Francesca Muzio and Maria Silvia Orlandini, co-founders of Italian design house FM – Architettura d’Interni design the suite featuring custom-made furniture and high-grade silk wallpaper.
The Shangri-La’s latest Signature Suite opened just a few months ago. The most spectacular in their London portfolio, they undoubtedly saved the best till last.
The Shangri-La Suite happens to be one of the largest and most extraordinary hotel suites in London. At 188 square metres and residing on Level 39 of Renzo Piano’s iconic skyscraper, The Shard, guests experiencing this one-bedroom jewel in the Shangri La crown will enjoy access via a private lift, 24-hour personal butler service, private chauffeur service, sumptuous living areas with entirely custom-designed furniture and 180-degree views of London’s iconic landmarks from one of the capital’s most rare addresses.
Designed by Francesca Muzio and Maria Silvia Orlandini, co-founders of Italian design house FM – Architettura d’Interni Studio, the suite features custom-made furniture and high-grade silk wallpaper in a refined palette of champagne, citrine and bronze, designed and produced by Muzio, Orlandini and a team of over 250 highly skilled craftsmen from around the world. It also boasts the specially designed Shangri-La Bed featuring patented body-contouring technology and fitted with Frette 1,000-threadcount linen; a grand marble-clad bathroom with integrated television and mirror screens, an expansive walk-in dressing chamber, fine crystal glassware and a well-equipped private pantry, allowing for Shangri-La’s Dine by Design dining experience. The suite may also be connected to an adjacent room, enabling its conversion into a two-bedroom suite with a total living space of 232 square metres.
Two further Signature Suites include Westminster Suite (125m2) and London Suite (117m2) but by far, The Shangri-La Suite impresses the most. But don’t just take our word for it, check it out here.