The five-star hotel strives to offer the short-stay guest or the well-to-do resident unforgettable memories of an almost-improbable moment of rare exception, in an enchanting and luxurious setting. Firmly ensconced in the heart of the Girondine capital, the building - designed by architect Victor Louis in the late 18th century - has been home to both Jean de Sacriste and the Comte de Roly, and provided a source of admiration and curiosity for over 200 years.
The 130 rooms and suites of the InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hôtel combine tradition and glamour in décor that is almost theatrical in nature, comprised of plush curtains and classic furniture in fine upholstery. The heated marble floors of the bathrooms, meanwhile, add a generous dash of comfort.
Give yourself an afternoon relaxing in the spa, which is spread over three levels, before dining at the Michelin-starred Pressoir d'Argent restaurant, brought to you by top celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. On the top floor, the royal suite with open-air Jacuzzi offers a captivating view of Bordeaux, as does the rooftop terrace of the Night Beach lounge bar, which becomes one of the most popular hotspots in Bordeaux every summer: a jungle of lush greenery right in the heart of the city.
InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hôtel
2-5 place de la Comédie
+33 (0)5 57 30 44 44
Rooms: from 213 EUR