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InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel

2-5 Place de la Comedie, 33000, Bordeaux France
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#17 of 196 hotels in Bordeaux
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By choosing InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel, you are choosing to be part of history. This luxury and refinement oasis in the very center of Bordeaux elected for the second year in a row France’s best leading hotel at the World Travel Awards will definitely please all kinds of travelers. Set in a refined setting imagined by interior designer Jacques Garcia, rooms at InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel are inviting you into the elegant atmosphere of the “Belle Epoque”. Covered with refined and meticulously chosen materials they welcome you in a true cocoon of wellbeing and sensuousness. InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel also means an incomparable quality of service. Unique in the very center of Bordeaux, enjoy a private and secured underground car park, the astonishing Spa Guerlain on the 5th floor of the building, 13 conference rooms to host your seminar or private events, a stunning rooftop overlooking the whole city and the best of gastronomy in our restaurant Le Bordeaux or in our two Michelin starred restaurant Le Pressoir d’Argent Gordon Ramsay. A few steps away from the city’s most famous points of interest, by walking, biking or by tram our location allows you to explore the wonders of the buzzing capital of Gironde region while fully enjoying your home away from home. For the wine lovers, enjoy the expertise of our 4 Golden Keys Concierges to organize tours in the most wineries in the world. Shopping, gastronomy or wellbeing, our hotel opens the doors to an all-around perfect journey. We have everything.
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marymcgol wrote a review Oct 18
Warren, Rhode Island149 contributions69 helpful votes
We stayed at the Intercontinental in Bordeaux. Upon arrival, we were told that we had been upgraded to a deluxe room. We were then escorted to our room by a member of the reception staff. This was good because the room was in an adjoining building and to get from the main hotel entrance to our room required taking 2 elevators and walking an entire city block. There were no other entrances to the hotel so we had to repeat this trek every time we left or returned to our room. The room itself was spacious, although the layout was a bit odd After using the facilities, one had to walk through the bedroom and a hallway to get to the sink in the main bathroom. Rather awkward... The major problem with the room however was lighting, or rather the lack of it. Although there were multiple lamps in the room, they seemed to have the lowest possible wattage. It was impossible to sit in a chair and read. We contacted the front desk; they sent up two more lamps, but none of them were bright enough to enable one to read. The following day we explained our issue to the front desk and they understood and had a floor lamp with a brighter bulb delivered to the room. Between the remote location and the lack of light, we felt we had been banished to Siberia. The staff at the front desk and in the breakfast room were very pleasant and helpful. The buffet breakfast was very good. Laundry service was excellent - shirt was delivered in less than 6 hours. In contrast, the staff in the courtyard bar were aloof and very slow. On our final evening, we left after waiting more than 15 minutes for a drink. The hotel’s location was great! Best in Bordeaux, convenient to many attractions and restaurants. We would return, but only if we were in the main building with an assurance of adequate lighting.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Matthew G wrote a review Oct 13
New Jersey2551 contributions806 helpful votes
When we were recently in Bordeaux for a few days for a wine-focused trip, my wife and I stayed at the Intercontinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel, and had a positive experience. We chose this hotel because it looked like the most centrally located, high-end hotel in the area, and this was exactly the case. The hotel is definitely not modern by any means, but it offered an immersive French experience that we enjoyed. Pre-Arrival Experience: Prior to our trip, I contacted the hotel by email to handle some requests and get help with a few things for our trip, mainly airport transfers. Bordeaux was our first stop in France after traveling from the US, so we wanted to make sure things would be simple upon our arrival when we’d be tired. I decided it could be worth it to book an airport transfer through the hotel, instead of using Uber (which is prevalent in Bordeaux) or another independent transfer. The airport transfers organized by the hotel were quoted to us as 150 Euros each way for a sedan, or 170 Euros each way for a larger van, and the cost can be charged directly to your hotel bill. Since we had a total