The Signature Suites at Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London include one of the largest and most extraordinary hotel suites in the capital: the Shangri-La Suite. Found on Level 39 of Renzo Piano’s iconic skyscraper, guests access this one-bedroom jewel via a private lift, and enjoy 24-hour personal butler service and sumptuous living areas with 180-degree views of London’s iconic landmarks. At 188 square metres, the prestigious Shangri-La Suite is ideal for visiting Heads of State and VIPs and features exquisite custom-made furniture and high-grade silk wallpaper designed and produced by a team of over 250 highly skilled craftsmen from around the world. The specially designed Shangri-La Bed features patented body-contouring technology and is fitted with Frette 1,000-threadcount linen; a grand marble-clad bathroom has integrated television and mirror screens; there’s an expansive walk-in dressing chamber; and fine crystal glassware and the well-equipped private pantry allow for Shangri-La’s Dine by Design dining experience. The Suite can also be connected to an adjacent room, becoming a two-bedroom suite with a total living space of 232 square metres.
Two further Signature Suites – the London and Westminster Suites – also feature custom furniture, carpets and silks, and are situated on levels 37 and 38, respectively. All three suites enjoy their own unique layout, although all combine the elegance of Shangri-La’s Asian heritage with the innovation of The Shard’s architecture and vast expanses of natural light. The two Signature Suites also offer 24-hour personal butler service and a private chauffeur, as well as benefitting from spacious bedrooms with walk-in dressing chambers, elegant powder rooms and private living and office spaces.
Added touches of refined contemporary indulgence, such as automatic climate control that complements the building’s integrated sun-shielding; augmented reality features via iPad; state-of-the art Bose entertainment centres and 55” LED televisions, result in a truly extraordinary take on Shangri-La’s rich Asian heritage.