I never get tired of watching this extraordinarily beautiful video promotion designed to illustrate the level of service in Shangri-La Hotels, produced in 2010 by the agency Ogilvy & Mather (Hong Kong).
You can watch the making of and the presentation of this film promotion by clicking here.
And don’t hesitate to come discover the Shangri-La Paris and consider holding your events there. Built in 1896 by Prince Roland Bonaparte, grandnephew of Emperor Napoléon I, the Shangri-La Hotel Paris is located in the 16tharrondissement, only a few minutes away from Trocadéro. The architect Richard Martinet was responsible for designing the restaurant of this superb establishment, and interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon has designed a classically French style with unmatched elegance.
The 81 rooms, including 27 suites, promise an exclusive welcome in a setting that stands out from the usual. The Shangri-La Hotel Paris offers magnificent views from the majority of its rooms over the Eiffel Tower, the Seine, the Invalides, the Louvre, and Montmartre.
The bar and the restaurant La Bauhinia, originating from the name of the flower that adorns the flag of Hong Kong, incite clients to embark on a voyage from Paris to Asia. The restaurant L’Abeille, invoking the Napoloeonic symbol of the bee, opens in mid-March and will unveil the French gastronomy of Chef Philippe Labbé.
Laurent Delporte, an editor and conference speaker, is a strategic expert in the sector of hotels. A visionary, he brings his unique look on hotels in service to the decision-makers in the industry, whether to enhance the development of new projects or strategic visions.
Laurent has visited and audited over 350 hotels across the world and also participates in mystery visits to provide quality control for the world’s finest hotels.