One of the most Events that are glamorous and talked about a lot the After a two year hiatus, the high society social calendar is back.

Le Bal des Débutantes The Debutantes Ball is a unique event celebrating a small group of 20 young men and women from well-known families. Hollywood royalty To actual royalty around the world. Some of the notable debutantes have been Lori Harvey and Dree Hemingway. Others include Autumn and True Whitaker (Scout and Tallulah Willis), Scout and True Whitaker, Ava Philippe, Lily Collins, and Scout and Tallulah Williams.

The event also has a charitable component, and this year Le Bal is raisIng money for two charities: Chef José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen in the U.S. and for research into heart disease the Necker–Enfants Malades Hospital Paris

Established in 1994 by Ophélie Renouard, the Gala was inspired the English tradition of 18th century the debutante ballWherein the High society was introduced to young women. Over the first several years of Le Bal’s history, the Once known as the Bal de Crillon, or the Crillon Ball as it was annually hosted the prominent Parisian hotel This is the Similar name. But the The Hotel de Crillon was subject to a major renovation over the past few years. the Event has since been to several different hotels in Paris, before finally landing at the Shangri-La ParisThe host was the It will be a grand affair in 2018 as well as 2019. The 2018 and 2019 editions will be grand. the event’s return since the Pandemic has begun.

The Shangri-La Paris has the Distinguished honor to be one of the There are few hotels in this area the The city is deemed by the Government with the It is a distinction to be called a palace hotelThis is its historic significance as well as its exceptional service and hospitality. the traditional five-star meter.

“The Shangri-La is classified as a ‘historical monument,’ and therefore has kept its charm and the level of sophistication necessary to showcase Le Bal in the best way possible,” Renouard: The Sunday Review. “Also, the fact that the Shangri-La is a private venue gives it a special feel, and it is a bonus for a private event like Le Bal.”

Today, the The iconic building, which was opened by Prince Roland Bonaparte in 1894, still welcomes Parisians as well as world travelers. the Doors to his residence palace Parisian society.

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Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts offers more than 100 options luxury Hotels and resorts offering more than 40,000 rooms in Africa, Asia, Europe the Since its inception from Singapore in 1971, it has expanded to the Middle East and North America as well as Australia. The hospitality industry giant is now Based in Hong Kong.

It is located in the Paris 16th arrondissement: The most exclusive. the hotel There are 100 rooms and suites available. The facilities offer enough amenities to make guests want to stay there even though they are only steps from popular sites such as the Place du Trocadero and Eiffel Tower, as well as many other places. the city’s most popular museums, including the Musée Moderne, Palais de Tokyo, and the Palais Galleria the Musée de la Mode. (Not to be confused with Musee de la Mode. the hotel It is only a 15 minute walk from many of the following: the most high-end fashion boutiques—including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, and Dior—in the Avenue Montaigne and the world the Champs-Elysées.)

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Natural light bathes you the High ceilings in the foyers and lobby are a hallmark of refurbished marble.

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But despite hosting One of the most Important events in society the world—as well as catwalk shows during Paris Fashion Week each season as well as Hollywood press junkets (as the hotel’s premium “Shangri-La Suite,” the brand’s name for its presidential suite, offers an unparalleled view of the Paris skyline)—the hotel The hotel has a more tranquil, low-key ambience. It is one of the best. the most Luxurious five-star Paris hotels.

The guests feel more relaxed to spend their leisure time in the lounge champagne bar or the Hidden cocktail bar Le Bar Botaniste. The hotel also welcomes families frequently, and even has a new set of panda-themed amenities for little ones, including slippers with panda emblems, a children’s book, and a plush panda toy—all of which kids can take home as souvenirs.

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Today, the hotel at 10 Avenue d’Iéna has once
again become an address for Paris’ chic and
cultured set, just as it was more than a century ago.


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It is a huge task the Attended by staff the Shangri-La Paris is the city to master the art that combines authentic representations of Asian customs with hospitality the French art of living to build a strong client base of European and American clients.

Original construction: the The home of French imperial Prince Roland Bonaparte the Napoleon Bonaparte’s great grand nephew the Site was chosen by the Prince for its proximity the Seine and its strategic geographical location the Paris’ social scene is at its heart. Construction from 1892 to1896 the Urban palace remained within the family up until Bonaparte’s death in 1924, and his daughter sold it shortly thereafter to a financial company that turned it into office space. After World War II. the The state was taken over the Built from 2005 to the moment it was opened for business. Shangri-La In 2010.

