Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic - Special conditions apply at the Le Meurice
This Grande Dame on Rue de Rivoli feels more like a myth than an actual brick and mortar place where you pay to spend the night. After all, at Le Meurice, even the regulars can’t help but feel a bit awestruck. Dali was one of them, returning to the hotel’s jewel box interiors for over 30 years. Other reputable guests include the King of Spain , the composer Tchaikovsky, writers Orson Welles and Rudyard Kipling, and the list goes on and on. Le Meurice’s looks match the guest list. Once you enter the hotel’s interiors, it’s another world, one where 18th century designs, surrealism and over the top luxury combine to create a world that’s closer to fantasy than reality, and where the problems and norms of real life are checked at the door.