A Parisian palace, located opposite the Tuileries gardens, under the arcades of rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice never ceases to amaze with its splendid 18th century-style decoration skilfully modernised by Philippe Starck. The hotel embodies a luxurious and peaceful way of life, animated by the souls of the artists who have made it their second home, such as Tchaikovsky or Salvador Dalí.
Its 160 rooms and suites with a touch of modernity gradually brought by Charles Jouffre since 2008, amaze both the crowned heads and the artists who stay there. This prestigious clientele appreciates this sumptuous setting behind closed doors, as well as the kindness and efficiency of the establishment's staff. In 2019, Le Meurice unveils 29 newly renovated rooms and suites, including the sumptuous "Belle Étoile" 650 m² penthouse suite (including 295 m² of terrace). Located on the 17th and last floor, this completely redesigned flat-terrace offers a 360° view of Paris.
Regarding gastronomy, Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland and Pastry Chef Cédric Grolet masterfully manage the cuisine of Le Meurice, in accordance with the philosophy transmitted by the multi-star chef Alain Ducasse. You can satisfy your gourmet desires at the double starred restaurant Meurice Alain Ducasse, at the restaurant Le Dalí, or in the more intimate setting of Bar 228.
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