Contact the Shangri-La at the Shard Hotel on their London phone number 020 7234 8000 for their latest prices, promotional deals and information about their rooms.
The Shangri-La at the Shard hotel is a luxurious 5-star establishment housed in the tallest building in the United Kingdom, thus offering unparalleled views of the capital city of London via the floor-to-ceiling windows in each room. You should call their main reception phone number 020 7234 8000 to book a room at the hotel and to get their exclusive deals, thus saving you money on the usual cost of your stay. You can also call this helpline to reserve a table at their on-site restaurant so that you can dine in elegance whilst absorbing one of the most appealing cityscapes on the globe.
As a luxurious 5-star establishment the hotel reception is operated 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Calls are charged at standard UK local rates which apply to all 01 and 02 area code phone numbers, thus you can call the Shangri-La London contact number 020 7234 8000 for free if you have free inclusive minutes on your tariff. Otherwise you will have to pay a per-minute monetary charge as well as an access charge to your landline or mobile provider.
Weddings at the Shangri-La London Shard Hotel – 020 7234 8078
Contact the Shangri-La London Shard Hotel on their UK phone number 020 7234 8078 for information about their wedding venue which can host bespoke weddings and civil ceremonies. Furthermore you can host a unique wedding breakfast reception at the hotel therefore please call this helpline to update them on your food selections and to view the available options from their seasonal menu. You should also dial this number if you would like more information about their meeting rooms and event facilities which are ideal for hosting corporate functions with a decadent twist for high-class businesses.
Write to the Shangri-La London Shard Hotel
You can also send your enquiries to the Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard by sending an email using their online contact form or by writing a letter to their London postal address:
31 St Thomas Street,