Shangri-La Hotel

Paris, France

Originally built in 1896 as the home of French imperial Prince Roland Bonaparte, the most historic areas of the former Palais were listed in 2009 with French institution Monuments Historiques.

Today, the iconic building once again welcomes Parisians and world travellers within its walls, 114 years after the prince first opened the doors of his residential palace to Parisian society.

With 101 rooms and suites, three restaurants, two of which are Michelin-starred, one Bar and four historical reception rooms, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris cultivates a warm and authentic ambience, drawing the best from two cultures: the Asian art of hospitality and the French art of living. 

South-facing and bathed in natural light, 40 per cent of the rooms and 60 per cent of the suites feature a breathtaking, direct view of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine. The majority of rooms and suites are large enough and equipped to entertain friends, family or business partners. Nearly half of the rooms and suites feature a private balcony.

The exceptional 15 x 6m swimming pool is bathed in natural daylight as is the fitness room. Two elegant treatment rooms offer a selection of facial and body treatments by The Organic Pharmacy.

Key Information:
Distance from the airport:
17 miles
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Child friendly:
  • Free high speed Internet/Wi-Fi 
  • Daily refreshed standard fruit basket and tea and coffee set up. 
  • White Fragrance tea that will be served in the room upon arrival.
  • Personalized in-room check-in for both rooms & suites
  • SPA access (hamman, fitness and swimming pool with daylight)

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