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Intercontinental Paris Le Grand Lobby

Intercontinental Paris Le Grand


More than a hotel, it's an icon

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The Intercontinental Paris Le Grand hotel is much more than just a hotel. This historical monument is a landmark for its architecture, reputation and glorious past. Welcoming a lot of guests on business and leisure trips, the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand has been facing the Opera Garnier for more than 150 years, and its interior architecture resembles that of a royal palace. Its restaurant, the Café de la Paix, is also iconic. Enjoy! Parisianist

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About this place

2 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris
Line 3/7/8/12 - Opéra
Line A - Auber

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The Intercontinental Paris Le Grand has a total of 470 rooms, including 83 suites. All have been restored and re-decorated in the purest Napoléon III style with shades of red, blue and gold, and with typical 19th century furniture and paintings. Some have a view on the Opera Garnier and others even have a small terrace.

The average price of a standard room is 380 Euros, but prices may vary depending on the season.

The elegance of the rooms and the 19th century furniture does not exclude the fact that all rooms are equipped with modern comfort and technology: cable international TV, WiFi and a list of movies on demand.


Probably even more famous than the hotel itself, the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand’s restaurant, le Café de la Paix, is listed as a historical monument and one of Paris’ café icons. Breakfast is served in the morning, but it is to taste Chef Christophe Raoux incredible cuisine that a lunch or dinner at Café de la Paix is highly recommended. The terrace is the perfect spot to have a drink, especially on the side facing the magnificent Opéra Garnier.

Chinese and Japanese breakfasts are served as well to perfectly cater to the Asian customs, and on Sundays, the brunch is a delight (French pasties, cured meat, seafood, vegetables etc.)

Another place to savor a quick meal is the glass roof lobby at the center of the hotel. This social place is welcoming and naturally well-lit and offers on going service until midnight.

The bar of the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand is located next to the glass roof lobby and serves delicious cocktails, including the Original Dry Martini created in 1904 as a tribute to famous French actress Sarah Bernhardt.


Indulge yourself at The Intercontinental Paris Le Grand’s spa, operated by Algotherme. It is the only spa that offers marine treatments in Paris. Included in the spa area is a steam room and a sauna, which makes it a perfect area for relaxation between 9am and 8pm.

The fitness room, with state of the art equipment, is also located in the spa area.

A 24/7 concierge service is available.

Finally, in the lobby of the hotel, the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand regularly invites artists to expose their work.


The Grand Hotel de la Paix opened its doors on May 5th 1862 after 15 months of hard labor involving 64 000 workers working day and night to finish what was, at that time, the largest hotel in the world. It quickly became the place to see and be seen, so many artists, intellectuals and members of royal families gathered here for the night or just for dinner at the prestigious Café de la Paix. During WWI, the hotel became a military hospital and it is only in 1982 that this historical building joined the Intercontinental Group.

Parisianist Fun Fact: in 1869, it is in a suite of the hotel that James Gordon Bennett (director of the New York Herald) convinced Henry M. Stanley, a journalist, to head out to Africa and search for Dr. Livingstone, an adventurer who had been reported missing while on his quest to discover the source of the Nile.

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