A tremendous honour for the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’ Health Club figures on the highly awaited 'Hot Spas List 2013' published annually by the American magazine Condé Nast Traveler. This list features the 35 best new spas in the world, and Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’ Health Club is the only establishment in France to be honoured.
The Condé Nast Traveler Hot Spas List is the ultimate insider’s guide to the newest and hottest spas which opened all over the world in the past year. The editors scoured the globe throughout the year, along with correspondents from around the world, to check out hundreds of new spas that were rigorously evaluating each one based on a standard set of criteria, including service, ambience, design and location.
Opened in December 2012, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’ Health Club is a true oasis of relaxation and harmony right in the heart of Paris. Its refined atmosphere, a subtle blend of Asian calm and French elegance, has won the esteem of Condé Nast Traveler. Its large, mosaic-lined pool measuring 15 metres long and 6 metres wide gives onto a 94-square-metre planted terrace bathed in natural light. Its spacious, welcoming treatment rooms and fitness centre are an invitation to take a break and recharge in a serene environment.
The magazine also noted the virtues of facials and body treatments by the French house of Carita, notably the quality and extreme precision of the Lift Fermeté revitalising treatment.
Since its opening in December 2010, in what was once the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte — a portion of the original residence is listed as a landmark by the Monuments Historiques de France — Shangri La Hotel, Paris has become a must in the City of Light. More than half of its 81 rooms and suites have breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower and two of three restaurants supervised by Executive Chef Philippe Labbé are Michelin-starred. A very Parisian bar, four historic salons and the Health Club make Shangri-La Hotel, Paris a unique place where East and West blend perfectly.