InterContinental Paris Le Grand is ideally located, in the 9th arrondissement, close to the Louvre Museum, shopping, theatre and banking districts.
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My wife and I stayed at Intercontinental Le Grand for one night on a Saturday. We booked a classic room and as a Spire Elite Ambassador were upgraded to an Opera view room (4122) on arrival. The room was classically decorated with a huge bed, reasonable size bathroom with bath and a tight squeeze walk in shower and a balcony with an incredible view of the Opera house. Toiletries were Anne Semonin. I prefer the usual Agraria products. Staff at check in were very friendly as was room service. Due to my status we were given a drinks voucher for two. We had some champagne in the bar when we got back from dinner. The bar was a nice space to spend time in, watching the bar tender create the drinks and listening to the piano. Breakfast in the morning at Café de la Paix was great though not the best ever as some TA comments note. I had smoked salmon, bacon, eggs, veal sausages, bread, pancakes, pastries, yoghurt, smoothie etc. Nice coffees available on demand. My wife had an omlette from the egg station. Overall, a fantastic hotel. I would return.
"Brilliant Paris style Hotel - Love at First Sight!"
The room is a miniature version of the rich, lavish history of France. We came here from Versailles and it looked like the rooms belonged to those era. Same royal decor with modern amenities would just make you fall in love with the place at first sight. Located right next to the Paris Opera, this place is in heart of Paris City Center. You have excellent brand shops surrounding the hotel and about 3kms from Eiffel Tower. This place is about 1.5 kms from Louvre as well. So most of Paris can be covered by foot if you are staying here. What WOW'd me' +Amazing King Sized Bed +Big Bath room with a holy big Tub +All the goodie Amenities + Free drinks at the bar + Luxurious decor + Michelin Star Restaurants + Amazing and courteous staff + The fact that the hotel is a Palace All in all this product from IHG is a gem and definitely worth 5*
"Back Again and Just as Great!"
This is the place for me in Paris, a real "home away from home". Comfortable and luxurious, elegant, but not too stiff or arrogant--just right. This hotel is one of the best examples of an InterContinental hotel that I have been to--and I've been to quite a few being a Platinum Ambassadord member. First, the hotel remembered that it was my mother's birthday in a couple of days and sent up a cake without me saying a word (which I wouldn't have as I'm not that type of person.) It was so nice and thoughtful of them and shows the kind of people they have working there. They also upgraded us to two adjoining rooms with STUNNING views of the Opera Garnier which I adored. The rooms were very comfortable, great bedding, very, very clean, and with great, plush towels. (And having great towels to me is a sign of a truly luxurious hotel.) The location of the Le Grand is unbeatable--right in the heart of the Paris and I could literally see the Galeries Lafayette from my bathroom window which was dangerous for me as I love to shop! I am already looking forward to my next visit--and I'd recommend you stay here too.
Hotel offers a great view and also a great amenties and premium services . But still I believe hotel can offer more international cuisine food options as it was very difficult for my family to adjust as I believe not many options were not available in the hotel .As I believe hotel of your standard should have a more options in vegetarain and also keeping in mind your club lounge which does not offer any snacks in vegetarian . Also your club lounge was like a public buffet service with long waiting line instead lounges should be more quiter and have more space . I reported to the hotel about the same issue about lounge as I have paid for lounge access but after constanlty watching no vegetarian snacks and long waiting in the service area I could not avail the services. I couldnt feel its an intercontinental and I also find your staff less hospitable and little arrogant at breakfast area . Regards Surya Gupta 11th november 2017
"BRILLIANTLY RUN OLD STYLE HOTEL"
This is an old style luxury hotel. The public areas are stunning and the rooms large (especially for Paris). I really hope that this hotel does not get a makeover. Currently, everything is decorated in the classic style. One can imagine that not a lot has changed since it opened. When huge hotels like this are given a makeover, the owners cannot resist modernising (look at The Ritz) and something is lost. The staff are not stuffy - just very helpful. We had a view of the Eiffel Tower from our room which makes a stay in a Paris hotel just right. The A/C works (not always the case in such an historic property), as does the (free) wifi. This is our third stay. This time we could afford the 45 Euro breakfast. It is a VERY high price - but, I have to admit, probably justified. The Café de la Paix (where breakfast is served) is an outstanding room - and every palate is catered for. This breakfast is probably the best I've ever had - it equals the spectacular spread at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. The extremely smartly dressed General Manager inspects breakfast every morning. He has a certain presence - and this may be one of the reasons behind the attention to detail. We got back to our room one morning just as the maid was leaving. Two minutes later a member of staff arrived with two bulbs to replace bulbs that the maid had reported as faulty. To have a property this big this well managed must be a huge exercise. Two really minor quibbles: the minibar is one of those that is fully stocked and it charges you if you so much as move anything. Nobody really uses minibars these days. Whilst there was a small space for guest's use, I'd have preferred a straightforward fridge. the previous supplier of bedding was better. So good, in fact, that I have in the past asked the hotel to order some for me. This year I took 2 days to drive to their factory (they don't ship to private customers) to buy some of their amazing pillows. The current supplier is good - but nothing like the old ones! A kettle is provided (and you can fit milk into the gap in the mini bar) and there are British TV channels - so Brits are obviously welcome. On a practical note, there is a "Monop" within a 4 minute walk (a Monoprix food hall) which sells cold drinks and excellent sandwiches. Do some research on restaurants before you go. Some local restaurants are good, others not (this is a very touristy area, similar to Oxford Street). There is a taxi rank outside, Ubers are constantly circling and there is an (unmarked) entrance to the Metro within 50 yards. Thank you Intercontinental. Thank you General Manager, you obviously work very hard. Finally, thank you for recognising my membership of your loyalty programme. All IHG properties are meant to - but not all do.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM