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Why we like it
- Part of the Dorchester Collection, the hotel is located opposite the Tuileries Gardens, between Place de la Concorde and the Musée du Louvre
- One of just a small group of hotels to receive the highest French grade for hotel - 'Palace distinction'
- The 18th century Restaurant Le Meurice styled by Philippe Starck overlooks the Tuileries Gardens and oozes romantic elegance
- The Valmont Spa offers packages to relax and unwind between a busy schedule of sightseeing and dinner
- A nice touch is that each room is soundproofed, allowing the famed Parisian traffic to be kept at bay
- Every room has both a shower and a bath
- We recommend the Deluxe Junior Suites
Make sure you spend time chatting to William, the head barman, in Le Bar 228. William has been with Le Meurice for decades and knows a thing or two about making cocktails. In fact Le Bar 228 has 17 exclusive drinks created by William and the team and is a place to which Parisians and celebrities flock.
A first-class service: finding a suitable cruise to fit my parameters; managing to extend the time during which the offer would remain open so as to give me more time to discuss the trip with my travelling companion; and finally making all the train and hotel bookings to make the whole holiday as trouble free as possible. I cannot speak too highly of the way in which everything been conducted.
- BH, London
Le Meurice is a sumptuous Parisian palace with a Philippe Stark twist. Inspiration has been taken from Dali, who spent around a month a year at the hotel. He didn't disappoint and took inspiration from Salvador Dali who spent around a month a year at the hotel. Some of the touches are designed to surprise and leave guests doing-double takes in the lavish surroundings of the hotel's lobbies. In one, guests sit under a giant hand-painted canopy among tables with loud cowhide print sofas and dainty chairs offering just three legs. Dali would have loved it.
Best time to be there
Sunworshippers head to the beaches from June to September. The climate is mainly temperate with the south enjoying hot summers and mild winters.
Bordeaux, Geneva, Marseilles and Paris (British Airways), Nice and Lyon (British Airways or bmi)
Paris and Avignon (Eurostar)
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