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With a generous space of 377 sqf and a stylish decor, the Deluxe Rooms offer a warm atmosphere. Between High Tech and elegant materials, between conte...
Executive Rooms with Opera View offer amazing views over the historic heart of Gironde’s capital and the legendary Opéra National of Bordeaux. You wil...
From carpets to drapes, furniture to wall colors, the atmosphere of the Junior Suites displays a voluptuous aesthetic through a harmony of materials a...
Each of the Superior Rooms has its own identity and reveals an exceptional decor. These majestic 25 sqm rooms inspired by the 19th century, immerse y...
Composed of a spacious 50 sqm room that can be separated by a door creating two separate spaces, Executive Junior Suites or Family Suites, are ideal f...
Imbued with the warm atmosphere and incomparable elegance that make the charm of InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel, Junior Suites Opera View...
Charm and delicacy emanate from Prestige Suites which, with their private wine bar offer a new occasion to surprise and delight as well as another way...
The Prestige Suites Opera View offer breathtaking views of both the Cours de l’Intendance and Place de la Comédie and its inconic Opéra National. Neoc...
The Royal Suite invites you into a universe where luxury and pleasure will accompany you throughout the stay. Decorated in an imperial style, this uni...
InterContinental Bordeaux Hotel is located at the epicenter of Bordeaux. It is the region's most significant aspect. It drips with historical value, and a stay here is an unusually wonderful, one-of-a-kind experience.
Located across the Grand Theatre and Place de la Comedie, InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel sits at the heart of Bordeaux's main square. The Eglise Notre Dame is merely two blocks away from the resort. Also, the Grand Theatre tram stop is within the same block. Moreover, fashion enthusiasts have delightful places to explore. Bordeaux square is home to multiple renowned fashion boutiques, stores, and markets. There are also several fancy dining outlets in the area.
Additionally, there are many touring spots within a brief walking distance from the hotel. These include the Palace Royale, the Tower of Pey-Berland, and Miroir d'Eau de Bordeaux. There is also Pont de Pierre Bridge and the departure stop for the Bordeaux River Cruise. Furthermore, guests can also ride to St. Emilion for interesting vineyard tours. It is a 46-minute drive from the hotel. Besides, the Bordeaux-Merignac Airport is only a 30-minute drive from the resort.
This Michelin-starred hotel was initially designed by the renowned architect Victor Louis in 1789. He also had the esteemed distinction of creating the Grand Theatre right across the street. The historic hotel has attracted many French dignitaries, including Victor Hugo. The hotel's distinguished reputation stems from its rich history, architecture, and design.
A glass-canopied entrance greets the guests. They are then led through a gate accented with gold details, which add a modernistic element to the neoclassical outlook. The lobby leaves no stone unturned in bedazzling the guests further with red silk drapes, shiny white columns, and marble floors.
Moreover, the massive check-in and check-out desks have floor-ceiling glass windows and red lamps glimmering under the yellow light. Additionally, long, winding hallways leading guests to their rooms have bright wallpaper incorporating a refreshing pop of color.
There are 130 guest rooms at InterContinental Bordeaux. Guest rooms' interior design and infrastructure is a tribute to the hotel's holistic ancient regime splendor. The interior décor perfectly lives up to neoclassical standards, with thick mahogany furniture, dark-wood floors, and armchairs upholstered with red and gold fabric. Moreover, you can see Cultural French style in traditional French wallpapers and draperies. The walls are adorned with gilt-framed paintings and painted panels.
Moreover, guests typically have various options, including deluxe, executive, and superior rooms. Standard rooms, also called 'Classic rooms,' are relatively small. However, they feature wooden desks and side tables where guests can have meals.
If you want more spacious quarters, consider booking the executive rooms. These expansive rooms feature extraordinary views of the Grand Theatre and Arcachon Bay. But, of course, there's nothing better than lounging in the window seat at dusk, with a coffee cup in hand, and watching the orange-hued sunset over the beautiful Grand Theatre.
