Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts to enter Los Angeles in 2025…
New Bulgari Hotels & Resorts in Los Angeles with Niko Romito’s restaurant
Deborah World | October 13, 2021
Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement with the owner and developer of the project Gary Safady, for a new luxury resort in The Angels. The opening scheduled for 2025 e it will be Bulgari’s second property in the US, following the opening of the Miami hotel planned for 2024, the twelfth gem of the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection.
Where the new Bulgari resort will be built
Located between Santa Monica mountains, less than five miles from Rodeo Drive, the Bulgari Resort Los Angeles it will be immersed in a hilly park of about 13 hectares, surrounded by natural wildlife. The project includes 58 rooms and suites, eight private properties and The Restaurant – Niko Romito, in addition to a Spa of about 1,000 square meters, gym, cinema and a sushi bar with only eight seats. Most of the hotel’s rooms and suites will be located in bungalows. The eight residential properties will have dimensions between 1,100 and 4,500 square meters, each with a land of 4,000 square meters up to a maximum of 8,000 square meters. The topography of the Los Angeles canyons allows for vast open spaces and ensures excellent good privacy. Taking inspiration from the surrounding natural environment, the architecture of the building will be taken care of by South African design studio Studio Saota, while it Milanese architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel who signed all Bulgari Hotels, will create the interiors with an Italian design. In addition, the landscape architecture will be designed by the Swiss landscape architects studio Enea.
Sustainable construction and minimal environmental impact
The resort, known as The Retreat, (The Retreat) will be built in line with the strictest environmental criteria established by the LEED certification program and will adopt the highest sustainable building practices to ensure the minimal environmental impact. In addition, hundreds of ancient trees and native canopy trees of the canyon will be preserved, while about 1,000 mature trees will be planted. Ponds, dry river beds will be built around the property to collect rainwater and hydrate the plants. The project must be submitted for final approval by the City Council and City of Los Angeles Planning Authorities.