Bulgari Plans To Open A Luxury Resort In Maldives

Bulgari Plans To Open A Luxury Resort In Maldives

Bulgari Plans To Open A Luxury Resort In Maldives
Bulgari Plans To Open A Luxury Resort In Maldives
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Italian luxury brand Bulgari is planning to open a new resort in the Maldives to cater to the brand’s elite clientele.

The resort will span 50 acres of pristine land in the Maldives and feature 33 beach villas with private pools and 43 rooms. Guests will also have access to various other amenities and a boutique store where they can shop for the brand’s latest jewelry and accessories.

“We are particularly proud to have secured such an extraordinary location for the new Bulgari Resort Ranfushi, as the Maldives are a key dreamy destination for our clients from all over the world,” said Jean-Christophe Babin, Bulgari’s CEO.

“We are convinced that this new gem of hospitality addition will ensure once again the highest levels of quality and innovation to our international customers, and we look forward to sharing with them the Bulgari values in hospitality at this new, very exclusive location.”

The resort location will reportedly be Bulgaria’s 13th property since the brand opened its first location in Milan in 2004.

Bulgari is far from being the only luxury brand to venture into the hospitality sector. Other leading brands such as LVMH, Versace, and Dior also operate various high-end hotels and resorts across the world.

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