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September 28, 2012

Because of the importance of "at home" feeling for guests, Le Meurice wanted to use a Parisian interiors artist as opposed to a "hotel design" company. So Charles Jouffre - famous for creating the sumptuous drapes and hangings of the Grand Foyer at the Opera Garnier - was asked to design a brand new atmosphere for Le Meurice's guestrooms.

Because of the importance of "at home" feeling for guests, Le Meurice wanted to use a Parisian interiors artist as opposed to a "hotel design" company. So Charles Jouffre - famous for creating the sumptuous drapes and hangings of the Grand Foyer at the Opera Garnier - was asked to design a brand new atmosphere for Le Meurice's guestrooms.

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