Bulgari Hotel Beijing

An oasis of sleek Italian luxury

Overlooking the leafy low-rise Chaoyang district, trendy Sanlitun and the central business district beyond, Bulgari Hotel Beijing is an oasis of calm and Italian style in the Chinese capital.

With interiors by famed Italian firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, the hotel blends contemporary design with classic luxury, utilizing warm natural earth tones and imported premium leather, wood and marble throughout.

Regular visitors to Bulgari Hotels will feel in their element, with only subtle design choices nodding to Chinese influence on the property, such as the white tea fragrance and bamboo wall coverings.

But the Beijing hotel’s major highlight can be found outdoors, where majestically sculpted gardens from renowned landscape designer Enzo Enea create a serene respite from the bustling capital. Make time to stroll along the riverside walkway before setting foot inside your regal retreat.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • With volcanic Vincenza stone walls, corner columns and soft lighting, the indoor pool area recalls an ancient Roman bath. Relax in a private cabana or recharge in the vitality pool, equipped with massage jets and inlaid with real gold and green mosaic tiles in a pattern that echoes the ancient Terme Di Caracalla (baths of Caracalla).
  • Renowned chef Niko Romito brings a philosophy of simplicity and premium Italian ingredients to every dish at Il Ristorante. The flavorful offerings are complemented by a more than 500-label wine list.
  • Each floor features framed illustrations of iconic pieces of jewelry from the Bulgari archives, paying homage to the luxury house’s 19th-century origins.
  • Founded by renowned personal trainer Lee Mullins, Workshop Gymnasium offers comprehensive workouts and training services founded upon holistic movement assessment, nutritional guidance and metabolic testing. Those following the international program enjoy integrated services, such as recommended menu options and complimentary spa services, at the Beijing hotel.
  • The serene 11-room Bulgari Spa follows the posh property’s design lead, featuring luxe Italian materials with subtle Chinese influences. Even treatments blend these two traditions, most notably in the Himalayan Crystal Healing and Intense Protection Ritual offerings.

Things to Know

  • Each floor has two sets of connected suites, ideal for group or multi-generational travel. Be sure to ask for one of the rooms equipped with steam showers.
  • Concierge service starts well before arrival via WeChat, ensuring the luxury hotel team can meet your requirements before check-in.
  • Rooms on the southeast corner have the best light and view over the Liangma River. Fishermen and swimmers navigate the waters in warmer months and are replaced by ice skaters in winter.
  • Il Bar regularly showcases renowned guest bartenders, but if your trip doesn’t coincide with one of these special visits, you can also opt for a private cocktail-making class available upon request.
  • Zip around town in one of the hotel’sMaserati limousines.

The Rooms

  • No matter which of the 119 accommodations you book, you’ll enjoy a peaceful light-filled space outfitted with a walk-in closet, modern Italian furniture and spacious bathrooms with black granite soaking tubs and separate white Navona travertine showers.
  • Sound-insulating vertical wood paneling, plush carpets and a strategic floor plan ensure maximum privacy and discretion.
  • The 2,098-square-foot west-facing Terrace Suite is good for large groups, boasting a spacious living room, stylish outdoor entertaining area and catering facilities.
  • At 4,090 square feet, The Bulgari Suite is one of the largest accommodations in the capital. High ceilings, teak accents and floor-to-ceiling windows keep things bright and airy, while luxe touches like two Murano glass chandeliers, a private spa treatment room and sauna, and prints of iconic Italian and Chinese sights by artist Irene Kung create a sense of exclusivity.

The Restaurants

  • The 70-seat Il Ristorante Niko Romito gives a taste of Italy with a regional twist. À la carte selections might include housemade potato ravioli with octopus ragu, braised Guangdong chicken with olives and capers, or herb-marinated Australian beef carpaccio.
  • The sleek restaurant and bar extend onto a terrace, which flows seamlessly into the Enzo Enea-designed sculpted gardens and cultural space on the banks of the Liangma River. In the warmer months, be sure to snag an alfresco seat to take in the view.
  • Inspired by the Roman Fontana della Barcaccia, the glowing hand-hammered bronze bar is a gathering point for Beijing’s elite. This is a wonderful spot to enjoy the hotel’s aperitivo hour.
  • Il Ristorante is famous for its Sunday brunch. The sumptuous spread is a tribute to the property’s Italian roots, featuring antipasti, fresh seafood and roasted meats, all complemented by free-flowing bubbles.

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Getting There
Building 2 Courtyard No. 8 Xinyuan South Road Chaoyang District Beijing, 100027 China
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