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Le Meurice

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Nicknamed the hotel of kings because of its proximity to the old centers of power where royals once mingled, Le Meurice is without a doubt one of the most highly-regarded hotels in Paris. Ideally located between the Place de la Concorde and the Louvre and just across from the Tuileries Gardens, Le Meurice is where comfort of modern amenities and an 18th century spirit collide making it a true synonym of excellence on all levels. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Line 1 - Tuileries

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Every one of the 160 rooms at Le Meurice, including the 23 suites and the 22 junior suites, is uniquely decorated.

The large suites on the 2nd floor are furnished in the style of King Louis XVI while the 3rd and 4th floors have been designed as perfect work and rest spaces for the business clientele. The upper floors are decorated in the traditional Parisian style and are perfect for longer visits.

Rooms are equipped with iHome equipment, as well as all the other modern amenities required for a most comfortable and luxurious stay.


Le Meurice Alain Ducasse: This 3-star Michelin restaurant on the Rue de Rivoli was designed by Phillipe Starck and inspired by the Palace of Versailles' “Salon de la Paix”, known for its opulent marble, bronzes, and frescos. Reservations are required and a strict dress code (suit jacket) is enforced.

Le Dali: Much more accessible than Le Meurice but just as good, the decor at Le Dali is reminiscent of the surrealist Spanish artist Salvador Dali (lamps with drawers, lobster telephone, etc.). The giant painting on the ceiling was created by modern-day French painter Ara Starck. At lunchtime, the set menu costs €54 (appetizer + main or main + dessert) and is served in 45 minutes.

Le Bar 228:  Walking into Le Bar 228 is like stumbling into a British club, a throwback to the hotel's beginnings with William Oliveri at the helm since1978. (€26 for a cocktail)


The Spa's 340m² (3,660 ft²) create a peaceful haven within the city. Among other things, the Spa offers a sauna, two turkish baths, a nail bar, and a massage and treatment room.

For sport-lovers, a high-tech fitness center is available. And for those who prefer jogging in the Jardin des Tuileries across the street, iPods with a preselection of songs are at your disposal.

Le Meurice has a number of rooms designed for events and receptions of all sorts, including the magnificent Salon Pompadour, the only remaining relic of original 19th century decor.


Le Meurice was the fruit of the imagination of 18th century postmaster Augustin Meurice. Capitalizing on the demand among British travelers for the comfort and familiarity of their home country while abroad, Mr. Meurice built his first hotel in France's northern ferry town Calais in 1771. Later, Mr. Meurice built a second hotel in Paris at a popular stop for horse-drawn carriages. In 1835, Le Meurice moved to its current location where it became the hotel of choice among royalty and international celebrities. Salvador Dali for example stayed for a month each year for more than 30 years. Today, Le Meurice is still connected to the art world, as the prestigious Meurice Prize for Contemporary Art has been awarded every year since 2008 to young, up-and-coming artists.

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