I also can't help with what is specifically available in Europe, but most smart bulbs do act in the way you describe. Two exceptions that I'm aware of include Ikea Tradfri (would not recommend this) and Sengled (can pair directly to Hubitat). These are both Zigbee, which in my opinion is the best protocol for smart bulbs among the current options. (Wi-Fi isn't inhrerently bad, but if you have a lot of bulbs, most home routers have a limit to the number of clients, and it won't create a mesh network to extend range like most Zigbee and Z-Wave bulbs do. There are very few Z-Wave bulbs, and the only one I've used was not very bright.)
A third exception--and I'm pretty sure this is available in Europe based on Philips' marketing--is Philips Hue with a Hue Bridge, which integrates with Hubitat over the LAN. The Hue app can be used to configure various power-restore settings for Hue bulbs, including what you describe. They can pair directly to Hubitat (over Zigbee) but can't be configured to use this setting there, and you probably wouldn't want to do this with Hue--or most Zigbee buls (except Sengled) anyway due to problems many are known to have when acting as repeaters on your network. That's why I'd recommend the Bridge.
Unfortunately, they are a bit expensive. In my opinion, however, they are worth it--good color and whites (something I've seen lack in other color bulbs, especially at non-2700K temperatures) on the latest generations, a few different bulb styles (unfortunately nothing like a 75W or 100W bulb equivalent, though a Light Strip Plus is surprisingly bright and can be made more so with extensions), and--important for me--a well documented local API using the Bridge, which other platforms like Hubitat can leverage.