The very first Bulgari Hotel’s architecture expresses refinement and lightness through the 18th-century façade’s meticulous restoration and its use of elegant white marble.
The 58 rooms of the Bulgari Hotel, which include 11 suites, look out onto an exclusive Milanese courtyard or the hotel’s large private garden, just next to the Botanical Gardens, that incorporates the hotel in a haven of green, offering an unexpected sense of tranquility in the city center.
Public areas are characterized by the use of black granite and Burmese teak wood that creates an informal sense of luxury. A rigorous design approach has been applied to every single detail: from façade to door handles, from each piece of furniture to desk accessories, from architecture to glasses and fabrics. It is a true urban oasis enjoyed by locals and tourists alike.