With views of the Tuileries Garden, Le Meurice has been ranked among the most elegant hotels in the world
Combining exceptional 18th century opulence with contemporary chic, including eye-catching interiors by Philippe Starck, Le Meurice embodies the perfect French palace hotel.
Located between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre, Le Meurice is ideally situated for visiting the finest art that Paris has to offer. Salvador Dalí was a regular visitor and today the hotel still enjoys a close relationship with many artists.
Each of the seven floors has a distinct style, with beautifully appointed rooms and suites decorated in the style of Louis XVI, featuring exquisite Italian marble bathrooms.
Highly-acclaimed multiple Michelin-star chef Alain Ducasse oversees all hotel dining. Restaurant le Meurice, one of the world’s most beautiful dining rooms, offers outstanding French fine-dining overlooking the Tuileries Garden, or dine at Restaurant Le Dalí under the magnificent ceiling mural painted by Ara Starck. Visit Bar 228 for chic drinks and live jazz every night.
Tranquil and modern, the newly refurbished Spa Valmont for Le Meurice specialises in treatments from Swiss skincare experts Valmont. For complete relaxation try the stunning mosaic hammams and sun terrace.
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Paris is regarded as one of the most romantic, stylish and exciting cities in the world, and Le Meurice is perfectly placed to discover numerous Paris attractions.
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International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC)
22 – 25 October 2015
With over 40 years of history behind it, the International Contemporary Art Fair – known as FIAC – makes its grand return to the French capital this autumn.
Picasso.mania at the Grand Palais
7 October 2015 – 29 February 2016
In collaboration with the Centre Pompidou and the Picasso Museum, the Galeries Nationales will unveil a blockbuster Picasso exhibition this autumn.
Marc Chagall: Le Triomphe de la Musique at the Philharmonie de Paris
13 October 2015 – 31 January 2016
One of the highlights of its latest season, the Philharmonie de Paris will present a blockbuster exhibition that explores the musicality of Marc Chagall.