Luxury Superior Rooms in Rome Italy

Superior Rooms

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22 Superior Rooms measure 33-square-metres each, channeling the legacy of Bulgari and its Roman heritage through four unique colour palettes and exceptional materials. Coloured marble adorns the baths, infusing the space with Mediterranean spirit. Furnished by Italian designers, each Room is a stunning expression of the Made in Italy spirit.

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Bulgari Hotel Roma Deluxe Room

Deluxe Rooms

30 Deluxe Rooms measure 37-square-metres each, expressing Italian craftsmanship and design in every element. A curated colour palette is inspired by Rome, while coloured marble baths and contemporary Italian furnishings complete the look. Rooms look out onto either the Piazza Augusto Imperatore or on the other the more intimate atmosphere of Via ...

Bulgari Hotel Roma Premium Room

Premium Rooms

14 Premium Rooms measure 49-square-metres each and are decorated in sumptuous materials and rich textures that strike a sharp contrast with the rigourous architecture of the building’s exterior. Interiors follow a Made in Italy approach, featuring Mediterranean marble and four colour palettes inspired by the property’s Roman heritage, and ...

Bulgari Hotel Roma Junior Suite

Junior Suites

30 Junior Suites measure 51-square-metres each. Designed for an authentic and relaxed definition of luxury, each generously proportioned Suite has views of either the Piazza Augusto Imperatore or the charming Via della Frezza. The coloured marble bathrooms set the tone for the entire room, permeating the fabrics of the furniture and coming through ...


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