Private cinema experiences, personal in-suite shopping with Harvey Nichols and specialised wellness and family staycation packages are all part of the plan for the reopening of Bulgari London.
The Knightsbridge hotel reopens on 10 September after being closed for several months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bulgari Spa has already reopened but when the hotel opens, it will feature a range of Bulgari Staycations as it pivots to attract more UK travellers.
The hotel said each of its suggestions focuses on “an element of life missed during the prolonged lockdown”.
As well as the personal shopping in-suite in partnership with Harvey Nichols, suggestions under B.Private include in-room hair appointments, private use of the hotel’s Screening Room, and a ‘bubble’ dinner party created in-suite featuring Italian cuisine from Sette and craft cocktails from Nolita Social; B.Private costs from from £3,900 per night.
The hotel has worked with Dazzle & Fizz to offer either a virtual or socially distanced children’s entertainer to provide activities such as cryptic challenges, arts and crafts, or story time for younger children as part of B.Family.
In the evening, family film nights can be created in the hotel’s private cinema, with a wide range of films on offer with popcorn and sliders.
Following each stay, guests are also gifted four weeks’ complimentary membership of Vesta by Dazzle & Fizz, an online platform featuring activities, arts and crafts, story time and mindfulness. B.Family is a two-night experience, from £1,170 per night for two adults and two children.
Other staycation packages include B.Active to kick-start guest’s wellbeing regimes; while B.Beautiful offers a range of rejuvenating treatments in the spa, which has a 25-metre pool.
The hotel will also donate 10% from each Bulgari Staycation to Oxford University’s Jenner Institute to fund research into Covid-19 and other virus vaccines, via the new Bulgari Virus Free Fund.