Luxury Hotel in the heart of Rome

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Bulgari Hotel Roma


The Bulgari Hotel Roma is the ninth jewel in the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection. Occupying an illustrious address at Piazza Augusto Imperatore, in the Campo Marzio area, the Hotel is minutes from Via del Corso, the Piazza di Spagna, and Bulgari’s historic Via Condotti boutique. The Hotel celebrates the most refined qualities of the Eternal City and showcases exceptional facets of Italian elegance in every detail of its design, hospitality and experience. Home to 114 Rooms and Suites, five distinctive culinary experiences, and exquisite boutiques and programmes, it is an inimitable expression of the Bulgari spirit, forged in the history and richness of Rome. 

Bulgari Hotel Roma People


Bulgari Hotel Roma is dedicated to delivering the highest level of excellence to every single guest. With a flat organizational structure in which all teams work in tandem, service is impeccable, authentic and relaxed — and another expression of Bulgari character.  


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 Premium Suite

Premium Suites

2 Premium Suites measure 133-square-metres each, offering an unprecedented and authentic experience of Bulgari luxury. Spacious and refined, each element evokes a facet of Bulgari, from its Roman heritage to its Mediterranean origins — seen in the coloured marble of the bathrooms. Each Suite follows one of four colour palettes, channeling the ...

Bulgari Hotel Roma The Bulgari Suite Living Room

The Bulgari Suite

Located on the third floor, the Bulgari Suite is a true oasis of peace in the centre of Rome, with a spectacular view over the Mausoleum of Augustus that can be enjoyed through ten imposing windows. Sprawling over 300 square metres, this imperial residence has been embellished with furnishings designed by Antonio Citterio, the most famous ...


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