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A fascinating mix of tradition and contemporary life, 1,200-year-old Kyoto has a wealth of Japanese culture, including some 2,000 temples and shrines.
Shangri-La, inspired by the novel Lost Horizon, isn’t nearly as familiar a name in the hospitality industry in the West as in the East. There is only one SL property...
The location of the Shangri-La, opened in December 2010, is the hotel’s biggest pro and con at the same time. The property sits on the Right Bank in the 16th...
With 799 rooms in two massive buildings (the Shangri-La and Krungthep wings), six restaurants and over half-a-mile of riverfront, the Shangri-La is the largest of Bangkok’s five-star hotels. Rooms in...
Though it’s not technically a rooftop bar, the newly opened summer terrace inside the Shangri-La Hotel boasts one of the best lofted views of the Eiffel Tower. Accessed through grand...
At nearly twenty, a veteran in Beijing hotel terms, the China World was the first major hotel to be designed as the centerpiece of an entire complex, with shops, offices...
As the name suggests, the restaurant serves crustaceans; but that is not necessarily the main reason to make a reservation. Lobster is one of the many weapons in the culinary...
A beautifully laid-out oasis of calm, the Chi Spa, in the Shangri-La, is one of Bangkok’s most impressive destination spas. The quiet, candle-lit design, with lots of stone walls and...
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