3 Le Meurice Paris, France
Palatial suites and gastronomic works of art.
Creativity and design infuse Le Meurice with a legendary flair for the opulent while showcasing its unique brand of hospitality and service. A trip to Paris includes viewing many artistic masterpieces, but at Le Meurice you will get to eat them too. Alain Ducasse, a worldrenowned chef, directs all things delectable. At two Michelin-star restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse, gastronomic dreams become reality in a breathtaking setting that rivals any palace ballroom, inspired by Salon de la Paix at the Château de Versailles. Continue your step back in time in the new Pompadour Suite with palatial decor––a nod to the Marquise de Pompadour. However all things old become new again with the go-to technology discerning travellers can’t live without. The lavish marble bathroom with an extravagant tub adds to the palatial ambience. In case your entourage needs more accommodations, this suite conveniently connects to many other luxury rooms. After a day of touring the city, you’ll enjoy a stop at
Bar 228. A local favourite, invaluable head barman William Oliveri, has kept the bar running smoothly since 1978. Afterwards, head to Spa Valmont pour Le Meurice to receive the ultimate in French indulgence a “Touring the Islands of the World” aromatic therapy treatment. dorchestercollection.com/en/paris/le-meurice
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