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Bulgari to launch Beijing hotel with two-storey spa
POSTED 10 Aug 2017 . BY Tom Walker
Ultra luxury hotel operator Bulgari Hotels and Resorts will open its fourth property in Beijing next month, which will house a large spa.

The 119-bedroom Bulgari Hotel Beijing – due to open on 27 September – will be located within the mixed-use Genesis complex in the heart of Beijing’s Embassy District.

Facilities include a 1,500sq m (16,100sq ft) Bulgari-branded spa and an Italian-themed restaurant headed by Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito.

The spa, spread over two floors, has 11 treatment rooms, a manicure and pedicure salon, relaxation lounges, a large wet area with steamrooms and saunas and a 25m indoor heated pool.

Other wellness spaces include a gym studio fitted with Technogym equipment and a personal training area.

The spa menu features treatments inspired by traditional Chinese techniques.

Designed by the architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners, Bulgari Hotel Beijing will be marketed as an “urban resort”.

“Our newest addition to The Bulgari collection is an oasis of tranquility that balances art and nature with sculpted gardens that extend along the Liangma River and include Beijing’s Genesis Art Foundation, created by Tadao Ando,” a spokesperson said.

Bulgari is set to open two further hotels during 2017, in Dubai, UAE and Shanghai, China. It is also developing a hotel in Moscow, Russia, which is due to launch in 2019.
 


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Bulgari to launch Beijing hotel with two-storey spa
BY Tom Walker

The 119-bedroom Bulgari Hotel Beijing will be located within the mixed-use Genesis complex in  the heart of Beijing’s Embassy District

The 119-bedroom Bulgari Hotel Beijing will be located within the mixed-use Genesis complex in the heart of Beijing’s Embassy District

Ultra luxury hotel operator Bulgari Hotels and Resorts will open its fourth property in Beijing next month, which will house a large spa.

The 119-bedroom Bulgari Hotel Beijing – due to open on 27 September – will be located within the mixed-use Genesis complex in the heart of Beijing’s Embassy District.

Facilities include a 1,500sq m (16,100sq ft) Bulgari-branded spa and an Italian-themed restaurant headed by Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito.

The spa, spread over two floors, has 11 treatment rooms, a manicure and pedicure salon, relaxation lounges, a large wet area with steamrooms and saunas and a 25m indoor heated pool.

Other wellness spaces include a gym studio fitted with Technogym equipment and a personal training area.

The spa menu features treatments inspired by traditional Chinese techniques.

Designed by the architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners, Bulgari Hotel Beijing will be marketed as an “urban resort”.

“Our newest addition to The Bulgari collection is an oasis of tranquility that balances art and nature with sculpted gardens that extend along the Liangma River and include Beijing’s Genesis Art Foundation, created by Tadao Ando,” a spokesperson said.

Bulgari is set to open two further hotels during 2017, in Dubai, UAE and Shanghai, China. It is also developing a hotel in Moscow, Russia, which is due to launch in 2019.



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