If you are looking for an exceptional place to celebrate your Parisian destination wedding with great fanfare: the Shangri-La Paris will be yours.
Originally the Shangri-La, Paris was the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, making you feel like a modern-day prince. And a place that suited the great-nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte can only seduce you.
You can plan not only Shangri La Paris wedding, but elopements, breathtaking proposals and parties.
It is in Paris, City of Light, capital of love and romance that it opens its doors to you. Luxury and gastronomy will join the party with elegance. Do you want to know everything about this establishment where Excellence reigns? We reveal it to you in all its facets, in this article.
A luxurious and historic setting
Immerse yourself in the rococo and gilded world of crystal chandeliers and chandeliers, parquet flooring, moldings and large fabric curtains of rare quality covering beautiful windows that bathe the room in light. The Shangri-La is the perfect and staged illustration of French luxury in its most grandiloquent spirit. Whether it’s the Salon de Famille, the le Grand Salon, the Napoleon Bonaparte lounge, the Dining Room or even the Terrace with its view of the Eiffel Tower, each room has its own charm and is endowed with great cachet!
It all depends of course on the size of your wedding and the number of guests.
Where can we have your ceremony? The Le Grand Salon is majestic, it can accommodate up to 150 people for a ceremony
The Salon de Famille can accommodate up to 50 people for a ceremony
in the Salon de Famille , the vestibule and the terrace with a view of the Eiffel Tower
The dinner and the dance party:
The Napoleon Bonaparte lounge
We have planned several weddings in Shangri la, we can offer you the dream scenario that will correspond to your wishes, contact us for more information.
Except that the Shangri-La leaves with a handicap… The Shangri-La is magnificent, but it is a little out of the way. Foreign tourists like to be in the heart of the city and go to the chic shops on foot. Avenue d’Iéna is a bit far from the legendary Champs-Elysées or Place Vendôme. The neighborhood is residential. A little too quiet… “It’s true, we don’t have Avenue Montaigne at our feet, agrees the hotel’s head concierge. But our cultural environment is exceptional, with the Guimet museum, the Galliera Museum, the Palais de Tokyo or the Musée de l’Homme. We are in a more confidential Paris, which we will be happy to show our customers.”
Shangri La suites and terraces are perfect for small intimate weddings and proposals.
One hundred and nineteen years later, this noble residence now contains (after four years of labors of Hercules) 54 rooms and 27 suites, most of which have a magnificent view of the Seine. Inflation having done its work, in more than a century, the price of the room starts at 750 euros. The three most expensive suites range between 9,000 and 18,000 euros per night! With special attention: many bathtubs have been oriented in such a way as to offer a moving one-on-one with the old iron lady. Finally, for those who have the desire and the means – 25,000 euros per night -, you can privatize the entire 7th floor and have a 500 square meter apartment, including 4 bedrooms and several terraces. 370 employees will watch over the days and nights of hotel guests.
In the blue and gray Imperial suite (opposite), there is a canopy. Like the others, it is lined with late 19th century fabrics, reissued by the Pierre Frey and Lelièvre houses.
Our favorite remains the Panoramic Suite on the roof, more modern and at the forefront of Paris. Thanks to the 14 meters of bay window, you think you are touching the Eiffel Tower.
Far from the business centers, of course, but a stone’s throw from the myth.
20,000 m2 of total area
15,000 silver cutlery
25,000 pieces of porcelain
10,000 m2 of fabric for the curtains
280 kilometers of electric cables
159 windows overlooking the Eiffel Tower
95,000 gold leaves used for the restoration of the historical rooms on the 1st floor