As a travel blogger, I have the pleasure of staying at many beautiful hotels. However, my stay at the Shangri-La Paris has officially topped my list of incredibly memorable stays!
My sister and I spent three nights celebrating her birthday in Paris and it’s safe to say that the hotel made us feel like princesses. From the stunning gardens to the Eiffel Tower views and more, the Shangri-La Paris fulfills every expectation for a luxury hotel stay.
It’s no surprise that this hotel was originally built in 1896 as the home of French Imperial Prince Roland Bonaparte. Although once a palace fit for a prince, the Shangri-La Paris boasts a warm and authentic ambiance while combining both Asian and French influences beautifully. Not only is this hotel grand but the staff is incredibly kind as well. Upon walking into the hotel, you’re immediately greeted with a warm smile and a feeling of home.
Located at 10 Avenue d’Iéna in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, which remains one of the most elegant neighborhoods in Paris. It’s also just short walks away from Palais de Tokyo, the Eiffel Tower and Place Trocadero, a gorgeous look out point to the Eiffel Tower. In addition to these sights, the hotel is also a short walk away from avenue Montaigne and Champs-Élysées.
With soft tones, natural light, french doors and views all around, the room will make you never want to leave. And why should you when you can sight-see from the luxury of your own room? Each room and suite has a marble bathroom with heated floors, bathtub, rainfall shower and BVLGARI toiletry products. All rooms are equipped with complimentary Wi-fi.
La Suite Impériale
We had the pleasure of going on a walking tour of the hotel and one of the most grand rooms we explored was the La Suite Impériale which was originally Roland Bonaparte’s private apartment. The suite is listed as a Monument historique and is about 2,960 square feet. The master bedroom was my favorite with gorgeous tones of blue.
Hotel and Amenities
Ideal for hosting weddings, conferences, banquets, the hotel is also home to a mini Versailles. I mean look how gorgeous this room is!
The sweeping staircase in the lobby and the gardens are to die for.
CHI, The Spa
The hotel is also home to this gorgeous 15 x 6m swimming pool bathed in natural light and the spa offers various facial and body treatments.
Dining: La Bauhinia
We dined at La Bauhinia for lunch and breakfast, one of three restaurants inside the Shangri-La. The glass cupola allows natural light to seep in and illuminate the gorgeous room. The airy room also offers Afternoon tea and dinner.
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I was hosted by Shangri-La Hotels. As always, all opinions are my own.