Built in 1896 as the private home of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's grand-nephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte, Shangri-La Paris dedicated four years to meticulously restore Bonaparte's Palais Iena to its original splendour. Today, the palace at 10 avenue d'Iena has once again become an address for Paris' chic and culture 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'Iena and the iconic Trocadero high on Chaillot Hill, the hotel is located across the Seine river and steps away from several museums. The restored landmark retains its residential heritage and offers 81 rooms including 27 suites, making it the most intimate of all Shangri-La Hotels worldwide. Imperial insignias and ornate monograms of Prince Roland Bonaparte, subtly integrated into the architecture, are complemented by Asian influence in the decor and ambience of the hotel.
Architectural detail, a Ming Dynasty inspired vase in the entryway
Restaurant La Bauhinia features an uncovered and restored glass cupola modeled after the Eiffel Tower
Luxury minimalist in the Penthouse Suite
Detail of the Suite Imperiale, which originally housed prince Roland's private rooms
Unobstructed views of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine river from the majority of rooms and suites
Courtesy Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts