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Shangri-La Hotel

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7 /10

Place overview

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The historic Shangri-la hotel has the best position in Paris, as it is looking at the Seine river and the Eiffel Tower, which is also visible from some rooms, from your bed. The hotel is just dipped in luxury, and the interior and exterior are just beyond real.

History

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The initial hotel was constructed in 1896 for Prince Roland Bonaparte, who lived there for years. It now belongs to the famous Shangri-La Group, from 2006. Construction was made over the next four years, and in 2010, Shangri-La finally opened its doors for the public.

Site features

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Together, 100 rooms and suites are furnished in a mixture of modern technology and ancient luxurious style. There are plenty of room types, where the price can range within a couple of thousands of euros.

Of course, there is a restaurant with a Michelin star here, called "Shang Palace", the only Chinese restaurant Michelin star in France. There is the "La Bauhinia" for a more casual restaurant, which has an impressive glass roof that is worth visiting. During the evening, guests can enjoy the "Botanist Bar", specializing in unique cocktails and the best world spirits.

Shangri-La Paris has to offer the "Chi Spa", which offers highly luxurious service, with the best professionals. Everything is inspired by Asian culture, so you will feel that you have been teleported to oriental countries for a moment.

Besides that, there are conference rooms, business lounges, and event organizations, where weddings are the most popular.

Visiting information and tips

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Rate per night: From 1400 Euros.

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The Shangri-La Hotel has a standard rating score of 7 .


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