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Italian Luxury: The Bulgari name evokes images of affluence; jewelry, watches, fragrances, and more. A stay at the Bulgari Shanghai includes access to exclusive Bulgari products, including in-room toiletries and sweet indulgences at Il Cioccolato, the only Bulgari chocolate boutique in China.
Exquisite Design: Balancing the history of the adjoining Chamber of Commerce Shanghai (1916) with contempoary design that nods to the heritage of Shanghai, as well as Italian refinement - the Bulgari Shanghai showcases its locality with panoramic views of the iconic Bund waterfront, Pudong skyline and beyond.
The highly anticipated Bulgari Shanghai aims to set a new standard of luxury in the Paris of the East. Situated in the visionary Suhe Creek development and a mere few minutes’ walk from the iconic Bund and Shanghai City Center, the hotel offers stunning panoramas of both the classical Bund and dramatic Pudong skyline. The hotel's 82 rooms and suites are located on the top eight floors of a 40-story high-rise. Exclusively designed by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, the rooms and suites feature hand-crafted Italian furniture, rich natural fabrics, and sophisticated technology. No expense was spared to equip the hotel with top amenities such as a 2,000-square-meter SPA, extensive fitness center, and state-of-the-art meeting facilities. The hotel's restaurant features contemporary Italian cuisine and furnishes an extensive wine list with over 500 hand-picked labels as well as rare champagne vintages. The rooftop features a terrace with exceptional views and drinks. Guests can also enjoy a top-floor bar, cocktail, and pastry lounge with styles reminiscent of the Bulgari Hotel in Milan.
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Providing panoramic views of Central Park, the river, and Shanghai city center, this chic room of 50 to 53 square meters is as comfortable as it is stylish. The room is infused with modern design aesthetics, appointed with a king-size bed, and floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with sunlight. The bathroom features his and hers wash basins, a walk-in closet, walk-in rain shower, and Toto heated toilets.
Covering 61 to 62 square meters, these sleek and luxurious rooms offer spectacular views of the historic Bund and the dramatic Pudong skyline for which Shanghai is renowned. These rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and king-size beds, and the bathroom is generously equipped with his and hers wash basins, a walk-in closet, a walk-in rain shower, and Toto heated toilets.
This room either faces the Bund, which is the historic center of the city across from Shanghai’s dramatic Pudong skyline, or looks over Central Park and the expansive city beyond. Both views are framed through floor-to-ceiling windows, and the interior design of this sleek and luxurious room merges Italian style with contemporary design. The room covers 62 to 65 square meters, and it can be appointed with either a king-size bed or two double beds. Bathrooms in Premium Rooms are fitted with his and hers wash basins, walk-in rain showers, and Toto heated toilets.
Offering views of the historic Bund and Pudong skyline or Shanghai's Central Park and city center, these suites of 81 square meters are perfect for guests seeking a spacious and stylish accommodation for their travels. The room is appointed with a king-size bed and three HD televisions, and light floods the room through floor-to-ceiling windows. The bathroom is fitted with his and hers wash basins, large walk-in closets, separate walk-in rain showers, and Toto heated toilets. There is also a separate guest powder room, and exclusive services such as a 24-hour butler service are also included.
Covering 114 to 124 square meters, these rooms look out over either the Bund or Shanghai's Central Park. The bedroom is appointed with three HD televisions and a king-size bed, and there is also a living room, private library, and guest powder room. The spacious accommodation’s bathroom is fitted with his and hers wash basins, large walk-in closets, separate walk-in rain showers, and Toto heated toilets. Exclusive services such as a 24-hour butler service are also included.
This luxurious suite boasts spectacular views of the historic Bund and the dramatic Pudong skyline for which Shanghai is renowned. The accommodation features a living room, a dining room that seats up to eight, a study with a private library, and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the space with natural light. This 164-square-meter affair is appointed with a super king-size bed, and the bathroom has his and hers wash basins, large walk-in closets, separate walk-in rain showers, and Toto heated toilets. Guests can even enjoy the view while lounging in the room's indulgent bathtub, and there is a separate guest powder room available. Exclusive services such as a 24-hour butler service are also included.
As the hotel's premier accommodation, this 400-square-meter suite aims to impress with double-height ceilings, a sleek aesthetic engendered by black oak floors and ivory-paneled walls, and a marvelous, sweeping view that extends from the Bund to the Huangpu River before reaching Pudong’s dramatic, ultra-modern skyline. Flawlessly combining Italian and Chinese furniture, this private residence of 400 square meters is only accessible via private elevator. There is a lavish living room and a beautiful library with an exclusive book selection. The living area’s backlit onyx bar with a connected Bulthaup kitchen that leads to a separate dining room makes the space perfect for hosting parties, and the bespoke crystal chandelier is sure to inspire feelings of grandeur. The main bathroom is dressed in green onyx and fitted with bespoke Bulgari bath products. A Brera Jacuzzi is a stunning centerpiece, carved from a single slab of rare green onyx from Pakistan personally selected by Bulgari architects for its singular beauty. Guests can also relax in their private steam room and adjoining SPA massage room, and they can consider extending the space to 570 square meters by connecting the residence with an adjoining suite.
