Exclusive Lounge in Shanghai China

The Lounge

The Lounge is a delightful retreat in which to enjoy desserts, or simply to relax by the fire and immerse oneself in a beautiful setting.

Sleek Italian décor includes low-slung leather lounges, dark marble, beautiful bronze screens, and dramatic custom-made light fixtures in Bvlgari’s signature Maglia Pantheon pattern. During the winter, a fire roars in the fireplace to give the space a cosy glow. 1960s-era portraits of Italian celebrities complete the feel of Dolce Vita-era glamour, while garden views give the Lounge a contemporary, vibrant feel.

The Lobby Lounge at the Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai

Opening time

The Lounge is open without Food & Beverage service.

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