This gorgeous historic mansion, built at the end of the 19th-century by Napoléon’s grand-nephew Prince Roland Bonaparte, sits on the hillside near Trocadéro overlooking the Eiffel Tower. Years of painstaking restoration has saved many of the architectural elements of this listed historic monument, and careful recreations of the original decor of the period makes the first Shangri-La hotel in Europe feel like it was simply dusted off and put into service.
As a five-star palace hotel, you can expect attentive service…it seems like an army of staff await at the entrance, the lobby, the bar, and throughout the dining and lounge areas to attend to the needs of guests and local visitors. Unlike many palace hotels in Paris, there are plenty of seating areas in the salons off the lobby.
As you arrive at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, its elegant façade brings to mind its legacy as the former home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s grandnephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte. Attentive staff and a pleasantly discreet check-in ensure that you receive the royal treatment right from the start.
In your room, commanding views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine hold you transfixed. The old-world elegance of the room, lovingly adorned with the fine work of craftsmen, is mirrored in the city that lies just below.