The hotel's lavish ballroom is a testament to a bygone era. The expansive grand foyer is decorated with original Chinese floor mosaics and coffered ceilings supported by a procession of vaulted columns, and a contemporary cocktail bar at one end of the foyer is ideal for pre-function socializing and break-out refreshments. The space can accommodate up to 500 guests for cocktails and 300 diners for a banquet. There are other spaces throughout the hotel available for small events and meetings.
Adjacent to the movement studio, the spacious gym features the latest Technogym and Kinesis equipment. There are also yoga and pilates facilities, and the entire center is open 24 hours a day. Guests can also schedule private training sessions with experienced instructors for fitness, weight training, yoga, swimming, pilates, and boxing workout regiments.
Il Cioccolato is the only Bulgari chocolate boutique in China. Here, guests can enjoy chocolate gems that are handcrafted by the Maitre Chocolatier at the Bulgari workshop next door. Bulgari artisans use raw cocoa that is rich in antioxidants to highlight flavors, and guests can also indulge in fresh homemade Italian gelato and mini cones. This chocolate boutique is set beside the Italian gardens on the ground floor in a space with striped mosaic chocolate-and-vanilla-colored walls inspired by the first Bulgari print advertisement from the 1920s.
Situated riverside among private parks and gardens, the hotel's elegant, Italian inspired spa is a retreat that seeks to balance the body, mind, and spirit. Making use of plush La Mer products, the spa provides rituals inspired by traditional Chinese medicine in any of its eight spa treatment rooms, including the Two Deluxe Couples’ Suite, from which guests can enjoy the luxury of a private sauna. The spa's centerpiece is a 25-meter indoor heated swimming pool that is surrounded by statuesque columns, recalling the grandeur of Roman baths.
The hotel's Workshop Gymnasium offers personalized wellness programs that are individually designed for each guest. Programs begin with an innovative screening process that allows trainers to create a bespoke plan for every client that touches on fitness, nutrition, and more. The process brings together science and world-class equipment to help guests experience the cutting edge of wellness concepts.
Located on the third floor of Shanghai's historic Chamber of Commerce Shanghai building, Bao Li Xuan is a haven for Cantonese classics as prepared by Executive Chef Fu, who is from Hong Kong and a recipient of three Michelin stars. The restaurant features coffered ceilings and an elegant design that pays homage to Shanghai culture. For lunch, guests can enjoy a dim sum menu, and an assortment of premier Cantonese flavors are available for dinner. Bao Li Xuan's wine cellar also boasts a vast selection of international bottles, and the resident sommelier is on hand to help guests make an informed selection.
Situated adjacent to the Il Ristorante–Niko Romito on the hotel's 47th floor, this extravagant destination is anchored by a centerpiece oval counter that is inspired by Rome’s famed Fontana della Barcaccia. The bar of hand-hammered bronze is topped with mirrored steel and serves up a variety of classic Italian cocktails, fine wines, teas, and snacks night and day. Guests can relax in plush black leather furnishings or step out onto the private outdoor terrace to enjoy the dramatic panorama.
Nestled among an abundance of lush greenery, Il Giardino presents a romantic setting for guests to indulge in authentic Italian gelato and wines. It is situated in front of The Lounge and is available for private parties and events.
Celebrating the rich heritage of Italy from the uppermost 47th floor of The Bulgari Hotel Shanghai, this exclusive restaurant serves dishes prepared by Niko Romito, a three-Michelin-star chef, while guests enjoy the mesmerizing view. The menu's carefully curated canon of contemporary Italian cooking focuses on purity and simplicity, combining the finest Italian and locally sourced ingredients with time-tested and innovative techniques. There is also an extensive selection of Italian and international labels on the wine list, including organic and biodynamic wines and rare vintage champagnes. Open for lunch and dinner, this dining destination brings guests an immersive Roman culinary experience.
Perched on the hotel's roof, La Terrazza's teak decking, ivory-cushioned armchairs, and curtained cabanas present guests with a perfect urban oasis. The view is spectacular, and flickering lanterns create a tranquil ambiance, encouraging guests to unwind as they sip on a cocktail.
Complete with low-slung leather lounges, dark marble, beautiful bronze screens, and dramatic custom-made light fixtures, this haven of sleek Italian décor is a perfect place for guests to indulge in desserts. During the winter, The Lounge's fireplace roars, giving the space a cozy, vintage glow.
The oak-paneled Whisky Bar, connected to Bao Li Xuan restaurant, is a perfect place for guests to enjoy an after-dinner cocktail. Contemporary Maxalto tan leather armchairs, freestanding Flos lamps, and a luminous ivory onyx bar and backlit onyx cabinets come together to create a classic members-only club feel. The bar boasts a collection of premium whiskies and spirits, allowing guests to choose from an elite range of vintages and distilleries. A “bottle-keeping” service is also available for guests.
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