By The Nation
The icing on the cake of the landmark palace on rue de Rivoli is head pastry chef Cedric Grolet, who was recently voted the Best Restaurant Pastry Chef of the World by a jury of famed French chefs assembled by Les Grandes Tables du Monde. Whatever your wedding day appetite, anticipate nothing less than the sweetest delights from Grolet.
All will be served within the hotel’s opulent event spaces including the gilt-trimmed Salon Pompadour that invites guests to rediscover the Paris of the 19th century with decorations of the luxurious Versailles, the majesty of Paris; and the understated but glamorous Salons Tuileries and Jeu de Paume that are quintessentially French and evoke a refined and cosy atmosphere.
Whet your guests’ appetites with the Wedding Dinner Package (Bt11,450), including an open bar serving Champagne Bollinger Cuvee Speciale and a selection of savoury appetisers; a multi-course menu with amuse bouche, starter, main course, and wedding cake with a glass of champagne, coffee and chocolates; wine selected by the sommelier; as well as a tasting dinner and one-night hotel stay for the happy couple.
Guests can fall in love all over again with the Romance in Paris package including accommodation and daily American breakfast; rose champagne, pink petit fours, a bouquet of roses and a “Paris for Lovers” guide book.
The room rates start from Bt37,000 for a stay in a Superior Room, including American breakfast for two, a bottle of Alain Ducasse Champagne and chocolate treats from Alain Ducasse.
Find out more details at www.DorchesterCollection.com/en/paris/le-meurice.