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Airy, light-filled spaces by Pierre Yves Rochon showcase European Empire and minimalist Asian decorative influences. Full review →
Magnificent hotel in an 1896 mansion, the former home of Napoleon’s nephew, on a hillside in the 16th arrondissement. Full review →
Near the Trocadero in the buttoned-up sixteenth arrondissement, the Shangri-La occupies an elegant 1896 limestone mansion. Full review →
A short walk from the Palais Galliera fashion museum and the Musée d’Art Moderne, in the grandest part of the 16th arrondissement, stands the majestic Shangri-La Paris. Full review →
Opened in December 2010, this stellar hotel is already a classic, with half of the rooms facing the Eiffel Tower, and more than 60% with their own balconies. Full review →
It’s only fitting that the first Shangri-La in Europe would be housed in a Parisian palace Full review →Open for dinner only on Tuesday through Saturday, L’Abeille allows you to choose from an à la carte or tasting menu.
The luxury Hong Kong hotelier opened its first Paris address at the end of 2010 inside a beautifully restored national monument. Full review →
When it comes to new Parisian hotels, the finest cannot help but pay tribute to the city's rich history, as Shangri-La Hotel, Paris demonstrates. Full review →
Shangri-La’s first European hotel is a majestic mansion with Eiffel Tower views and Michelin-starred cuisine. Full review →
Its classic architecture encompasses grandiose lounges, opulent luxury and dining options for every taste. A true sense of exclusivity!
Because of its meticulous restoration and attention to detail, Shangri-La feels like a boutique hotel, or a museum in which you can spend the night. Full review →
Service is a Shangri-La trademark, and is available 24/7. Pets are allowed. Full review →
The 101 suites and bedrooms evoke a grand classical lifestyle, some with balconies from which you can almost touch the Eiffel Tower across the river. Full review →
Painstakingly restored in a manner worthy of its gilded, hand-painted, mosaic- and mahogany-trimmed heyday. Full review →
There was much deliberation whether or not Shangri-La, could successfully transport is signature brand of Asian hospitality to European soil. Full review →
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