of four suitcases (one large suitcase and one smaller carry-on suitcase each), the hotel recommended that we get one of the larger vans, which ended up being the right choice space-wise. Given that the airport isn’t all that far from the city center where the hotel was located (it’s about 20-25 minutes away), it seemed like a pretty steep price. However, it wasn’t out of the ordinary when compared to what other luxury hotels we visited on our trip in France were charging for similar services. I ended up booking the airport transfers through the hotel both ways, but probably wouldn’t do so again. Although the transfers worked out great, with clean cars and professional drivers, it’s all contracted through an outside company anyway, and not like hotel employees are coming to get you. I’m sure we could have found the same service for less if I had just put in more effort myself. I also asked the hotel for restaurant recommendations prior to our arrival, in addition to inquiring about whether we would be able to have a room with a view of the picturesque Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux opera house. Regarding restaurants, they sent a nice list quickly, but when I had a couple follow-up questions, they were pretty slow to respond and took over a week to answer some really basic things. It was similar with setting up the airport transfers, where some questions were handled very quickly, but other emails went unanswered for quite a while unless I followed up. Regarding the request for a room with an opera view, the hotel informed me that the room type we had booked on IHG points (the most basic Superior Room) does not offer an opera view. They told me that only Executive Rooms have opera views, and if we wanted to upgrade, we could have one of those rooms for 50 Euros extra per night. I appreciated how upfront they were about what room we could expect, and I agreed to the upgrade, since we wanted the nice view and also saw that Executive Rooms were supposed to be a bit larger. Arrival Experience: When we arrived in Bordeaux, everything went very smoothly. The driver was waiting for us at the airport with a sign with my name on it, and it was an easy drive to the hotel. The city center of Bordeaux where the Intercontinental is located is very busy, often with a lot of standstill traffic the closer you get to the hotel, but we still made it there quickly enough. Prior to our stay, I was also unaware that the hotel is in a pedestrian zone where cars are prohibited. The airport shuttle was able to get through a gated area to pull us up directly in front of the lobby, but Ubers we used at other times during our stay had to be met to the side of the hotel on a regular street, which was still easy enough. As soon as we pulled up to the hotel, a staff member came out to greet us and offered to take all of our luggage. We were whisked into the historic lobby and attended to immediately by one of the front desk clerks. She was professional and efficient, although not particularly warm. She then accompanied us to our room to show us how to get there and how things in the room worked, which was helpful. She gave a good overview of where hotel amenities are located while we were on our way up in one of the small elevators (the elevators also have pictures of each restaurant and other hotel service and the floor where it is located, which makes it easy to find things). No more than 5 minutes after the front desk clerk had gotten us settled into the room, another employee was there to deliver our luggage. Arrival was smooth and simple, which is exactly what I’m looking for. Room: Our room was on the 3rd floor (317), and generally very nice. The hallways to get to the rooms are dark and dramatic, with an old style and slightly musty smell, and the room carried out this feel, but in a way that generally felt nice and quintessentially French, rather than just dated. The room certainly was dated in some ways, with the printed carpet looking really old and worn (we even found a hole worn through in one spot), and the bathroom with its burgundy marble being far from modern. I would definitely like to see some updates made, even if the more traditional style is retained. However, we still liked the room and appreciated it for what it was, even though we are typically drawn to a more updated décor. I was glad we had upgraded to the Executive Room, since the room felt pretty large for city standards, but still wasn’t very big. It was rather narrow, and the bathroom in particular was tiny. The opera view was great, though! We had a perfect view of the opera house, and even though the square right in front of the hotel was busy and loud in the afternoons/evenings, we really couldn’t hear much at all from our room. I do wish the windows had opened fully so we could enjoy more fresh air. They were set so that you could open them only about 2 or 3 inches, which didn’t do much good. Otherwise, like I said, the room was very classic French, with deep colors, lots of different fabrics and patterns on the walls and floors, and a regal, grand