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Lavish hotel occupying Floors 34 through 52 of a dramatic, glass-clad 1,016-foot pyramidal tower, granting astounding panoramas of London. Full review →
The view from this sleek Renzo Piano-designed building, of which the hotel occupies the 34th to 52nd floors, alone is worth the trip. Full review →
Its location, just behind City Hall, puts it within walking distance of Borough Market, Shakespeare's Globe, Southbank Centre, and the Tower of London. Full review →
Shangri-La Hotel group’s first property in the U.K. enjoys a spectacular location within The Shard, London’s megawatt skyscraper. Designed by world-famous architect Renzo Piano and open... Full review →As the highest bar in London, viewing the sunset here is particularly popular here; there are several different areas to choose from, depending on your mood.
When you take a bath (in your marble-coated washroom with heated floors), you may feel as if you're flying over the Thames and the Tower of London. Full review →
The hotel skillfully blends modern decor and traditional Eastern sensibilities to create a one-of-a-kind experience for guests seeking accommodations drenched in luxury. Full review →
Serene sleep with a a sky-high pool and cocktail bar in Renzo Piano's stunning London showpiece. Full review →
The Shangri-La's first UK opening gives London its first five-star hotel south of the Thames and breathtaking views from the highest hotel (above ground level) in Western Europe. Full review →
Besieged by continuing delays, this hotel in one of London's tallest buildings is yet to open, causing some embarrassment to Shangri-La. Problems with the hotel's builders caused the... Full review →
You can't get a hotel room much closer to the clouds. Full review →
The launch of the Shangri-La hotel offers the first opportunity for sky-high sleepovers. Full review →
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