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History, elegance and spectacular views meet at Shangri-La Paris, once the residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte. Admire the Eiffel Tower from your room, or embark on an adventure through a unique blend of French and Asian culture to discover what really makes the City of Light tick.

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Live Like a Bonaparte in a Parisian Palace

A stay at Shangri-La Paris is rich in history, elegance and breathtaking views of the city's most iconic monument.

This intimate Palace, listed as a Historical Monument, cultivates the heritage of the former home of Prince Roland Bonaparte and concentrates the finest French know-how with a delicate blend of Parisian elegance and Asian hospitality. This residence, built in 1896, has been carefully restored to its original glory. If you are looking to immerse yourself in the grand and eclectic style of the late 18th century, the extraordinary Prince Bonaparte Apartment is the place to be.

Have a Michelin-Starred Meal in the 16th Arrondissement

Shang Palace, the only Chinese Michelin starred restaurant in France, is where you’ll find an ever-evolving menu of authentic dishes from the Far East. To discover French gastronomic heritage with a nod to the Southeast Asian roots of Shangri-La, visit La Bauhinia and sit under the stunning glass cupola whilst indulging dishes created by Executive Chef Quentin Testart. Sweet tooth? Pastry Chef Maxence Barbot will help satisfy it at La Bauhinia over a dessert or every weekend with his Tea time.

Sail the River Seine in a Stylish Riva Boat

Embark on a Parisian adventure and discover the City of Light like you've never seen it before at Shangri-La Paris, former residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte.

After a nice walk by the Seine or a short car ride, board for an exclusive private boat ride on the river Seine, to savor the city from a whole new viewpoint. Go with the flow, sit back and relax as the Parisian banks glide before your eyes.  

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Discover the Legendary Ritual of Sabering 

Legend has it that champagne sabering dates back to the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte was used to celebrate both victory and defeat in battle.

Every evening at 7 pm in the Lounges, you can travel back in time by watching the sabering show which pay tribute to this ancient ritual and our first resident, Prince Roland Bonaparte.
Be Pampered Like a Prince or Princess

Hidden in the former stables of Prince Roland Bonaparte's residence you’ll find of a wellness paradise that will become your personal place of peace and relaxation - CHI, The Spa.

Relax with a swim in one of the largest indoor pools in Paris, framed by marble columns and bathed in natural light. Don’t leave without trying our selection of naturally inspired treatments, from an Urban Detox to a Jet Peel treatment and a holistic CBD massage.
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