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InterContinental Paris le Grand

1,612 reviews
+33 1 40 07 32 32

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center
Child Care

Hotel InterContinental Paris le Grand: Grandeur in the Heart of Paris

What Do the Rooms Include?

A historic landmark overlooking the majestic Palais Garnier opera house, Hotel Paris le Grand embodies the luster and poise of its Opéra neighborhood setting. Lavish guest rooms replete with Napoleonic motifs, chandeliers, and Second Empire-style furnishings are appointed with flat-screen TVs, luxurious linens, and fluffy robes. Rooms overlooking Rue de Madeleine can be noisy.

What Amenities are Available?

Built in 1862 and a dead ringer for a Napoleonic palace, the hotel's sumptuous original features seamlessly coalesce with leading-edge amenities: a 24-hour fitness center, rooftop terrace, full-service spa, and outdoor terrace facing Opera Square. As in many Paris hotels, you will find two restaurants: the iconic Le Café de la Paix and Le Verriere, a winter garden haven.

How Much Will a Stay at Hotel InterContinental Paris le Grand Cost Me?

Small, classic rooms cost upwards of $832 per night. It's worth upgrading to a larger (377 square feet) superior room or an executive suite. The much-coveted VIP Club is the prized perk of a Club room reservation ($950). The best rooms (with a second-mortgage price tag of $1,200) are junior suites which feature marble bathrooms, antique furnishings, soaring ceilings, balconies, and jaw-dropping views of Palais Garnier.

What Does the Neighborhood Offer?

The hotel is a five-minute walk from Opéra Garnier/Opéra Metro stations and a stone's throw from Paris' must-see attractions, luxury boutiques, and department stores, including the fabulous Galeries Lafayette. At every turn, elegant boulevards and commemorative monuments speak to the city's Belle Époque. The Louvre Museum, Place Vendôme, and Avenue des Champs-Élysées are within one mile. A 15-minute stroll uphill stands the artist's enclave of Montmartre and earthy Pigalle.

What's the Botttom Line?

In 2003, the InterContinental invested over $1.5 million on renovations, and it shows. As with many hotel grand dames, some rooms have their foibles; quirky dimensions often compromise functionality. InterContinental brand devotees eulogize over the VIP Club with its epicurean delights: foie gras, free-flowing champagne, and smoked salmon. Due to its scale, the hotel can feel anonymous and the service, while generally flawless, is a little erratic.

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2 Rue Scribe
Paris, 75009
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User Highlights
"Right near Opera metro station" "Close to all tourist & shopping areas"
99% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Superb staff" "Staff helped us"
92% found the staff to be very friendly.
92% thought the service was very professional.
"The best egg" "Good brekfast"
100% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Elegant Winter Garden" "Amazing hotel decor"
77% thought the building was wonderful.
86% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Elegant Winter Garden" "Peaceful ambience"
87% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
86% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"A/c did not work" "Great bed linens"
59% said rooms were small.
88% said the beds were comfortable.
"Unclean corridor" "Smelly room"
Only 53% said rooms were clean enough.
58% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
"No coffee in the room" "No hot water"
59% said rooms were small.
88% said the beds were comfortable.
57% said the wifi quality was bad.
Value for money
"Expensive buffet breakfast" "Breakfast expensive"
100% said the breakfast was too expensive.
The price was too high for 80%.

Good to know...

Nice building
Comfortable beds
Friendly atmosphere
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
Michelin Guide
A true grand hotel typical of the 19C, the Intercontinental stands on the Place de l'Opera in the heart of Haussmann's Paris.
Travel + Leisure
Since its doors first opened in 1862, Le Grand has welcomed more than a few illustrious guests—queens, kings, and maharajahs among them.
Time Out
The space under the vast verrière is one of the best oases in town, and the hotel's restaurant and coffeehouse, the Café de la Paix, poached its chef, Laurent Delarbre, from the Ritz.
For a relaxing daytime break, head to the I-Spa for one of its seawater treatments.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Child Care
Fitness Center
Free Wifi
Spa or Sauna
From 2:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Local Tax: EUR 3.3 per person, per night. This tax does not apply to children under 18 years of age.
  • Deposit: EUR 2.48 per night
  • Parking Fee: EUR 40 per day
  • Breakfast Fee: EUR 45 per person (approximately)
Some smoking-allowed rooms
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible