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The Bvlgari Suite at Bvlgari Hotel Beijing

The Bvlgari Suite at Bvlgari Hotel Beijing Located at an optimal location, in the elite Embassy District, the Bvlgari Hotel in Beijing is an urban resort that boasts of sculpted gardens that surround the property, and the Genesis Art Foundation right beside it. This provides for the ultimate respite for discerning travelers to indulge in art and nature simultaneously.

A mere 30-minute ride from the airport and only 20 minutes away from the city center and touristy locations, the Bvlgari hotel is an ideal refuge for those seeking blissful peace and relaxation.

The hotel has 119 rooms and suites, an exceptional spa facility, a 25m pool, an Italian restaurant, a bar, a private park and even a ballroom to facilitate its elite visitors.

The Bvlgari Suite

Of the 119 rooms and suites, the jewel of the crown, the Bvlgari Suite is a comparatively recent addition to the hotel. It spans over 400 m2 which makes for one of the largest in Beijing. Overlooking the Liangma River and the burgeoning low-rise residences of Beijing covered in greenery for miles before the high rises can be spotted, makes for a picturesque setting, especially through the floor to ceiling windows.

Like the rest of the hotel, the Bvlgari Suite has also been designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Architectural Firm. There is an obvious presence of modern Italian craftsmanship with some Chinese elements sprinkled around. A primary example is a bamboo woven bed in the suite. The ceilings are really high that makes the suite look grand.

The master bathroom is no less of a marvel. It has a sizable Jacuzzi bathtub done in green onyx. A view of the river and the lush greenery around provide for the ideal relaxation. The Bvlgari Suite even accompanies an exclusive spa area. It is further supplemented by a treatment room, a sauna and some gym equipment.

The fine Italian furniture compliments well against the black granite floors. A dining table on the side exhibits beautiful art pieces and photographs by Irene Kung. The teak wall finishing adds to the impact of the rooms.