Bulgari (LVMH Group) to open a hotel in Paris!

Published by Elodie D. · Updated on 26 March 2018 at 09h50 · Published on 22 March 2018 at 17h11
After Sofitel, Bulgari will have its very own hotel near the Champs-Elysées! The jewelry brand – already owning 6 hotels in London, Milan and Dubai, chose to set down 30 Avenue George V (Paris 8th arrondissement). With 76 rooms, a 1,300-sqm spa and restaurants open in the city, Bulgari will try to find its place in the Golden Triangle…

Hotel Bulgari Paris will be set 30 avenue George V, a competitive avenue already housing several 5-star hotels – George V, Fouquet’s, Prince de Galles – without talking about the other hotels of the Golden Triangle, this area includes stores from all the luxury brand.

Bulgari store being already set 40 avenue George V since 2008, it’s (very) naturally that LVMH (owning Bulgari) chose to buy the nearby building and restructure it into a 5-star hotel. And also chose to purchase the building (almost) facing Four Seasons – George V!

Slated to open in 2020, the hotel will feature 76 rooms – most of them being suites – and several installations: a 1,300-sqm SPA and its 25-m pool, a restaurant and a bar open onto a lovely hidden garden for even more comfort! It’s the Italian architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, in partnership with the famous Parisian architects Valode & Pistre that will be entrusted with the renovation and the layout.

“The Paris Hotel, which opening is expected in 2020, has just added the City of Lights to our collection, and we’re convinced that this new addition will represent an irresistible Roman jeweler hospitality experience in the Parisian upscale hotel market”, Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin comments.

Practical information


30 Avenue George V
75008 Paris 8

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