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PRESS KIT 2013
Data Sheet p.3
InterContinental Paris Le Grand : capturing the spirit of Paris p.4
150 years of history p.6
Café de la Paix, a Parisian institution since 150 years p.8
The Chef, Christophe Raoux
The Pastry Chef, Dominique Costa
The Bar and Verrière p.12
Club Lounge p.13
Unique conference space in the heart of Paris p.14
I-Spa by Algotherm p.16
Sustainable Development and CSR p.17
Christophe Laure, General Manager p.18
Useful contacts p.18
Contacts : 2, rue Scribe - 75009 Paris
Tel: +33(0)1 40 07 32 32
Fax: +33(0)1 42 66 12 51
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General Manager : M. Christophe Laure
Opening Date: 5 may 1862
Latest renovation : 2003
Rooms and Suites : 470 including 398
rooms and 72 suites. 4 presidential suites.
11 rooms designed to accommodate the
disabled. 22 rooms with balcony and
panoramic view over Paris and the Eiffel
Tour. 82 rooms and suites enjoy a direct
view over the Opéra. All are non-smoking.
Club Lounge: An exceptional VIP salon
overlooking the Opéra is open to the club’s
guests and covers two levels where they
can enjoy breakfast, cocktails or other
refreshments depending on the time of day
Le Café de la Paix : In a listed building, a
legedary insitution in Paris with top-class
menu. Open every day from 12 noon to
3.30 pm for lunch and from 6.00 to 11.30
pm for dinner.
Capacity: seats 240 inside ans 70 on the
Chef : Christophe Raoux, « Compagnon du
Tour de France ».
Pastry Chef : Dominique Costa
Le Bar: open every day from 11 in the
morning to half past midnight.
La Verrière : in this superb winter garden
with restaurant, lunch is served from 12.30
to 3.00 pm from Monday to Friday.
21 conference and reception rooms
accomodating between 10 and 1200
people, including the most famous
ballroom in Paris, listed on the
supplementary inventory of historic
monuments : the Salon Opéra.
Facilities and Services :
Minibar, safe, broadband Internet
connection, multi-line telephone with voice
mail, satellite television with 40
international channel, pay-per-view video
and Internet access with cordless keyboard,
, thick toweling bathrobes, hair-dryer,
express laundry/dry-cleaning service,
24hour room service, reception service
open to guests 24 hours a day for any
questions about the hotel’s services, the
city, as well as organizing and booking
excursions, dinners and other outings in
Paris and the rest of France.
Spa and Fitness Club : I-Spa by
Algotherm : The only spa in the centre of
Paris providing treatments developed
through cutting-edge research by the
specialist Algotherm. The Fitness Club
features a running machine, Elliptical trainer,
steppers, body-building apparatus and sauna.
INTERCONTINENTAL PARIS LE GRAND : CAPTURING THE SPIRIT OF PARIS
InterContinental Paris Le Grand is a sumptuous 470-room hotel alongside Paris Opera House.
Just a short walk from the major tourist attractions, department stores and luxury boutiques
bordering Place Vendome, as well as the bustling business district, it stands in the very heart
of the French capital. Reflecting its colourful past and 150-year association with one of the
city’s liveliest areas, it captures the authentic and eternal spirit of Paris.
To cross the threshold of the historic but fully renovated building is to enter into a world of
exuberance in scarlet and gold, swathed in majestic drapes… InterContinental Paris Le Grand
wears the striking colours of Paris Opera House, its junior by a number of years, with which it
shares many memories – and a few secrets. Its 800 sq. m central winter garden, La Verrière, is
a light-filled haven of peace in the midst of the bustle of the city.
Opulence and elegant details characterise the 470 guestrooms (398 rooms and 72 Suites).
These private sanctuaries feature a coordinating palette of deep blues, reds and golds with
engravings depicting dance and music. Polished mahogany furniture, sophisticated printed fabrics
and raised beds draped in stylish throws: luxury and comfort are the watchwords here. With
marble and subtle tones throughout, the bathrooms are the epitome of relaxation. Many have
natural daylight. The 4 presidential suites are genuine top-class apartments. All are furnished
with flat screen TV. 11 rooms are designed to accommodate the disabled. 22 rooms with
balconyand panoramic view over Paris and the Eiffel Tour. 82 apartments offer an unrivalled
view over the Opera House. From their windows, Paris has never seemed so intimate. The
whole hotel is non-smoking.
The hotel, which was the biggest and most modern of its time, has always been avant-garde,
once using the first hydraulic elevator in France. The classically elegant decor conceals the very
latest technologies: high-tech air-conditioning systems, 40 television channels from across the
world on flat screens, films on request, dual telephone lines and high-speed Internet
connections. Not forgetting wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) in all public areas and lounges. All whilst
pursuing an increasingly active sustainable development policy.