feeling. There were two comfortable chairs with a side table near the window, which were a nice place to sit, and where we typically had breakfast each morning. The room was quiet with no appreciable noise from surrounding rooms or the hallway, which was great for sleep purposes. The king bed was definitely on the hard side though, and not one of the best mattresses we had on our trip. As far as modern technological features in this old hotel, the wifi was free and worked well, with a password provided at check-in. The room did have a pretty good number of outlets for charging devices, but I noticed that many outlets were in odd spots difficult to access, and there were very few near the bed where they were most needed. The phone in the room also didn’t work properly, which was odd. It wouldn’t make any calls unless the speakerphone was on, but when I’d try to call the front desk on speakerphone, they were always unable to hear me on the other end. This was a bit annoying, especially since we did need to call the front desk from time to time. Each time, I would call them from my cell phone instead, and they were always confused as to why I wasn’t calling from our room phone if I was a hotel guest. I tried to explain the whole thing each time and ask for someone to fix our phone, but it got lost in translation and was never fixed. One complimentary bottle of water was provided each day, which wasn’t really enough for us, especially given that there wasn’t turndown service provided in the evenings to replenish the water. It wasn’t until we were about to check out that I realized another bottle of the same water was available in the mini-bar in the closet, although it wasn’t clear if that additional bottle was complimentary or for an additional fee. Housekeeping was only offered once per day, and while they did a good job, and did little extras like helping to organize our toiletries in the bathroom, it would have been nice if evening turndown was offered, so that we could get additional water and have towels replaced (they never left more than two full-sized bath towels). One of the most frustrating aspects of the room was the bathroom. The bathroom included a tub/shower and sink in one room, and water closet with the toilet in a separate room next to it. I think it would have been much better if both portions of the bathroom were in the same room, since the space was so limited and hard to use. I think having one slightly larger-feeling room instead of two tiny ones would have worked better. It was also odd to have the toilet in its own room with no sink nearby or direct access into the main bathroom. The vanity was incredibly tiny with barely any counter space, and the tub was so deep that it was very hard to get in and out of (especially when wet), even for a younger person. Although the shower had good water pressure and plenty of hot water, it was also designed in such a way that you had to mount the handheld shower on the wall to take a shower, and the absolute highest it went was very low. Neither my wife nor I is particularly tall, and we both had to contort our bodies in ridiculous ways to wash our hair. Because the bathroom was so small, it also got incredibly hot and steamy each time we showered. The room had no fan, so there was no good way to let out the steam, and everything in the bathroom was just covered in water every time we had finished showering. It was very frustrating and made getting ready each morning a slow process. Between navigating the small space itself and waiting for the steam and wetness to clear, we often wasted a lot of time each day. Location: The location of this hotel could not be better for visiting Bordeaux, directly in the busy Place de la Comedie and walkable to many beautiful areas. We didn’t actually spend much time in the city since we were out wine tasting, but when we were at the hotel, we liked the nearby area and found it convenient to any restaurants we wanted to go to. If you’re focused on being right in the thick of things in Bordeaux, this would definitely be the hotel to choose. Dining: The Intercontinental has several dining options, and we definitely appreciated the variety. The flagship restaurant is Gordon Ramsay’s Pressoir d’Argent, a two Michelin starred restaurant on the second level of the hotel. We were really eager to try this restaurant, given the high rating and great things we’ve heard about it. I plan to write a separate review of Pressoir d’Argent with more details, but I can say that we absolutely loved it, and would highly recommend dinner here during your stay in Bordeaux, whether staying at the hotel or not. The more basic hotel restaurant is called Le Bordeaux, and is located right on the ground level. It’s a classic bistro-type restaurant, and offers every meal, every day, making it an easy option for hotel guests. We actually never had a meal at Le Bordeaux, so I can’t speak to its quality, but it had a nice setting with both indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the square, which looked very pleasant. We had planned to get