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Taxis can be hard to find, especially at rush hour, at night, and on rainy days. Your best bet is to find a taxi rank marked with a blue sign, or to ask your hotel Doorman or the restaurant Maitre D' to call a taxi for you. A white light on a taxi's roof indicates the car is free. An orange light means the cab is busy. Most drivers will not take more than three people. Also, expect to pay an extra fee if someone sits in front, or if you place some heavy luggage in the trunk.
With floodlit views of the Opera House, this superbly renovated luxury hotel is at the heart of Parisian society. Opened in 1862, it defines historical grandeur, from Café de la Paix to La Verriere Restaurant, set in an 800 square metre winter garden. Elegantly appointed, the hotel’s boutique-style suites overlook stunning landmarks. Located in the 9th arrondissement, close to the Louvre Museum, shopping, theatre and banking districts, this luxury Paris hotel is an icon in the City of Light.

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InterContinental Paris - Le Grand

  • 2 Rue Scribe
  • Paris , 75009
  • France
  • Front Desk +33-1-40073232

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Languages spoken by staff

Arabic, German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch , Portuguese, Russian

Pet Policy

No pets allowed except guide dogs, for people with disabilities
  • Local Time

    12:13 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      2:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available
    • Evening Reception Desk Open


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    • Service animals allowed
    • 11 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 421 reviewers.
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Knowledgeable stuff From the Guest relations staff, the concierge staff and the Cafe de la Paix Manager made our stay memorable. Thank you! 24 December 2014
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Comfortable room Transparent curtains in the bathroom was not good. 21 December 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Place to Use Free IHG Chase Night Reward This was our 3rd time here and by far the best. We were in room 2315, which was a superior room with a large bed. I am a Platinum Ambassador and receive a one level upgrade at the time of booking for my Ambassador status and then another upgrade at check-in for my Platinum status. I had booked a Classic Room and had contacted the hotel that I would pay the 100 euro upcharge for Ambassador members to use the Executive Lounge, but on arrival, we went straight to the lounge and were greeted by Elisabeth, who told that since the hotel was full, that they could not upgrade our room so they gave us free lounge access. We were staying on each of our Chase “One free night” certificates that we receive each year for just an annual fee of $49 US. The reservations were in two names, but they combined them. The next day they said we could have a junior suite but that we would have to pay the 100 euro upcharge so I asked if we could stay in the same room and receive lounge access for free. They were so kind and let us do that. We had stayed in a different hotel each of the last 7 nights and didn’t want to have to pack and unpack again plus we were going out for most of the day and didn’t want to have to store our luggage. They made everything just right and took great care of us. This place, at least the lounge, has the most professional, personal service of any hotel in the world. Gilles took great care of us and made sure we had enough champagne and wine to drink each night and kept the supply flowing. We enjoyed our breakfast with eggs made to order and champagne in the lounge both mornings. There was another couple there from Maryland, I think, who kept talking about their dogs as if they were children. At first, I thought they had daughters. They were with a charming English couple, who may have been the parents of one of them. Everyone was so nice and friendly in the lounge. One night there were 4-5 groups, and we were all from Florida! The people from Miami even knew the same people back home! What a small world! The room was just the right size for our needs and was located very close to the elevator. There were service closets on each side so it was quiet. We had an inner room with a courtyard view. The bathroom had a separate shower as well as a tub. Everything was clean. The bed was very comfortable. We did have to unplug both lights so that we could use the electrical outlets, but that was no problem. It would be nice to have available outlets for guests’ use. We didn’t go to the front desk, and I only stopped by the concierge desk to drop off post cards to be mailed. We made full use of the lounge and were treated like royalty! I ate so much duck liver paté, lots of cheese, and some lovely pastries each afternoon and evening. I just can’t say enough about the lounge. Gilles is the best host in the world. Elisabeth, the young gentleman from Lebanon whose name I had written down but can't find, and others were also very helpful, professional, and nothing was too much to ask. They took care of everything. When we left for our parade, I told them and they sent housekeeping immediately so that our room would be clean on our return. I could go on and on, but just let me say, we already have reservations in early January and have booked a club room with our Ambassador weekend certificate. This is our favorite hotel in Paris and our favorite lounge (and staff) in the world!!! 20 December 2014
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