Located in the elegant 16th arrondissement of Paris, the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is surrounded by the highest concentration of museums in Europe. The hotel enjoys breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine River, Les Invalides, the Louvre, and Montmartre. Guests receive the royal treatment from the start with a pleasantly discreet check-in and attentive staff. The hotel is the former home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s grandnephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte. It contains jaw-dropping architectural and interior design, as well as an elegant façade.
The hotel has the capacity to host cocktail receptions for up to 300 guests, dinners for 150 guests, and buffets for up to 150 people. The hotel’s 9,000 square feet of meeting space has 6 function rooms, the largest of which is 2,691 square feet. What makes the Shangri-La Hotel Paris a truly unique venue? The building has been restored to its original historic beauty. Two-thirds of the meeting rooms are registered under the protection of French Historical Monuments. The historical Grand Salon (max capacity: 280 guests) features original chandeliers, a marble fireplace, and Louis XIV décor. The Salon Roland Bonaparte (max capacity: 260 guests) has elegant French décor and natural daylight. All meeting rooms feature state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, including a large plasma VDU and DVD player, microphone, telephone, video projector, and paperboard. The hotel also offers simultaneous translation systems upon request.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Paris has 101 guest rooms, including 36 suites, all of which are custom-designed and integrate seamlessly into the hotel’s structure. Keeping with European Empire and Asian aesthetics, all rooms and suites (apart from the Signature Suites) are decorated using silk-threaded wallpaper, textured wall panels, and refined crystal hardware on custom-made furnishings.
All rooms are attached to marble bathrooms. Each bathroom comes with a bathtub, heated floors, rainfall shower, and double sinks. The bathrooms also have a flat-screen television above the sinks. Most of the rooms have exterior windows to let in natural light. Some rooms provide a direct view of the Eiffel Tower from the bathtub. Guests can access complimentary Wi-Fi and landline Internet connection from all rooms. The Shangri-La Hotel, Paris also offers its guests BVLGARI White Tea products in every room.
Guests can embark on exceptional culinary journeys at any of the dining establishments at the hotel. There are four fantastic options: the Shang Palace, La Bauhinia, L’Abeille, and Le Bar Botaniste. The Shang Palace offers Cantonese cuisine and earned a Michelin star in 2012. The restaurant’s authentic culinary style and tantalizing food keeps guests coming back for more. La Bauhinia is a great option for guests in the mood for something light. The restaurant offers French and Asian dishes with authentic flavors, along with a grand selection of wines, delicate pastries, and specialty teas. Guests can embark on a culinary voyage at the hotel’s French gastronomic restaurant, L’Abeille, which was awarded two Michelin stars. Le Bar Botaniste offers guests rare botanical spirits. The Pink Lady, Le Bar’s signature cocktail, is just the pick-me-up needed to start off a fun evening.