Facing the Jardin des Tuileries, between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum, the Hotel Le Meurice is a magical French Palaces where the splendorous of 18th-century architecture and the refinement of the most contemporary luxurious interiors intersect beautifully.
Hotel Le Meurice opened its doors in 1835 and has since established itself as the jewel of French palaces. Many painters and writers have marked the history of the Meurice, which has been, and will always be, a place of expression for the French genius and the art of living.
This luxury hotel has 160 rooms decorated in a style reminiscent of Louis XVI period, each equipped with a superb marble bathroom, with separate bath and shower.
Inspired by the Salon de la Paix at Château de Versailles, Le Meurice Restaurant Alain Ducasse has a truly majestic contract furniture. This restaurant, doubly Michelin-starred, celebrates the culinary philosophy of Ducasse under the aegis of Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland.
The Dali Restaurant offers a selection of dishes from the tradition of Parisian brasseries as well as creative Mediterranean flavors inspired by Catalonia and Liguria.
It must be said that Philippe Starck recently explored for the second time the unique restaurant interior design, reflecting the passion of the artist for the eccentricity and the distortion of reality.
Called “Bar 228”, this bar with a cozy and refined atmosphere is renowned for its luxury design style of British club as welcoming as sophisticated, which is reminiscent of France of the eighteenth century.
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