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The Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is delighted to be included in "The World's Top 100 Hotels" by Robb Report

The Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is delighted to be included in "The World's Top 100 Hotels" established annually by the luxurious and renowned American lifestyle magazine Robb Report. For over 35 years, the magazine has served as a reference in the world of luxury travel and showcases the best of what prestigious luxury brands have to offer. Only two Parisian hotels are featured on this exclusive list; a great recognition for the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris!

This distinction builds up on the previous one received for the hotel’s Health Club, two weeks ago. Indeed, the highly esteemed U.S magazine, Condé Nast Traveler has featured the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris in its highly anticipated annual “Hot List Spas 2013”.

Condé Nast’s “Hot List” is the definitive insiders’ guide to the finest spas that have opened during the past year across the globe. Editors have traveled far and wide to discover hundreds of new spas that have been graded according to strict criteria (service, atmosphere, design…). A mere 35 new spas have received the magazine's seal of approval and the Health Club at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris has the honor of being the only one selected in France.

Die Hongkonger Hotelkette Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts betreibt über 100 Hotels mit insgesamt mehr als 41.000 Zimmern. Shangri-La-Hotels sind Fünf-Sterne-Anlagen mit umfangreichem Angebot an Ausstattung und Dienstleistungen. Shangri-La-Hotels gibt es in Australien, der Volksrepublik China, Fidschi, Frankreich, Großbritannien, Indien, Indonesien, Japan, Kanada, Katar, Malaysia, den Malediven, Mauritius, Myanmar, der Mongolei, den Philippinen, Saudi Arabien, Singapur, Sri Lanka, dem Sultanat Oman, Taiwan, Thailand, der Türkei und den Vereinigten Arabische Emiraten. Zudem plant der Konzern weitere Projekte in der Volksrepublik China, Hongkong, Kambodscha, Indonesien, Malaysia und Saudi-Arabien. Mehr Informationen erhalten Sie auf