breakfast at Le Bordeaux in the mornings, but ended up having room service every morning so we could save time. The room service at this hotel was very nicely done, always delivered on a nicely set table that was rolled into the room, and the food was generally good. We kept things simple and usually just got a basic continental breakfast, but we liked it. The menu was a bit basic for breakfast, with only few hot items offered. It was very simple and European in style. The hotel also has an outdoor rooftop bar, called Night Beach. The rooftop features a variety of outdoor couches and small tables with a tropical beach theme. We could tell that it gets quite popular up there with locals, since there is a check-in desk outside the hotel, and it often had a long line of people waiting to be allowed upstairs once a table became available. Since Night Beach doesn’t take reservations, we were curious if we’d have to join the list to wait for a table, but when I inquired, I was told that hotel guests are free to go up to the roof anytime and will always be given the next table, which was nice. When we chose to go up there one evening for drinks and light food, we were almost immediately disappointed. First of all, I don’t understand the tropical beach theme. The hotel is a grand, ornate building with views of similar structures nearby, so a tropical tiki bar doesn’t feel right. I expected an elegant, upscale place to get drinks, and this wasn’t that. It’s more of a tacky tropical theme that doesn’t make sense. Furthermore, the tables were all very, very close together, and it seems to attract a lot of smokers, even more than in other places we went. It was incredibly unpleasant to be in such close proximity to multiple groups who were smoking practically right into our faces. Beyond that, I also thought the food and drinks at Night Beach were just nothing special. The food menu is basically just sushi and a few other Asian items (some dumplings and tempuras). Even though the menu was limited to begin with, the server informed us that several items were unavailable. They had no white fish that day, which meant both the white fish sashimi and one of the sushi rolls (which usually features a white fish) were not options. We ended up trying the chicken potstickers, shrimp tempura, California bagel roll, and California shrimp tempura roll. The potstickers and shrimp tempura were pretty good, but the sushi rolls were just ok, not particularly well rolled or memorable. Drinks were also nothing special. Although there is a long cocktail menu that nicely breaks out the drinks by the base alcohol, what we tried was incredibly sweet and watered down. There is also the Bar L’Orangerie in the courtyard on the ground floor of the hotel off of the lobby, which looks like a very pleasant place to get a drink in a classic setting. Unfortunately, when the rooftop bar is open, the lobby bar is closed, so it’s more of a winter bar. I would much rather have had a normal lobby bar as an option over the rooftop. I even think that in the high season, both should be offered, since they’re very different and would still attract different clienteles. Spa/Gym/Pool: The Intercontinental does offer a spa, gym, and indoor pool, all of which are on the top floor of the hotel, directly below the rooftop bar. We didn’t use any of these amenities, but we went up there once just to see everything. That level is a bit of a maze, and we felt like we were trying to make our way through a labyrinth just to find the gym, which was in a dark room with lots of mirrors. The gym was pretty large and seemed well equipped from a quick look. The Guerlain Spa is in the middle of the top floor near the elevators, and is a more modern, serene retreat, with lots of light cream and white in the reception area. The indoor pool is considered to be part of the spa (and maintains the same hours). When I asked the attendant at the spa if she could point us in the direction of the pool just to see it, she gave a very odd response, first telling my wife and I that we would have to shower before we could go near the pool (we were fully clothed and clearly not looking to jump in). Once I explained again that we just wanted to see the facilities, she told us we had to take our shoes off to go near the pool, or else we would soil the light-colored carpet in the hallway leading to the pool. It all just seemed weird, but we complied and then took a look. The indoor pool is probably one of the most unique ones I’ve seen, with dramatic columns and curtains, almost like you’re in one of the rooms of a chateau that just happens to be filled with water. There were a few nicely appointed lounge chairs near the pool, so it seemed like it could be a really nice place to spend some time. If we had more time, we would have liked to return at another point in our stay. Staff Service: I thought staff service at this hotel was generally strong. We didn’t have a ton of staff interaction, but everyone we met was always pleasant, and they’d always say hello or goodbye as we passed in the lobby. Even right up to