Bulgari Hotel & Resorts, Dubai
About Bulgari Hotel & Resorts, Dubai
Bulgari Resort Dubai is impeccably constructed with the same attention to detail and consistency that distinguishes the Italian jeweler's prized creations and is built on its own private island—the seahorse-shaped Jumeira Bay. The resort's low-rise architecture stands out in the sea of skyscrapers that make up Dubai's ever-expanding skyline. This 1.7 million-square-foot site, which includes six residential towers, 15 private mansions, 101 guestrooms and suites, 20 villas, and Bulgari's first-ever Marina and Yacht Club, was designed by the renowned architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.
Although the hotel's custom-designed brise soleil pays tribute to local Middle Eastern tradition, the Bulgari retains a luxurious Italian atmosphere with custom-built contemporary furniture, lavish cashmere sheets, walk-in wardrobes, and silk walls with sketches of Bulgari's crown jewels. Each of the 101 rooms has a balcony with expansive views of the harbor, marina, or skyline (including the Burj Khalifa), as well as an oversized bathtub, separate shower, and a generous supply of Bulgari bath items. The 20 exclusive seafront and skyline villas, each with a private butler on call 24 hours a day, are among Dubai's most lavish accommodations.
The resort accommodates a wide range of preferences. The two "Little Gems" kids' clubs and diverse children's programming, which includes treasure hunts, culinary lessons, costume parties, and more, will appeal to families. Water activities and cycling are available on the property for active travelers. The resort also has six restaurants, including Hoseki, a nine-seat omakase restaurant that overlooks the entire Dubai skyline. Hoseki means "gemstone" in Japanese. Seven relaxation rooms, a vitality tub, a beauty salon, and a fitness centre are also part of the expansive spa.