Hotel Le Meurice, Paris Offers Picasso Package

Le Meurice is offering a package in partnership with the Picasso Museum.

Le Meurice in Paris has announced a partnership with the Picasso Museum, offering guests VIP tickets to the recently launched Olga Picasso exhibition in addition to a luxury stay.

The Picasso Experience package includes two VIP tickets to the exhibition, one night’s luxury accommodation for two, American breakfast for two, and signature cocktails for two at Bar 228. Rates start at €1,035 for a Deluxe Room, €1,275 for a Junior Suite, and €2,045 for the Superior Suite. Stays must be booked until September 3.

The exhibition includes work inspired by the late artist’s wife. Born in Ukraine, Olga joined the Russian Ballet where she met Pablo in 1917 and married a year later. From then on, much of his classical period work featured her. And as their relationship change, so did her portrayal. The exhibition explores their years together through paintings, drawings, writings, and photographs spread over two floors. 

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Le Meurice is part of the Dorchester Collection, and has operated since 1835. 

Located within walking distance from the Musee de Louvre and Tuileries Gardens, the hotel houses the two Michelin-star Restaurant Le Meurice Alain Ducasse, which is decorated in grand 18th century style and is named after the chef in charge of all dining at the hotel, Le Dali offers traditional French brasserie specialties as well as Mediterranean cuisine, while Bar 228 offers signature cocktails. 

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