Shangri-La Hotel, Paris offers two exceptional days for lovers of tennis and luxury.
The Parisian luxury hotel is delighted to present with Roland-Garros a VIP Package, “The Parisian Dream”, to give fans of tennis and of the French capital an unforgettable experience.
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’s “The Parisian Dream” VIP Package is available throughout the 2014 French Open (held from May 25th to June 8th, 2014), combining tickets to the French Open and a stay at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris.
On the first day of this all-inclusive package, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris guests can enjoy a savory tea time upon arrival at the hotel. This will be followed by relaxation time at the health club with its 16-meter swimming pool bathed in natural daylight. Guests can also choose to soak up the atmosphere of Roland-Garros with tickets for the outside courts.
The evening is sure to be lovely and warm with a sumptuous dinner created exclusively by Chef Philippe Labbé at “La Bauhinia”, the hotel’s restaurant, which serves French and south-east Asian fare.
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris VIP Treatment
The next day, following breakfast, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris VIPs will take in all the action on the Philippe-Chatrier court (either in the boxes or with category 1 tickets, depending on the package selected). Lunch will be served at the “Brasserie des Jardins de Roland-Garros”, with more thrilling tennis throughout the afternoon and into the evening. At the end of the day, the official Peugeot shuttle service will take guests back to Shangri-La Hotel, Paris to pick up their luggage or continue their stay, should they so desire.
“The Parisian Dream” VIP Package is available from May 25th to June 8th, 2014. Prices start at €1,125 per person (approx. US$1,526) and the package will be on sale starting January 15, 2014. The offer is available for two or four persons only. For additional information and to book, please visit the French Tennis Federation’s special website at http://rolandgarros.fft-tickets.com/uk/the-parisian-dream.
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is located in the 16th arrondissement, in what was originally the private home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, grand-nephew of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. Now restored to its original splendor, the landmark building retains its residential heritage, offering 101 rooms including 36 suites, nearly half of which enjoy direct views over the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. In the short time since its opening, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris has succeeded in becoming a truly Parisian destination, drawing upon the French art of living and the Asian art of hospitality for which the group is known. In the spring of 2012, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris was awarded three Michelin stars: two for its French gastronomic restaurant L’Abeille, under the direction of Executive Chef Philippe Labbé, who was named Cuisinier of the Year 2013 by Gault & Millau, and one for Shang Palace, under the direction of Chef Frank Xu.