Presidential Suite, Jardin des Tuileries view
A taste of Versailles in the room loved by Dalí for so many years. Step into this wonderland of 18th century grandeur, only surpassed by the view of the Tuileries Garden beyond your spectacular windows.
Space to stretch out and connect
The front-facing splendour of these rooms treats you to a rarely seen view of the Tuileries Garden. This luxurious suite is built around two regal reception rooms whose high ceilings reflect the vastness of the space. A second or third suite can be connected, or the entire floor can transform into a private apartment.
Bathe in marble splendour
Spacious Italian marble bathrooms with waterfall baths, dreamy soft towels, and luxury care products by Maison Francis Kurkdjian. A profound experience.
A delight for every season
Tuileries is the oldest garden in Paris, beautifully elegant, threaded with avenues of elms, and a ritual of daily life. A place to breathe, relax, wander and contemplate. The gardens look amazing in any weather, framed by the Parisian landmarks around them.
A taste of Versailles in the room loved by Dalí. A wonderland of 18th century grandeur, only surpassed by the Tuileries Garden beyond your windows.
- Panoramic city views
- Italian marble bathroom with deep bathtub and separate shower
- Krug champagne, Alain Ducasse chocolates, Cédric Grolet pastry, fruit basket
- Luxury French Garnier Thiebaut linen
- Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi
- Unpacking and packing service
- Connecting suite available with Tuileries Garden view
- Lelièvre and Prelle French fabrics
- Private dinner parties for up to six guests (upon request)
- Tea and coffee-making facilities
- Apple TV and video games upon request
- King-size or twin beds
- One bedroom, one bathroom and one living room
- Butler service upon request
- Fresh roses
- Maison Francis Kurkdjian toiletries
- Located on the first floor
- Louis XVI décor
- Bespoke daily amenities upon request
- Complimentary round-trip local airport/mainline train station transfers
- Area for security desk at suite entrance
- Large flat-screen TV
The Hotel of Kings
The story goes that Dalí was a great admirer of royal figures and chose this suite as his Parisian home because King Alfonso XIII, King of Spain, had sought refuge here when ousted from power in 1931. Le Meurice is also known as ‘The Hotel of Kings’ and the spirit of the crowned heads of Europe and the world can still be felt.
Salvador Dalí took up residence in the Presidential Suite for a month every year, for more than 30 years. Becoming the famous backdrop for many Dalí exploits and exhibitions, the suite still contains the same Chinoiserie cabinet from Dali’s era.
Our guests know that they can turn to us for anything. It’s great to feel so trusted.
You deserve more than just a superb night’s sleep. Welcome to an exciting range of dining experiences and an exclusive spa, here to soothe both body and mind.
Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse
A majestic setting in historic grandeur. The sparkling design of Philippe Starck. Here Alain Ducasse and his executive chef Jocelyn Herland have created a philosophy of food that returns to the essence of taste created by a passionate team. A contemporary vision, an extraordinary experience in one of the most beautiful rooms in Paris.
Serenity for the body, mind and soul
The only Valmont spa in Paris, where nature and science blend to achieve powerful results. This exclusive sanctum brings peace with style, all washed in the signature Valmont green.
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