After Dubai, Bulgari to open new luxury hotel in Paris

The new hotel will be located at 30 Avenue George V

Bulgari Hotel Paris render.
Bulgari Hotel Paris render.

After its big Dubai opening in 2017, Bulgari Hotels and Resorts is all set to open a new hotel in Paris in 2020.

The new opening will follow the ones in Beijing and Dubai in 2017, Shanghai in 2018 and Moscow in 2020, and thus bring the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection to eight properties, including Milan, London and Bali.

The new hotel will be located at 30 Avenue George V, which forms with the Champs Elysees and the Avenue Montaigne the famous “Triangle d’Or” or Golden Triangle, one of Paris’ most exclusive neighbourhoods.

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The 76-key hotel is being designed by Bulgari Hotel’s favoured architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Parisian architects Valode & Pistre. 

Related: Things you didn't know about Dubai's luxury Bvlgari hotel

 

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