Shangri-La Paris, Paris - GoKurban
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Welcome to Shangri-La Paris

Shangri-La Paris Today, the palace at 10 avenue d?Iéna has once again become an address for Paris? chic and cultured set, just as it was more than a century ago. Nestled in the refined, residential 16th arrondissement between the Place des Etats-Unis, Place d?Iéna and the iconic Trocadero high on Chaillot Hill, the hotel is located across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. The area has one of the highest concentrations of museums in Europe. Just steps away, the renowned Guimet Museum offers Paris? most extensive permanent collection of Asian art and oriental exhibits. Art lovers will enjoy the treasures of the Palais Galliera, Palais de Tokyo, Museum of Man, Museum of Modern Art and the Marmottan Monet Museum, all within walking distance.Spacious French style bedrooms by French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon - Courtyard view Elegant marble bathrooms with bathtub and separate walk-in shower - Flatscreen TV - Bulgari Amenities Nespresso Machine - Electronic Safe - Broadband Internet Access-King or twin bed on request. 36 sqm / 385 sqfLA BAUHINIA: The airy and luminous lounge restaurant seats 80, offering continual service from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Western and Oriental classic dishes, focusing on authentic traditional cuisine. Asian dishes include Yam Som O and Otak-Otak; French include Tartare of salmon, sea bream and rock oyster as well as Roasted saddle of milk-fed lamb. L'ABEILLE (2 Michelin stars): L?Abeille (?The Bee? in French) opened on March 15, 2011 and refers to the imperial insignia of the Bonaparte family, an emblem that has been subtly incorporated into the restaurant?s décor. Chef Phillippe Labbé offers dishes composed like a pitch-perfect musical scale, featuring highly creative modern variations on classic French dishes. SHANG PALACE (1 Michelin star): Chef Frank Xu and his brigade of four Hong Kong chefs assure the authentic culinary style of the hotel's Cantonese restaurant. The décor; likewise its ambience and décor has been signed by a Hong Kong-based interior decorator Le Bar is designed after a Napoleonic post-Egyptian theme, invoking a romantic sense of voyage and adventure. The black granite, bronze and mahogany bar are complemented by tones of jade and a nearby Tisserand bronze light fixture. Le Bar?s sophisticated and cosy atmosphere is a perfect backdrop to sample Head Barman Christophe Léger?s Asian-influenced cocktails, which feature exotic flavours such as horseradish, wasabi, soy sauce, Szechuan peppers, ginger, kaffir lime and pomegranatePassing through the original iron gates, guests arrive in a small, protected courtyard under the restored glass porte cochère. Two Ming Dynasty inspired vases flank the entryway and set the tone from the outset for Asia-meets-Paris elegance.A hand-carved reception desk to the left of the entrance provides a welcoming and residential ambience. To the right, visitors take a step back in time to 1896 as they enter the historic billiard room with a fireplace, fumoir and waiting room. Bathed in natural light, the hotel lobby features high ceilings and refurbished marble. Its thoughtfully placed alcoves offer discreet nooks for guests to consult with Shangri-La personnel. Imperial insignias and ornate monograms of Prince Roland Bonaparte, subtly integrated into the architecture, are complemented with Asian influence in the decor and ambience of the hotel and its restaurants, bar and salons.With 81 rooms and suites, three restaurants, one Bar and four events and reception rooms, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris cultivates a warm and authentic ambience, drawing the best from two cultures: the Asian art of hospitality and the French art of living.(c) Donvand Limited 2015