Niko Romito, one of the most famous chefs in the world, with three Michelin stars in his restaurant Reale in Abruzzo - ranked 43rd among the 50 best restaurants in the world - is the curator of the cuisine at Bulgari Hotel Beijing, an indescribably luxurious hotel that transports us to worlds of pleasure.
For Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, Romito has specially designed a new concept that, while retaining the fundamental philosophy of simplicity, synthesis and the search for the quintessential flavor that has made his restaurant famous throughout the world, also contains elements that are very original. His aim was to establish a true "canon" of contemporary Italian cuisine that expresses the culture, elegance, and vitality of 'Made in Italy' to the fullest.
Working from Casadonna, the old monastery that houses the Reale restaurant and its laboratories, and applying the research method that originated the other formats in its business system (Spazio, Bomba and Intelligenza Nutrizionale), Romito brings to the kitchen of the Bulgari Beijing a menu that is the result of almost two years of study.
The exquisitely beautiful Bulgari Beijing follows the same approach as all the hotels of this prestigious chain: the design of the interiors is strongly rooted in the traditions of the place, and special attention is paid to every detail in a tribute to absolute luxury.
A perfect blend of tradition and innovation, the luxurious Bvlgari Beijing hotel is located in the heart of the most exclusive district of the city. Known as an "urban complex", the hotel combines art and nature. Located next to the Genesis Art Foundation and surrounded by delicate sculpted gardens, this is a sanctuary for the senses.
The Bvlgari Hotel Beijing adds a new jewel to the luxury hospitality collection of The Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts. Designed by the prestigious architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, it is an intimate oasis where the discerning traveler and the sophisticated elite of Beijing can meet nature, art, and magnificent culinary experiences.