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As a tribute to the Daughter of Prince Roland Bonaparte the Former master of the Parisian property that now Houses the Shangri-La Paris, the Salon Marie Bonaparte is a private setting that can accommodate up to 40 people for lunch and dinner.

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Throughout the hotelYou will find a mix between French and American art. the As well as estate, paintings, and other antiques from Asia, Shangri-La Installs in all its locations around the world. The most Historic areas the former Palais— including the cast-iron gateway on Avenue d’Iéna, the façade, the rooftop, the Gallery and vestibules the Dome at the entrance the marble stairway, the ground-level family salons (such as billiard room), and Roland Bonaparte’s private living quarters on the second floor—were registered in 2009 as national heritage sites, an initiative undertaken by Shangri-La Group.

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With 100 rooms and suites, two restaurants—including the only Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant in France— as well as a cocktail bar and several historic events and reception rooms, guests can live like a prince or princess in this historic retreat.

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For the Zimmer (including 37 Premium Suites). the Architecture renovations are designed to mix late 19th century French styles and modern (but minimalistic) architecture. luxury. Und eine davon? the Simple themes with Shangri-La Hotels require that each room has a view. the Kowloon overlook the Hong Kong skyline to The Shard skyscraper. This skyscraper offers 360-degree views over London. At the Shangri-La Paris, 40% the Rooms up to 60% off the The suites boast incredible views from the windows. the Eiffel Tower and the Seine. Seine. the majority of these rooms and suites—nearly half of which have a private balcony—are large enough and equipped to entertain friends, family, or business partners.

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Shangri-La Paris seeks to create a welcoming atmosphere, with authentic representations and influences from both cultures. the Asian hospitality art the French art of living.

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But the hotel aspired to preserve the Historical components the Only noticeable features are the Nespresso machine and air conditioning in one of the rooms. the Connecting salons allows for a backstage to a fashion show.

Overall, the Reception and event spaces are 850 square meters (9.150 sq.feet). Three connecting rooms—the Grand Salon the Salle à Manger and the Salon de Famille—lead to the Gallery on the first floor. The ballroom can be found on the Rue Fresnel, side of the Building, an enormous space that integrates audio-visual functions. Frescos grace the Walls, and the ballroom overlooks a portion of Prince Roland’s former stables.

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Inside the Grand Salon the Shangri-La Paris.

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The Grand Salon, designed in Louis XIV-style, is the building’s principal reception space, both during the prince’s era and today for the hotel. The ballroom features an immense white marble fireplace, decorated with two golden wooden and marble tables, two crystal chandeliers, and dozens of bronze wall appliqués (most notably crowns, lions, and bees—all symbols embraced by Napoleon Bonaparte) and a trumeau mirror.

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One of the Lounge areas within the Shangri-La Paris.

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The Salle à Manger, designed in homage to the Napoleonic era has mahogany carvings for battle arms and military medals. the Upper arches: the Salon doors and windows that open onto an outdoor terrace. Two huge eagle statues, each with spread wings, are the pride of their place. the room. A Renaissance-inspired fireplace, topped with a dual-columned mantle, frames a bronze relief replica of Jacques Louis-David’s Napoleon Crossing the Alps.

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The delicate blues and artistic touches add a feminine touch to the collection. the Salon de Famille.

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Salon de Famille has a softer feel with subtle color tones, artistic touches and soft textures. It is a space that women use primarily during the day. the palace’s time as a residence. Its decoration is mainly French Imperial, with paneled walls decorated with winged women around a gold medallion. the Ceiling has an orb of plants and sphinxes.

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Nestled in the upscale 16th arrondissement, steps from Place du
 Trocadero, the hotel is located 
across the Seine, facing the Eiffel Tower.

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Shangri-La Paris claims it can tailor its spaces for business meetings and events. This includes conferences and executive retreats. The concierge team and events team can also complement work schedules with a range of wellness activities. the hotel’s subterranean spa, pool, and fitness center. Additionally, the hotel’s award-winning chefs are on hand to organize special gastronomic experiences celebrating both seasonal local French products as well as Asian cuisine, notably at La Bauhinia, which specializes in Thai food and might have the Paris’s best Pad Thai, and Shang Palace – a Chinese restaurant. Shangri-La It has installations in many of its locations throughout the world. You can also find other information here. the Paris location, as seen by Samuel Lee Sum, 37, from Hong Kong, host the The distinction between being and not being the Only Chinese restaurant in France that has a Michelin star

Rates At the Shangri-La Paris start at €1,600 ($1,599) for a superior room per night for two people during winter months.