Inaugurated in 1862, by the empress Eugénie, InterContinental Paris le Grand is an iconic Parisian property situated in the City of Lights across from the Opera Garnier.
In 2021, the fully renovated InterContinental Paris Le Grand is reopening to the public. Its restaurant, Le Café de la Paix, also returns to the Parisian scene, flaunting meticulous renovations of its famous decor which is listed on the French heritage list. The past months of renovations have worked their magic, subtly transforming the hotel, while reviving its trademark Napoleon III spirit.
This sublime renovation, created by interior architect Pierre-Yves Rochon, giving the biggest luxury hotel in Paris an optimum level of comfort and contemporary feel. The hotel benefits from a new club lounge and five new Signature suites, which symbolize the new face of the InterContinental Paris Le Grand. These new accommodations are designed to be luminous apartments, each boasting a unique, resolutely chic and contemporary decor, even if Second Empire style can be read between the lines.