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Le Meurice, Paris
No hotel screams 'I'm in Paris!' better than Le Meurice. Boasting a super-central location beside the Jardin des Tuileries, it has an an illustrious heritage dating back to 1835 and belongs to an exclusive band of French luxury hotels that have been granted 'palace' status. Being part of the Dorchester Collection ensures the level of comfort and service is second to none, but the hotel also has its own distinctive style. This is reflected in its love of surrealist art and a faith in rising stars such as interior designers Lally & Berger, the talented chef Amaury Bouhours and the award-winning pâtissier Cédric Grolet. Whether your goal is romance, celebration or simply exploring, a night or two here instantly unlocks the magic of this famous city.
It's a delight to be right by the leafy Jardin des Tuileries - perfect for that romantic stroll beside the River Seine.
You can't get more central than this; you're right by the Musée du Louvre, Palais Royal and fashionable rue Saint Honoré. Musée d'Orsay is just across the Seine.
By plane: fly from London to Paris in 1 hour 15 minutes; Eurostar takes 2 hours 25 minutes from London St Pancras. The hotel is a 30-minute taxi ride from the airport and 15 minutes from Gare du Nord. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
Perfect for lovers, gastronomes, flâneurs, devotees of the serious spa, couples and families with something to celebrate: anyone who adores the finer things in life. We loved the sense of heritage; this is a hotel where Picasso held his wedding lunch, Coco Chanel put on fashion shows and everyone from Queen Victoria to Beyoncé has checked in.
Service & Facilities
Service is supremely thoughtful; after requesting a kettle, it was delivered promptly along with an exquisite teapot, fine china teacups and superior teabags. Le Meurice boasts a tranquil spa with four treatment rooms plus a separate male and female hammam and sauna.
- Fitness centre
- Beauty treatments
- Free Wi-Fi
The superior and executive rooms on the sixth floor, with a small balcony and view over the Jardin des Tuileries, are especially delightful. The 29 rooms and suites redesigned by Lally & Berger feature joyful, hand-painted wallpaper by De Gournay and have an uplifting 'modern day Versailles' style.
Classic Single, Superior, Deluxe, Executive, Superior, Junior Suites, Suites, Signature Suites
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with Maison Francis Kurkdjian toiletries, TV, desk, packing/ unpacking service, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Enjoy an à-la-carte breakfast in Restaurant Le Meurice Alain Ducasse, with divine pastries by Cédric Grolet. Executive chef Amaury Bouhours likes to stretch the palate with intriguing combinations, such as chicken breast with liquorice and confit cod served with cauliflower, kumquat and sesame.
Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse: Two Michelin Stars. Open Monday-Friday, 7-9.30pm. Three courses for €280, five for €340.
Restaurant Le Dalí: local, seasonal French cuisine. Open daily for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner, Mon-Sat for lunch and Sun for brunch. Mains from €48.