when we were departing the hotel early in the morning for check-out, it was nice that the front desk staff was anticipating our needs and asked if we would like any coffee to-go or anything else to have with us on our way to the airport. I thought it was a bit odd that there wasn’t a doorman to greet guests when entering the lobby, which I would have thought would be a standard part of the service at a historic 5-star hotel like this. As I mentioned above, I also thought the concierge staff was helpful, but a little inconsistent in their replies when I tried to make plans before our stay. During our stay, it was similar – everyone there seemed nice, but the service could be tightened. For example, on the day before checking out, I realized that the hotel had not given us a time yet for the shuttle back to the airport that we had arranged with the concierge (on the way into Bordeaux, I had received a nice email two days prior to specify all the details we needed to know for the transfer). I stopped at the concierge desk the night before our check-out to ask if a transfer time had been set, and the man who was working at the concierge desk told me he didn’t know, and that I’d have to return later to ask the concierge. For one, I would have assumed the person I was talking to was a concierge since he was working at the concierge desk. Second, if he didn’t know, I thought he should have taken ownership to get me the answer I needed and get back to me. It wasn’t a big deal, and I did return a bit later to get the answer with no problem. However, better service would not have asked me to undertake extra effort to get an answer. This is super minor, but just a general training item for staff members to ensure five-star service. Overall: Overall, my wife and I definitely enjoyed our stay at the Intercontinental Bordeaux. This was the first of several hotels we stayed in during a tour of France, and we consistently said that this one provided a really nice environment and comfortable stay, despite not being the freshest or most modern hotel on our trip. It has a good feel to it, and I think it would be a great choice for anyone looking to stay in a classic hotel in the best location in Bordeaux.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Book an Executive Room for a guaranteed view of the opera (lower categories look at side streets)
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Response from Ghb Bordeaux, Propriétaire at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel
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Dear Matthew G, Thank you for your detailed comments; this is invaluable for us to improve our services. We share all your comments with our staff. We are delighted that you had a good stay and that you recommend our establishment. We hope to see you soon at the InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel. Yours sincerely,
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kairo wrote a review Oct 7
Barcelona, Spain79 contributions22 helpful votes
It is a very old-fashioned grand hotel as most of the Intercontinentals. The style is truly behind the times even for me, being a middle-aged white male having stayed hundreds of nights in 5-star hotels. The location is superb, so is the cleanliness. We had no running water during almost 24 hours and had to „shower“ with bottled water, hopefully this does not happen often. The room is chock-full of bulky and unusable ugly furniture. In the center of the room there were two huge useless armchairs and an unusable table that consumed good 40% of the room space – extremely annoying as they were on my way all the time. The tiny working corner is like a built-in cupboard and only 50 cm wide and has no proper chair, just a stool. Do not expect to be able to work from your room. The service was OK but nothing special as usual in France in general. The breakfast was passable but not something you’d expect from a 5-star hotel. All in all – consider this place if you like Louis XIV style unusable fittings, design, etc.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Trip type: Traveled on business
Response from Ghb Bordeaux, Propriétaire at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel
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Dear kairo, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience in our establishment. We take your feedback very seriously and share it with all our staff. We hope to see you again at the InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel and hope that you will have a new experience. Yours sincerely,
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rdina76 wrote a review Aug 2021
Bordeaux, France3 contributions
We were in the executive room with view to the Bordeaux Opera. At arrival, reception knew about our arrival, the room was clean as expected for such hotel though. the services of cocktails and meals at the room during covid 19 time very professional. We were also at the Guerlain Spa. Enjoyable stay for my wife s birthday. the token of the flowers with her name was great!
