Bulgari Hotels & Resorts To Open New Hotel Property In Knighsbridge, London

One of the foremost and most renowned luxury hotel chains in the hospitality industry, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has now announced its plans of opening an all new luxury hotel in the prestigious and up-scale region of Knightsbridge in London. Considered to be one of the classiest places in London, Knightsbridge is the home to numerous rich and affluent U.K citizens. This all new hotel property from Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, will be third luxury hotel from the company, after establishing its foothold in Milan in 2004, along with the Bulgari Resort in Bali in 2006.

The Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge, London will be designed and developed by the renowned architecture firm Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel & Partners as well as Squire & Partners, where with the collective artistic collaboration of these three companies is expected to provide the hotel with gorgeous and memorable looks. The hotel will be designed in various color combinations, as well as with a variety of marbles, fine woods, and unique details. The Bulgari Hotel will be  come with 85 luxurious rooms, along with seven marvelous Bulgari suites and all these suites will be more than 200 square meters large. The Bulgari suites will provide the guests with the very best of luxury, service and amenities, that Bulgari is so famous for. Along with the guest rooms and the Bulgari suites, the hotel will also be featuring a large ballroom, a private cinema, a 2,000 square meter SPA & fitness center and a 25 meter indoor pool.

According to Francesco Trapani (CEO, Bulgari Group),

“We are extremely proud to be able to open a Bulgari Hotel in the heart of London, something that we have wanted to do for a long time. This hotel – – the first new hotel built in London in over 40 years – will be another important element in the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts project. I’m convinced that it will be a further statement of our brand in the UK, which is a strategic market for luxury goods.”

Via Luxury Travel Magazine

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