari amenities, a spacious marble bathroom, a hammam, a king size bed and a large walk-in dressing room. Overlooking the Avenue George V with a view of the rooftops of Paris and the Eiffel Tower, the Bvlgari Suites I and III ...

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