3 Le Meurice Paris, France

Pala­tial suites and gas­tro­nomic works of art.

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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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