Located on the waterfront with access to Miami's beautiful beaches, the Bvlgari Hotel Miami Beach will offer stunning ocean views just a few steps from the exciting Miami Art Deco district.
The building that will become Bvlgari Hotel Miami Beach was originally designed as a hotel by Miami architect Albert Anis in the late 1950's, as part of the city's Modernist movement, and its restoration will be overseen by the Italian architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. Blending a glamourous past with a just-as-glamourous present, décor will reflect the property’s legacy as winter destination for the Old Hollywood set. The Hotel will have some 100 rooms, most of which will be Suites, and will also be home a large outdoor pool, spa and signature bar and dining from Chef Niko Romito.
We are thrilled to announce the 2022 opening of Bvlgari Hotel Moscow. Slated to be the world's seventh Bvulgari Hotel, it will preside over one of the city's most prestigious areas, just 300 metres from the Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow's rich historic district.
Conceived by Italy's Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners in collaboration ...
To celebrate 10 years of partnership, Bvlgari and Save the Children launch the new #GiveHope campaign. Shot by photographer Rankin, the campaign stars celebrities including Lily Aldridge, Ursula Corbero, Alicia Vikander, Eva Green and many others. #GiveHope centres on the idea that “the gift of hope can turn your whole world round” and features a ...
Bvlgari Spa introduces private hair styling services with stylist Roberto D’Antonio. Each one-on-one treatment puts the client at the centre of a luxurious and discreet experience — and begins with a state-of-the-art Shu Uemura treatment.
Fantastic news for parents: Milan - a city best known for fashion, design and sophistication - is becoming more kid-friendly all the time. With that in mind, the Bvlgari Hotel Milano is growing its Little Gems Experience: themed movie nights, bespoke green discovery labs and segret treasure hunts in Il Giardino.