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Reminiscent of a palace, offers spacious suites in the style of Louis XVI. Pricey amenities are worth every penny.
Le Meurice still has a vaguely decadent and artistic tone that sets it apart from other high-priced Parisian gilt trips.
Staying at this seven-story 1835 landmark is "like sliding into a comfortable smoking jacket—a perfect fit." Full review →
There is first the location: front and center on the Rue de Rivoli, across from the Tuileries and steps from the Louvre. It can be busy on those streets...but once inside, the Meurice is perfection. Full review →
The Meurice is a perfect example of successful restoration, with excellent replicas of the original plasterwork and furnishings.
Since 1835, the Meurice has welcomed royalty and celebrities... and Paris' first palace hotel continues to please with service, style, and views. Full review →
Housed in the oldest palace in France, Le Meurice has been part of the Paris landscape since 1865. Full review →
This landmark lies between the place de la Concorde and the Grand Louvre, facing the Tuileries Gardens. Full review →
Part of the prestigious Dorchester group, Le Meurice is one of Europe's most highly regarded hotels. Full review →
Elegant, 18th-century-style salons and a Michelin-starred restaurant are among the many assets of this historic grand hôtel. Full review →
With 160 rooms, many of them facing the Jardin des Tuileries, the Meurice’s gold leaf and art nouveau glass positively glisten, .
Five-star hotel opposite the Tuileries garden, close to Concorde square and rue Saint-Honoré chic boutiques, well if you happen to be a wealthy fashionista... Full review →
From its luxurious Louis XVI decor to its Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Meurice feels fit for royalty Full review →
Palatial opulence in the style of Louis XVI, with unsurpassed vistas over Paris and superlative en suites.
Le Meurice stands out among the Paris palaces with its prime position on arcaded rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre Full review →
With its extravagant Louis XVI decor, mosaic tiled floors and modish restyling by Philippe Starck, Le Meurice is looking grander than ever. Full review →
For such upscale digs, the Meurice is surprisingly family-friendly, offering plenty of family packages and loaning custom-made boats for sailing in the adjacent Tuileries’ boat pond. Full review →
An archway designed by Atelier Pierre Bonnefille is painted in a matching hue to a vivid orange and fuchsia, embroidered drapes. Eighteenth-century armchairs are paired with contemporary sofas. Full review →
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