La Suite Shangri-La
Built by Napoléon I’s great-nephew Prince Roland Bonaparte, this late-19th-century palace was reimagined by the French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon and opened as the Shangri-La in 2010. The former residence—located a short walk from the Seine River and the Eiffel Tower—retains its royal pedigree with 101 richly decorated rooms, a haute-cuisine French restaurant, and one of the largest indoor swimming pools in Paris.
The grand La Suite Shangri-La is a magnificent amalgam of the building’s 19th-century French bones, Rochon’s signature art-deco style, and Shangri-La’s Chinese roots. Pearlescent Lelièvre wall panels and Manuel Canovas drapes embellish a muted palette of ecru and silver, while custom furnishings include leather benches, velvet sofas, and a hand-painted chinoiserie cabinet. The suite’s floor-to-ceiling windows and sprawling 900-square-foot terrace command the most attention, with their up-close views of the Eiffel Tower.
At night, Paris’s glowing Iron Lady is visible from every corner of the suite, including the marble bathtub.
From about $25,000 per night; +33.1.5367.1998, shangri-la.com