Exclusive Luxury Spa in Shanghai China


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Enjoying a serene riverside location amid private parks and gardens, The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai’s 2,000-square-metre spa and fitness centre is a harmonious retreat to balance the body, mind and spirit in elegant Italian style.

A highlight of the Bvlgari experience, the Spa offers best in class beauty treatments using La Mer products, alongside rituals inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.

The BVLGARI Spa features eight spa treatment rooms, including the 2 Deluxe Couples’ Suite where guests can enjoy the luxury of a private sauna.

The centrepiece of the Spa is a 25-metre indoor heated swimming pool, surrounded by statuesque columns recalling the grandeur of a Roman bath. Long strips of louvered teak line the ceiling while a ‘skylight wall’ incorporates natural sunshine to nourish the tropical interior garden.

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Detail of the Bvlgari Logo in the pool at The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai

Opening Time

The Bvlgari Spa is open everyday, from 10 am to 10 pm.

The pool is open everyday, from 7 am to 10 pm for hotel guests and members only.

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In front of the Lounge, the Italian garden is also available for private parties and events. With an abundance of lush greenery, the romantic setting is reminiscent of the Italian garden at the original Bvlgari Hotel in Milan.


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The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai is located on the banks of Suzhou Creek, just minutes from the iconic Bund and eight minutes from the famous museums of People’s Square, yet enjoys the tranquility of a neighborhood filled with private gardens, historic buildings and art galleries.

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