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Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai
4.7/51315 Reviews

Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai

The North Bund Area Shanghai|0.34km from Yipinmao Xinxingwang Art Museum (Shanghai Xingwang International Clothing City)

Latest booking 11 hrs ago

Bvlgari Unable to travel over the festive season, I decided to treat myself to a few days in a local hotel. What other choice was there, other than the Bvlgari? Prior to my arrival I received a call from the hotel. They confirmed my arrival time, made dinner reservations for me, added me to WeChat and offered me any other help that I required. Upon arrival I was greeted by Eva. She checked me in and immediately offered me a late check out time of 14:00. This was extended further on the final day to 16:00. Fantastic! More time to relax by the pool and in the sauna. Having checked me in, Eva gave me a tour of the property. The Bvlgari is stunning!From the stylish restoration of the Chamber of Commerce building to the sleek, modern interior of the main building. The Bvlgari is located in an excellent position by Suzhou Creek. It offers dazzling views of Lujiazui , the Huangpu River and the rear of The Bund. Perhaps one of the best views in the city. Of course, the room was magnificent. Huge TV, super comfortable bed, walk-in wardrobe and a wide selection of drinks and snacks, most of which were complimentary. I especially thought the pillow mist was a nice touch. In addition to the welcome snacks, Eva brought me a desert from their little cabin outside. A delicious Italian, vanilla donut- like desert. Good job I didn’t have lunch that day. I dined at both the Italian and Chinese restaurants. Both of which offer amazing food. The Italian presents simplistic fare with the emphasis on fresh ingredients. The vegetable broth and specialty bread is to die for. The Chinese restaurant offers high quality Cantonese food and an alternative wine selection to that in the main building. The sommelier suggested a great wine pairing for the meal and also provided a complimentary glass of champagne and a coffee liqueur before escorting back to the hotel. Le Mer products are used in the spa! Yes, this is fantastic. My therapist, Daisy, had me in the state of being between consciousness and unconsciousness many times during the course of my treatment. Just what I was looking for. The staff at the Bvlgari are excellent. Young, professional and obviously well trained, evident through their subject knowledge and warm hearted service. All the staff consistently addressed me by name and ensured that my stay was perfect. Whilst at the bar, one of the girls presumed I was asking for the bill, when actually I was asking for another drink. I left to visit the WC and returned to find a note apologizing for her misunderstanding of English accompanying a complimentary desert with my drink. That was amazing! Thank you, Elsker. It’s often the small things that make a difference. Whilst walking to my room one of the room attendants was vacuuming the carpet. She abruptly stopped and waited for me to pass. Whilst at the pool, I headed towards the jacuzzi. Some of the staff appeared to be fixing or checking something, but they swiftly disappeared as I emerged. Upon checkout, Eva was waiting for me with a gift bag containing chocolates. This was in addition to the luggage tags and toiletries that were gifted by the turn down service the previous night. Eva called me a car to take me home. Whilst I waited she filled my gift bag with sweets from the huge jars of confectionery in the lobby. As the doorman approached to let me know my car had arrived, he also presented a small gift of Bvlgari toiletry products. What an amazing experience.! Truly remarkable. I will definitely return and I’ll be adding locations in Paris, London, Bali and Milan to my list of places to visit. Thank you to the entire Bvlgari team. From those excellent customer facing members of staff to those who are behind the scenes and make things run so well. You all do a fantastic job and I wish you all the greatest success on the future. If you get a chance, visit the Bvlgari.

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4/5689 Reviews
The North Bund Area
It was not the first time when we stayed here. The location is good andthe hotel is also fine. The only problem was that it was not possible to modify the dates to make the stay a day longer. It was within the time when it should be possible, but it was possible by an upgrade only. I had to book a more expensive room. It is a bit absurd...
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Our room is so big! So wide and the bed is very comfortable! A great experience, next time I come to Shanghai, I still live here! Great, the young lady at the front desk is also very good! First class service
4.6/528 Reviews
The North Bund Area
The location is close to the subway and the transportation is very convenient. It is opposite to the Post Museum, Zhapu Road Bridge and Waibaidu Bridge. You can enjoy the three-piece scenery of Lujiazui on the bridge. It is also close to the North Bund. The night view is good and there are few people. It is a section of the bridge that is the World Building Complex. The night view is bustling. The room is clean and hygienic, the landlord responded quickly 😊
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4.6/541 Reviews
The North Bund Area
The location is good, it is in a high-rise community, not far from the subway, and it is found quickly by positioning. The room is more spacious than I thought, very suitable for a family to play, my daughter likes the feeling of going up and down the stairs, and likes to nest in the small space on it. By the way, the landlord is very enthusiastic, like one

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