The doyen of Parisian palace hotels, fully restored in 2000, Le Meurice has lost none of its original magic while adding just the right touch of modernity.  Inimitably French and firmly anchored in the twenty-first century, Le Meurice is the epitome of discreet luxury.

Le Meurice’s 400 staff are united in their commitment to quality and to ensuring guests’ comfort.  Naturally, our hotel’s prestigious clientele has the highest expectations and we each have a duty to strive to perpetuate the prestige and magic that are part of the Le Meurice legend.  Through our dedication, enthusiasm and warmth, we help ensure the loyalty and satisfaction of our customers.  


Le Meurice is renowned for its pleasant and professional service.  We have inherited this reputation and are proud to uphold it through our diligence and courtesy. Staff at Le Meurice must perform their duties with efficiency, good humour and discretion. We require staff in every role to have previous experience in a world-class establishment, a highly developed sense of service and customer relations, and a good command of English.  


If you would like to join our teams and share this unique experience, you should first consult our employment opportunities, where you will find a description of the department and current vacancies.  You can then apply by sending us your CV and cover letter.   BENEFITS Le Meurice is committed to providing excellent working conditions and, as part of this, offers its staff numerous benefits. By joining the team at Le Meurice, you will benefit from:

  • a 35-hour working week
  • a bonus equivalent to one month’s salary (paid in two halves in June and November)
  • complementary health insurance for the employee and where applicable their family
  • a welfare scheme
  • a profit-sharing scheme
  • extensive training (luxury attitude, languages, management, security, stress management, stopping smoking, make-up, etc.)
  • a counsellor (counselling, help with welfare formalities)
  • preferential tariffs on certain items sold by the hotel (SPA beauty products, spirits, Le Meurice products such as our soft toy mascot and bathrobes)
  • activities organised by the staff association (cinema tickets, excursions, etc.)


  • Consultation is carried out at every level.  Staff are asked to express their wishes.  Heads of department and department managers make their recommendations and observations.  Senior management also sets out its guidelines.
  • Training is seen as a means to excellence.
  • Budget of €212,000 (1,530 hours/1,200 people)
  • Offer training to every member of staff.
  • Make training available in every department.
  • Use alternative and innovative methods.
  • Facilitate knowledge-sharing within the hotel.


Consolidate collective performance by drawing up training programmes, in consultation with heads of department, that correspond to each department’s objectives and/or provide solutions to the problems they face. Emphasise training in every department and develop an inclusive strategy for all staff based on six priorities:

  • Strengthen middle management
  • Promote service and quality worthy of a palace hotel
  • Facilitate modern-language learning
  • Organise food safety based on HACCP
  • Understand the unique qualities of luxury
  • Work together to prevent professional risks

Propose training in multiple fields that will give staff a choice of personalised individual training, in particular by including individual training entitlements in staff appraisals.

Summary of the training plan Themed; Service; Management; Aesthetics; Prevention; Languages; Communication; IT; Security; Quality; Cakes and Pastries; Culture.