It is so easy to fall in love with the city of Paris, but even easier to fall head over heels in love with the Shangri-La Paris. Immerse yourself in old-world elegance in the former home of Prince Roland Bonaparte. The Shangri-La Paris exudes sophistication, with a romantic and regal ambience throughout. Situated close to the Eiffel Tower and the river Seine you can expect some remarkable views fit for a prince. Take a stroll through the streets of Paris and take in the sites, take some time out in the full-service spa followed by a dip in the indoor pool. Treat yourself to a delicious meal in the Michelin Star Shang Palace for some remarkable Cantonese cuisine, and finish your night with a first-class cocktail overlooking the glistening Eiffel Tower.
La Suite Chaillot
The boutique suite of La Suite Chaillot offers a perfect fusion between modern and historic. It is proudly named after the neighbourhood surrounding the hotel, La Suite Chaillot is the ultimate retreat in the heart of the 16th arrondissement. This one-bedroom suite exudes first-class with a walk-in dressing room, a separate living room with a guest washroom, a dining area that can accommodate up to 6 guests and a mesmerizing wraparound terrace that makes you feel you can reach out and touch the Eiffel Tower.
La Suite Shangri-La
The luxury La Suite Shangri-La is situated on the top floor of the palais, the showstopping La Suite Shangri-La is a modern haven with some of the most exquisite views of the Eiffel Tower. This one-bedroom suite features a walk-in dressing room, a separate living room and a dining area, a functional kitchenette, a guest bathroom and most importantly, a magnificent terrace offering endless romantic backdrops of the City of Lights.
L'Appartement Prince Bonaparte
Transport yourself back in time with pepperings of modern taste in L'Appartement fit for a prince. Situated on the second floor, this was originally the private residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte and holds a firm place in history. This expansive one-bedroom suite has 5-metre-high ceilings with authentic crown mouldings and gilt work, Versailles-style parquet floors, period artwork and decor that seamlessly blends classic French late 18th-century design with subtle Asian influences.