Shangri-La Hotel

In 1891, Prince Roland Bonaparte—grand-nephew to Napoleon—chose a prime setting near the Seine River to build an opulent palace, complete with an elaborate carved façade, a vaulted ceiling emblazoned with zodiac symbols, and a dramatic “Stairway of Honor” made from brass and forged steel.

The cultured prince hosted many a lively gathering at his palace—a tradition of hospitality that was revived in 2010, with the opening of the Shangri-La Paris. Following a meticulous restoration, the landmark features a dome-topped marble entryway, original wood floors, stained glass windows, and hand-carved mahogany panels—plus that famous staircase. It’s not just pretty, either: A favorite destination dining spot for locals, the hotel houses the two-Michelin-starred L’Abeille for creative fine dining in a garden-inspired setting, and Shang Palace, the first Chinese restaurant in France to receive a Michelin star.

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