Originally built in 1896 as the home of French imperial Prince Roland Bonaparte, the most historic areas of the former Palais were listed in 2009 with French institution Monuments Historiques.
In the former home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, overlooking the Eiffel Tower and River Seine, ultimate Parisian elegance lives on in the French capital. After being lovingly restored to its former grandeur, No.10 avenue d’Iéna’s “Palais” was reborn as Shangri-La Hotel, Paris in December 2010.
Centrally located in the 16th arrondissement, minutes from the Champs-Elysées, the hotel blends European grandeur with traditional Asian hospitality.
- Free high speed Internet/Wi-Fi
- Daily refreshed standard fruit basket and tea and coffee set up.
- White Fragrance tea that will be served in the room upon arrival.
- Personalized in-room check-in for both rooms & suites
- SPA access (hamman, fitness and swimming pool with daylight)
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Food and Drink
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, hosts two restaurants, overseen by Executive Chef Christophe Moret, the only Chinese Michelin starred restaurant “Shang Palace” and La Bauhinia, which offers both French and South-East Asian cuisines.
Europe’s first Shang Palace restaurant opened in Paris in 2011. In 2012, it became the only Chinese restaurant in France to be awarded a Michelin star.
Inspired by Southeast China’s culinary traditions, the restaurant offers authentic Chinese cuisine by Chef Samuel Lee. The venue includes a main dining room and two private dining rooms.
La Bauhinia offers a unique ambience in the heart of the hotel, beneath a stunning glass cupola, which bathes the restaurant in daylight.
French and Southeast Asian dishes are proposed, offering a balanced blend of authentic international flavours. Guests can also enjoy the EUR 44 lunch menu created by Chef Christophe Moret.
Le Bar Botaniste
Honouring the favourite pastime of the palace’s original resident, Prince Roland Bonaparte, Le Bar Botaniste celebrates botany with rare botanical spirits. The nature-inspired bar features plants under cloches in each corner, and authentic absinthe fountains.
Chi, The Spa
Chi, The Spa at Shangri-La draws inspiration from the legendary Shangri-La – a place of personal peace, enchantment and well-being. Located in what were originally the stables of Prince Roland Bonaparte’s hôtel particulier, Chi, The Spa includes fitness facilities, a pool with outdoor terrace and a beauty treatment centre.
The fitness room overlooks the swimming pool terrace. State-of-the-art equipment includes cycling machines and treadmills, an elliptical trainer, a stepper, a Vario cardio-training machine and a multi-functional exercise machine.
An area for weight lifting, mat exercises, weights and Kinesis strength training can be used independently or with a coach.
Originally built in 1896 as the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte – Napoleon’s grandnephew – Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, is situated in the elegant 16th arrondissement of Paris.
Located amidst one of the concentrations of museums in the world, this historic residence features incredible views of the Eiffel Tower and Seine River, Les Invalides, the Louvre and Montmartre.
A short stroll away from the hotel are some of Paris’ renowned landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe, the Place de la Concorde and the Jardin des Tuileries. Exclusive designer shops on the famed Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V are also within easy reach, as are many renowned museums.
It all begins with the elegant Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, which is sure to entice, ensnare and enchant you.