Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
Timelessly glamorous and uniquely welcoming, the Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong is a sybaritic retreat from pulsating city life. Dazzling French cuisine at ‘Petrus’ restaurant (with wine cellar to match), immense Chinese silk paintings, Venetian chandeliers and authentic Cantonese dim sum at ‘Summer Palace’ all make for a classic ‘East meets West’ vibe on the doorstep of verdant Hong Kong Park.
Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
Spread over the eleven uppermost floors of a skyscraper in the heart of bustling Marunouchi, Shangri-La Tokyo offers a soothing retreat of shimmering chandeliers, beguiling art works and lavish spa treatments in the CHI spa – don’t miss a Kisetsu Ritual using sake, yuzu citrus fruit and gold flakes. Add in some of the biggest hotel rooms in the city and outstanding sushi and teppanyaki at the ‘Nadaman’ restaurant and you have a quintessentially Japanese experience: both urban and opulent.
Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing
With the Five Pagoda Temple and Beijing Zoo nearby, the Beijing Shangri-La exudes a suitably soothing sense of peace and natural serenity in the heart of the city. The pristine gardens, complete with koi ponds and waterfalls provide a calming sanctuary from city life before an unforgettable dinner of the finest Japanese cuisine at ‘Nishmura’. Truly a city hotel boasting soul and sophistication in equal measure.
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris
The former private home of Napoleon’s great nephew, the Shangri-La Paris offers sublime views of the Eifel Tower just across the River Seine, whilst inside gracious classicism blends seamlessly with exquisite modern touches; such as the colonnaded swimming pool and candle lit spa offering high tech treatments with LED light therapy and ultrasound.
Shangri-La Hotel, At the Shard, London
Peerless panoramic views of London from a vantage point inside the already-iconic Shard skyscraper are just one of Shangri-La London’s highlights. The top floor infinity pool is a multi-sensory pleasure and with Borough Market, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and the Thames barely five minutes’ walk away, to stay here is to be immediately immersed in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting cities.
Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto
With the homes of both the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the National Ballet of Canada just minutes’ walk away, no wonder the Shangri-La hotel projects an atmosphere of harmony and luxury. Asian-inspired woods, silks and marble fire places set the tone for a supremely relaxed stay while cuisine hits multiple high notes at Bosk and the house cars (Porsche Panameras) are on hand to whisk you anywhere in the city.