Bulgari Unveils A New Luxury Hotel In Rome With Michelin-Star Dining, Stunning Views And More!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Bulgari Unveils A New Luxury Hotel In Rome With Michelin-Star Dining, Stunning Views And More!

Rome is now home to the beautiful Bulgari Hotel, facing the newly restored Mausoleum of Augustus, right in the heart of the city. The CEO of this Roman jewellery brand, Bulgari, Jean-Christophe Babin, and celebrity ambassadors welcomed over 500 guests at its gala opening. This stunning property offers some beautiful views of the city, houses Michelin-starred dining, and more. 

Bulgari Unveils A New Luxury Hotel In Rome

The spectacular new Bulgari Hotel in Rome sprawls over 1,51,000 square feet. This property has about six floors, offering multiple terraces with the best views of the city. The brand opened its first hotel in Italy in 2004, in Milan. 

The hotel has 114 rooms, including 48 suites. The stunning 16,000-square-foot Bulgari Spa is modelled after ancient Roman baths, with marble columns encircling the indoor pool and coloured glass letting in warm light.

Niko Romito, a renowned chef with three Michelin stars, will manage the challenging operation of five establishments, including a restaurant, bars, and a cafe.

The Bulgari Bar has a stunning black marble bar top with 60 hand-blown, gold-dusted Murano glass twirls by Barovier & Toso.

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas And Zindaya Attended The Event

The gala opening of the new Bulgari Hotel witnessed many celebrities, including its celebrity ambassadors, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Zendaya. Priyanka posted about the event on her Instagram and congratulated the brand for its new venture. 


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The building on Piazza Augusto Imperatore underwent a multi-year restoration project that made sure to preserve the building’s historic facade while meticulously restoring the interior. Even the lobby welcomes visitors with a Pentelic marble statue of the Roman emperor.

The massive Augustus Mausoleum and the Ara Pacis,  may both be seen from their distinctive locations along the Tiber River. They are an altar built in 13 BC to commemorate Augustus’ return to Rome. (As per Forbes)

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