• Travel:IT MUST BE paris
    There’s no better place to feel like a lady than the elegant French capital. LINDSAY FRANKEL uncovers some of the city’s most exquisite hotels

    For old-world elegance

    Le Meurice

    As Paris’ oldest palace hotel, Le Meurice is heritage and superlative indulgence all at once. With a recent redesign by Philippe Starck, there is now an unstuffy contrast in its interiors, and you are perfectly placed for the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay. Although, with the arrival of Alain Ducasse in its opulent restaurant, and the Valmont Spa, no one could judge you if you opted to stay inside Le Meurice’s walls for your entire stay.
    Insider tip: Consider the Belle Etoile Royal Suite – the terrace has 360° views across the city. From €680; lemeurice.com

    WHAT TO PACK

    chic lace for after-dark allure

    PURE GLAMOR
    Le Meurice combines its palatial past with a sleek Philippe Starck contemporary finish

    The Edit
    Credits

    Photograph: Walde Huth, Paris 1955, © Archive Horst Glaeser; waldehuth.de

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