Shangri-La, Paris’ New Wing

  • The new Garden Wing has 11 rooms and nine suites.

    The new Garden Wing has 11 rooms and nine suites.

  • The Garden Wing was once home to a member of Parisian high society.

    The Garden Wing was once home to a member of Parisian high society.

  • Some of the guestrooms have wonderful views of the Eiffel Tower.

    Some of the guestrooms have wonderful views of the Eiffel Tower.

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The recently opened Garden Wing at the Shangri-La, Paris now welcomes guests with a lush French garden in the inner courtyard and spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower or the Art Deco-era Palais d’Iéna.

The Garden Wing holds 11 rooms and nine suites over five floors, bringing the hotel’s total room count to 101. The rooms and suites on each floor can be combined to form large private apartments, giving guests even more accommodation choices. The wing is directly accessible from the hotel’s lobby.

The wing’s garden was created by the French Architectures & Scènes d’Exterieur agency and inspired by Prince Bonaparte, who was also a noted botanist. A eclectic mix including flowering trees such as Japanese maples, Persian ironwoods, and eucalyptus mix harmoniously with seasonal plants like rose bushes, jasmine, and magnolia to create a truly beautiful garden.

The guestrooms on the higher floors have great views of the Eiffel Tower while the rooms on the lower floors all have exceptionally high ceilings and large windows that allow natural light to flood in. The elegant  interiors were designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon to reflect the house’s past: the home of a member of Parisian high society.

10 Avenue d’Iéna; 33-1/5367-1998; shangri-la.com

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