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Date of stay: May 2021
Response from Ghb Bordeaux, Propriétaire at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel
Responded Aug 6, 2021
Dear rdina76, We would like to thank you for sharing your impressions with us. We are delighted that you had an exceptional time. We have shared your impressions with our team and hope to have the chance to welcome you again during your next stay in Bordeaux. Yours sincerely,
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Marbayreviews: Travel & Food wrote a review Jul 2021
246 contributions66 helpful votes
Intercontinental Grand Hotel Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel 22-26 July 2021 Room 263 A Review (TripAdvisor) Intercontinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for Service, Cleanliness & Breakfast Transportation Taxi from the airport arranged by Grand Hotel: Superb service! The chauffeur was already at the arrival area when we arrived from Zurich. He drove safely to the hotel and gave us a superb service. It took about 25 minutes from the airport to the hotel. Going back to the airport (homebound): The hotel also arranged the taxi. The head of concierge helped into putting our luggages in the taxi. The chauffeur drove safely and was pleasant. Both the concierge and chauffeur gave us a superb service! Reception & Concierge When we arrived at the hotel, we were met by a very helpful staff who carried our luggages to the reception. Then a staff brought them to our room. Reception: Very helpful! She followed us to the elevator and gave us information about breakfast and the hotel’s amenities/services. Concierge: Very helpful and took his time to show us where we go to take the sightseeing bus. Room Room: Charming and elegant! It reminded us of an 18th century chateau. It is very well renovated and designed. The room has a coffee maker. It also has an umbrella, iron and ironing board. The room, toilet and bathroom were impeccably clean. The beddings and towels were very clean and smelling fresh. You will be happy to use them. No worries of finding dirt or insects on them or looking worn out. The bathtub: If you are a short person, you will have a little difficulty climbing into the bathtub to have your shower/bath. Both the toilet and bathroom were fresh and modern with the convenience of modern living. The bathroom has all the necessary amenities (bathrobe, slippers, shampoo, conditioner, body gel and sewing kit). It has also a blow dryer. No need to bring your own. Suggestion for further improvement: It would be great to put a small wash basin in the toilet. The toilet and bathroom are separated from each other. You will have to go to the bathroom to wash your hands. Restaurant & Bar Roof Top Bar: We tried the hotel’s version of the Pina Colada. It tasted fresh and delicious! From the Roof Top Bar, you will have a view of Bordeaux. Great service! Breakfast: 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 23-26 July 2021: 5 stars for the service, cleanliness, quality of food, food presentation, table setting and elegant furniture. The restaurant observed pandemic protocol and each guest has a tong to use when taking food. We were served by Amanda who was cheerful, pleasant and gave us an excellent service. We sat by the window admiring the beauty of its surrounding and the theatre’s architecture. Catherine greeted us a pleasant morning. Such a fantastic gesture! We love the sunny side up fried eggs and omelette that were freshly prepared during breakfast by a pleasant and wonderful staff. Love it! ❤️ All the staff that we met gave us a pleasant welcome and wished us a good day. Myriam from breakfast even opened the door for us on our way out. All the staff was fantastic and certainly deserves a recognition and award from management! 🥇🏆 Overall: Highly recommended! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Ghb Bordeaux, Propriétaire at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel
Responded Aug 6, 2021
Dear Expertrecensent, We would like to thank you for sharing your impressions with us. We are delighted that you had an exceptional time. We have shared your impressions with our team and hope to have the chance to welcome you again during your next stay in Bordeaux. Yours sincerely,
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Frequently Asked Questions about InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Clock Escape (0.08 miles), Casse-Tête Bordelais (0.3 miles), and Bar a Vin (0.07 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, a rooftop bar, and free wifi.
Which room amenities are available at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Yes, paid private parking on-site, paid private parking nearby, and paid public parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Suzzi, Lume, and La Douce Parenthèse.
Are there opportunities to exercise at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Is InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Bordeaux.
Are any cleaning services offered at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does InterContinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.