It is priced at €4,500 (£3,491) per night. Additional nights will be charged at €2,733 (£2,120).
Included in the price tag is a bottle of the brand's 2006 champagne and its 1998 Dom Pérignon Second Plenitude, which is worth around £275.
The experience will see guests be picked up from Nice airport in an S-Class Mercedes, and they will receive a cocktail at Bar Américain upon arrival. Later, a five-course meal designed by Alain Ducasse will be served by the hotel’s head chef Franck Cerutti.
They will also get access to a private Dom Pérignon wine cellar, complete with the company's various vintages.
Last year the brand hired a Grade II listed townhouse near Holborn for a 10-day pop-up, which saw each of the building's three floors dedicated to a different vintage, and Michelin-starred chef Skye Gyngell created a menu to match.
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