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Go behind the scenes with a movie tour of Paris and take a walk in the footsteps of the film stars who have graced the city. The tour will take in riverbanks, bridges, cafes, parks, restaurants and bookshops, all of which have featured in films including Rosemary’s Baby, The Devil Wears Prada and Midnight in Paris.
65 Rooms, 33 Suites & 3 Signature Suites
La Bauhinia – French and South-East Asian contemporary cuisine * L’Abeille – Michelin-starred gourmet French restaurant * Le Shang Palace – Michelin-starred traditional Chinese, Cantonese-inspired restaurant * Le Bar and its lounges – one bar and three historic lounges
Concierge • 24-hour in-room dining • 24-hour laundry / dry-cleaning / pressing • Complimentary shoeshine service • Services and amenities for younger guests • Valet parking • Business centre and four function rooms • Car rental • Taxi and limousine service * 24-hour fitness centre * Personal trainer on request * Swimming pool * Hammam * Health club with outdoor terrace * In-room spa treatments
Orly Airport (20km)
Notre Dame * Grand Palais * Arc de Triomphe * Place de la Concorde * Jardin des Tuileries * Eiffel Tower
Shangri-La Hotel Paris France boasts an enviable location in the centre of Paris, opposite the Eiffel Tower and just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysees. Shangri-La Hotel Paris France is within easy walking distance of a collection of the city’s most exclusive boutiques and amidst one of the highest concentrations of museums in the world. It is also situated just a short stroll from the Arc de Triomphe, the Place de la Concorde and the Jardin des Tuileries. Shangri-La Hotel Paris France is ideal for leisure and culture seekers looking for the finest accommodation with a privileged location in this historic metropolis.
Look & Feel
As the former home of Napoleon’s grandnephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte, and the meeting place of Paris’ elite, this building boasts an elegant façade and impressive history. As a listed Historical Monument and the first Shangri-La to open in Europe, celebrated architect Richard Martinet has renovated Shangri-La Hotel Paris France to an impeccable standard. The design concept frames the hotel chain’s signature Asian hospitality with an award-winning French interior design introduced with the assistance of designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. This blend of luxury minimalist and regal styles features throughout the elegant public spaces and is particularly notable in the stylish La Bauhinia restaurant where the food is as elegant as the décor.
Guest rooms include hand-crafted features and furnishings, and a sophisticated blue, gold and cream colour scheme designed to recall the atmosphere and feel of a high-class Parisian residence. In the en-suite bathrooms, heated marble flooring, walk-in showers and televisions in the mirrors enhance the luxe feel. Many of the rooms afford views of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Montmartre and the River Seine, enhancing the hotel’s wonderful location in the heart of the City of Lights and enhancing the majestic atmosphere of this former royal residence.
“Guest rooms include a sophisticated blue, gold and cream atmosphere designed to recall the atmosphere of a high-class Parisian residence.”
Shangri-La Hotel Paris France is steeped in history and bursting with character. The signature suites embody its iconic status; the 275 square metre La Suite Impériale was originally Roland Bonaparte’s private apartment and features many period details including original ornate mouldings. In keeping with the Shangri-La chain’s reputation for the highest level of hospitality, guests are given the royal treatment with an exceptional yet discreet service in every aspect. Two of the hotel’s restaurants have been awarded Michelin stars for their exceptional qualities, making for an atmospheric location within which to sample some of Paris’ finest cuisine.
The hotel features the largest indoor swimming pool in Paris, with a spa and fitness centre that are housed in the palace’s former stables.