Located in a very calm residential area with unobstructed view of the "Tour Eiffel" and the Seine river.
Ornate exterior features created in 1896 set the grand tone at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, a heritage luxury hotel in one of Paris' most beloved neighborhoods. The hotel had to exude an air of royalty, as it originally served as a home for Napolean's grandnephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte.
Visitors to the hotel will find themselves flanked by more arts, culture, and history than can be absorbed in one day: The Louvre, Montmartre, and Les Invalides are all within a jaunty stroll. Inside Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, the visual onslaught doesn't let up, as illustrated by the grand curved staircase that begs to be descended by a princess in full regalia.
The inimitable Pierr-Yves Rochon has filled 45 rooms with beauty, utilizing a refined palate including rich golds, blues, and beige. Weary eyes and feet can refresh in the hotel's pool, the largest indoor option in Paris.
Under a glass roof, La Bauhinia serves perfect French cuisine in exquisite surrounds. After your meal, hideout in the dark and handsome Le Bar, where fine cocktails are mixed with a side of intrigue.