Food & Drink
- Breakfast in the room
- Snack bar
- Special diet menus (on request)
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Barber/beauty shop
- Family rooms
- Meeting/banquet facilities (additional charge)
- 24-hour front desk
- Express check-in/check-out
- Currency exchange
- Tour desk
- Luggage storage
- Fitness centre
- Spa and wellness centre
- Massage (additional charge)
- Beauty Services
Entertainment and family services
- Babysitting/child services (additional charge)
- Board games/puzzles
- Laundry (additional charge)
- Dry cleaning (additional charge)
- Ironing service (additional charge)
- Trouser press (additional charge)
- Daily housekeeping
- Public transport tickets (additional charge)
- Wheelchair accessible
- Toilet with grab rails
- Higher level toilet
- Lower bathroom sink
- Emergency cord in bathroom
- 24-hour security
- Key access
- Key card access
- Security alarm
- Smoke alarms
Le Meurice is an opulent boutique hotel located just across the mesmerizing Tuileries Gardens. The hotel’s property embodies elegance, affluence, and old-world glamour. Guests can have a taste of the unique delights prepared by chef Joselyn Herlan at the hotel’s two-Michelin starred restaurant or book a high-end body treatment at the luxurious Spa Valmont.
Located on Paris’s top-billing address – rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice boasts one of the best locations in town. The Tuileries Gardens are just across the street and Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum are a 5-minute walk away. The hotel’s location is perfect for those who want to explore Paris’ charming streets on foot. A 10-minute stroll takes guests to the Champs-Elysees and the luxury boutiques at Rue Saint-Honore. The opulent Place Vendome is also a short walk away from the hotel and The Tuileries Metro is 100 m away.
Style and Character
Situated in a grandiose 18th-century property, Le Meurice boasts extravagant decor and Versailles-style grandeur. In 2011, Le Meurice was the first hotel to be awarded an official “Palace” Status. To keep its opulent Louis XVI style, the hotel has undergone a number of renovations including the last one in 2007 made by the acclaimed interior designer Phillipe Stark. The designer has completed a major refurbishment of the hotel’s restaurant, the bar, and the public areas, and has added a number of decorative elements to some of the old interiors.
With its crystal chandeliers, marble floors, Doric columns, and rare pieces of furniture, it doesn’t come as a surprise that the hotel has often been referred to as “Hotel des Rois”(Hotel of Kings).
The Bar 228 is decorated with fresco panels by Alexandre Claude Louis Lavalley and the ceiling at Restaurant Dali was hand-painted by artist Ara Starck.
Each of the hotel’s 160 rooms is luxuriously decorated to evoke authentic Parisian living.
The lavish decor in the Pompadour suite was inspired by Marquise de Pompadour herself and offers an expansive view of central Paris. The room features a king-size bed, rich trimmings by Maison Declercq, and chandeliers by Lucien Gau designed to echo Louis XVI decor.
The Belle Etoile Penthouse Suite located on the seventh floor features hand-crafted details, Garnier Thiebaut linens, a whirlpool bathtub, and a vast terrace with an unparalleled 360-degree view of Paris.
With unique artworks, damask wallpapers, floor-to-ceiling windows, decadent furnishings, and rare pieces of furniture, the rooms at the hotel are an epitome of elegance. All rooms are equipped with spacious Italian marble bathrooms, minibars, air-conditioning, and flat TV screens. The bathrooms are equipped with luxury toiletries by Maison Francis Kurkdjian.
Services and Facilities
The staff at the hotel is well-mannered, attentive, and devoted to fulfilling every guest’s desire. Room service is available 24/7 and the concierge is always happy to help guests with reservations, restaurant recommendations, and museum tickets.
The hotel boasts three luxurious restaurants including the two-Michelin starred Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse, whose interior was inspired by Salon de la Paix at the Château de Versailles. Restaurant Dali pays homage to the glorious artist and satisfies gourmet tastes with Parisian classics and Mediterranean cuisine. At the Bar 228, designed by Phillipe Starck, guests can relax with an exquisite cocktail menu in an inviting and warm atmosphere.
At the luxurious Spa Valmont guests can rejuvenate themselves with massages, as well as body and beauty treatments.
Food and Drink
Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse pays homage to Ducasse’s cuisine in an opulent interior designed by Phillipe Starck. Guests have the opportunity to taste some classic Haute cuisine delivered by the restaurant executive chef Amaury Bouhours.
The restaurant is spacious and decorated with antique mirrors, crystal chandeliers, and iconic Eero Saarinen Tulip chairs. Every dish at the restaurant is memorable; from the warm guinea fowl and foie gras pâté, lobster tortellini, and duckling with citrus to the indulging desserts such as the pineapple brioche tart and coconut forest pepper.
At Restaurant Le Dal, guests can get a taste of some French delicacies in a dream-like setting, while the Bar 228, one of the most-talked-about meeting places in Paris, is where guests enjoy fine French wines and rare Cognacs.
Le Meurice’s opulent accommodation has attracted some of the biggest names in the world of cinema including Liza Minnelli, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Eddie Fisher, Franco Zeffirelli, and Mike Todd. Regulars at the hotel are also some of the most prominent names in the fashion world including Vogue chief editor Anna Wintour and famous supermodel Kate Moss.
Le Meurice was Salvador Dali’s second home and the hotel’s interior was also loved by a number of iconic art figures including Zola, Andy Warhol, and Bob Dylan.
Value for Money
The prices at Le Meurice fit the hotel’s opulent offer. Double rooms start at €860 and can go up to €1,100 in high season. Breakfast not included.
- Which popular attractions are close to Le Meurice?The nearest attractions to Le Meurice are Jardin des Tuileries and Musee de l’Orangerie.
- Is parking available at Le Meurice?Yes, the hotel provides guests with parking spots.
- Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Meurice?Yes, guests have access to the hotel’s fitness center.
- Are pets allowed at Le Meurice?Yes, Le Meurice is a pet-friendly hotel.
- What kind of breakfast is served at Le Meurice?Guests have the option to choose between continental, vegetarian, American, and a la carte breakfast.
- What are some of the property amenities at Le Meurice?Hotel Meurice features a lounge, a restaurant, a spa, and a fitness center.
- Does Le Meurice have an airport shuttle?Yes, le Meurice provides guests with an airport shuttle.
- Does Le Meurice offer any business services?Yes, the hotel has banquet rooms, meeting rooms, and a conference center.
- Access for Guests with Disabilities?Guests with disabilities are welcome at Le Meurice. The hotel has adapted rooms and all floors are wheelchair-accessible.
- Family-friendly?Yes, Le Meurice offers family-friendly activities and interconnecting rooms.
Review by Luxury Family
A family of 4; mum, dad, 1 month old and 5-year-old daughter. We struggled to find luxury travel to accommodate our little family. So we decided to start documenting our hotel visits.
Updated Jul 17, 2022