Furthermore, standard rooms have Nespresso machines, safes, free Wi-Fi, and minibars to cover all your midnight food cravings. Guest rooms are also air-conditioned. So feel free to get cozy in bed with soft pillows while binge-watching your favorite show on the flat-screen TV. Attached to the bedrooms are marble bathrooms with bespoke Molton Brown toiletries that elevate the bathing experience. Bathrooms also have separate rain showers, vanities, and massive bathtubs.
InterContinental Hotel Suites include Junior Suites, Family Junior Executive, Prestige, Executive Junior, Corner, and Royal Suites. They are more spacious than guest rooms, with expansive living rooms and extensive amenities, including free spa access. In addition, they offer fantastic views of the courtyard and gardens.
Family Suites typically include two bathrooms, while the Prestige Suite also has a wet bar. The most majestic of them all – the Royal Suite. It offers its guests picturesque city views and houses a private balcony with a hot tub. Moreover, couples relish retreating to the balcony at night for a relaxing hot bath. Concierge service at the hotel is also impeccable.
The InterContinental Bordeaux Hotel's flagship restaurant, Le Pressoir D'Argent, welcomed a new head chef, Gordon Ramsey, the renowned British celebrity. Under his leadership, the gourmet restaurant earned two Michelin stars. Among guest-favorite orders is the six-course tasting menu of St. Jean de Luz spider crab glazed with avocado, Yuzu mayonnaise, and ham with Comte cheese and nuts. The servers are well-dressed and are incredibly helpful in guiding guests about various dishes on the menu.
You can also expect an excellent candlelight dinner at the Le Pressoir D'Argent. It serves mouth-watering dishes and cool drinks that perfectly finish the meal. Moreover, a professional sommelier introduces guests to the restaurant's extensive collection of glasses and carefully pairs each dish with wine. The Grand Hotel's Wine Concierge is also available to assist guests in selecting and enjoying the ideal vintage. Finally, if you are looking forward to a flourishing presentation, don't forget to order the barbecued duck wing.
Another fascinating dining outlet at the hotel is the pièce de resistance restaurant. Here, you can order the delicious lobster sauce with blue lobster and complimentary verbena tea, asparagus, and broad beans. Desserts designed by the pastry chef, Arthur Fèvre, are also incredibly divine. White asparagus sorbet topped with yogurt foam is tempting, as is the citrus zest sorbet glazed with caramel and lime tuile.
Furthermore, Restaurant Le Bordeaux offers sidewalk dining where modern European dishes, including Beef Wellington, and fish and chips, are served. Finally, if you're up for an intimate drink with your partner, take a stroll the Night Beach. This is a rooftop bar with panoramic views of the beautiful city.
Breakfast at the hotel is brilliant, with croissants, bread, eggs, smoked salmon, cheese, ham, and fresh juices and fruits.
The hotel's Bains de Lea Nuxe Spa has a grand entrance featuring giant Roman statues. Moreover, the swimming pool has lounge beds on either side and is skirted by large windows with gold drapes.
The spa includes ten treatment rooms, a sauna, a steam room, a Vichy shower, a Hammam, and a hydromassage bath. Located on the top floor of the InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel, the luxurious Spa Guerlain is a 1000 m2 relaxation and relaxation area.
Additionally, the fitness center has cardio machines, free weights, and pilates machines. Guests also get fresh towels.
For business officials, the hotel has seven meeting rooms for conferences. The hotel also houses the St. Emilion salon, offering various hairstyling services.
InterContinental Bordeaux offers its guests a stay in luxurious quarters complemented with an extensive array of amenities that will bring your favorite fantasy to life. Stay at Intercontinental Bordeaux and experience this charming city.
Enjoy the best location in Bordeaux. The hotel sits on Place de la Comedie facing the Grand Theatre.
Do not miss to dine at Le Pressoir D’Argent Restaurant. The hotel restaurant is managed by Gordon Ramsay and has 2 Michelin Stars.
During the summer, relax on the rooftop with sun loungers and a hot tub.