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With its recently unveiled Bvlgari Suite, Bvlgari Hotel Milano has crafted an oasis of high design for the most discerning of travelers.
In the Bvlgari Suite, guests can rest their heads surrounded by some of the finest design-forward Italian furnishings imaginable.
One of the world's most iconic houses of haute jewelry, Italian-based Bvlgari is also a growing player in the realm of hospitality via its Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, which manages six uberluxe properties in select destinations like Dubai, Beijing and London (with five more on the way between now and 2024).
Curated art and design books fill B&B module libraries in the posh living room.
True to Bvlgari's nearly 140-year history, each is exquisitely outfitted to express the maison's timeless glamour—think design-forward furnishings, extravagant materials and fine custom details. Perhaps no property embodies that ethos more than its home base of Bvlgari Hotel Milano, which has just debuted the stunning top-floor Bvlgari Suite, a more than 2,260-square-foot two-bedroom haven with its own private rooftop garden and a slate of furnishings representing a who's who of Italian design.
Teak finishes add warmth, while accessories nod to the hotel’s central Milan location.
B&B module libraries are stocked with art books; unique furniture pieces by Antonio Citterio's Flexform and Maxalto collections dot the rooms; and a '60s chandelier in Murano glass provides extra punch. Other luxe amenities include a private kitchen, a spa bathroom with a steam shower and a bathtub of carved Brera stone, and a FORME Life full-length mirror and training equipment for in-room workouts by request.
The suite features two bedrooms.
"The new Bvlgari Suite is the ultimate luxury experience," notes Milanese architect Flaviano Capriotti, the project's curator. "The design is timeless and contemporary, and the roof garden has a 360-degree view of Milan's skyline. Like all Bvlgari creations, the suite celebrates the hotel's unique location and blends seamlessly into its surroundings." From its extraordinary location to its jaw-dropping design, it's a hospitality experience that lives up to Bvlgari's dazzling reputation. $995 per night
The spa bathroom boasts a carved Brera stone tub so heavy—nearly 2,000 pounds—that it had to be installed in the room by crane.
Photography by: PHOTOS COURTESY OF BVLGARI