Here business and leisure travellers alike enjoy personal attention. The most demanding guests
have access to the Club Lounge: a “hotel in the hotel” with even superior services to rival the
best establishments in the French capital.
In a listed building, its restaurant Café de la Paix is a legendary institution in the area. Chef
Christophe Raoux, formerly with Ducasse, showcases seasonal produce and prepares the
Fashion Pastries designed by the biggest names in haute couture.
150 YEARS OF HISTORY
Le Grand Hotel was inaugurated on May 5, 1862 by Empress Eugenie, spouse of Napoleon
the IIIrd. It opened its door to clients on June 30, of the same year. At this time were the
successes of the Second Empire, the great works of the Baron Haussmann, transforming
Paris in a modern, hygienic, opened, aerated city, the time of economical progress, due to
development of railways and means of communication. It was a peaceful time, without war.
Parisians were very interested by the construction of this gigantic hotel, the largest in the
world, in the entirely new district of the Opera House, a new Parisian "hypercentre" close to
economical, financial, political, media and cultural powers.
The hotel offered 800 guestrooms and suites, on 4 floors for guests and 1 floor for servants, a
"Table d'hôte" restaurant, the Café de la Paix, a tea-room (Café-Divan), and many salons for
Princes, Press, Lecture, Correspondence, Ladies, Balls, Concert-dinners, Billiards, very
important cellars, and storages for wine of every French wine regions. There was also a
studio of photography.
Each hotel room and suite had a fireplace. Only the most luxurious suites had a bathroom,
but guests could have a Bath service giving many hydrotherapic cares, bathes, showers,
frictions... The decor of rooms was in the Second Empire style. Some parts of the actual hotel
kept their original decor: the Salon Opéra, former Ballroom, the ceilings, columns and wall
paintings of Café de la Paix, the ceiling of the Imperial Suite...
Right from the very beginning the Le Grand Hotel Paris was the place to see and be seen.
Kings, queens, maharajahs and sultans from all over the world have stayed there, from last
Tsar and Tsarina of Russia and King Edward VII of England up to Queen Rania of Jordan.
The hotel went on to become a hub for artists, actors and creative movements. Victor Hugo
hosted banquets at the hotel and Emile Zola had his decadent and tragic heroine, Nana, die in
a flowered room at the fourth floor. In 1869, this is in the hotel’s Imperial suite where James
Gordon Bennett, founder of the International Herald Tribune, met with Henry W. Stanley to
convince him to venture in search of Dr Livingstone in Africa.
During the First World War the hotel was partially converted into a military hospital, but the
Jazz era ushered in a raft of new famous names, such as Josephine Baker who sang at the
nearby Olympia Music Hall and Noel Coward and Marlene Dietrich, who were regular guests.
The list of its prestigious guests is long. More recent visitors have included James Cameron,
Buzz Aldrin, Timothy Hutton, Jean Reno, Roman Polanski, Patricia Cornwell, Christian
Lacroix, Marilyn Manson, Lou Reed, John Travolta, Juanès, the Black Eyed Peas, John Galliano
and the Corrs… Roman Polanski used Le Grand Hotel Paris as a location in his taut thriller
Frantic, while the fashionable heritage of the hotel made it the ideal setting for much of
Robert Altman’s Prêt-à-Porter.
With its famous restaurant the Café de la Paix, InterContinental Paris Le Grand embodies a
part of the history of the French capital.
InterContinental Paris Le Grand is celebrating its 150 th anniversary
with an iPhone and Androïd compatible application, inviting the
public in through the back door of its legendary establishment.
The hotel has decided to share all its secrets: “A hotel tour”, “A
neighborhood tour”, “History”, “Photo Gallery”, “The Hotel and
Cinema”… Each of these visits is narrated in light-hearted fashion
and available in text format for the hearing impaired! This new
application can be launched very simply from the Apple Store or by
flashing a QR code inside the hotel. Smartphone users can choose
their language (French/English) and surf directly in the desired
category. How better to discover the hotel, and steep yourself in a
legend and its neighborhood.
LE CAFE DE LA PAIX, A PARISIAN INSTITUTION SINCE 150 YEARS
The legendary Café de la Paix has been the Grand Hotel’s café-restaurant since it opened in
May 1862. It is seen as a symbol of Paris throughout the world. Following lavish redecoration
in the initial Second Empire style in 2003 and a return to culinary excellence with talented
chefs, the historic institution has been restored to its former glory in recent years, providing
fine dining in the French capital once more. On the corner of Place de l’Opéra, Café de la
Paix opens onto a luxurious reception hall giving access to the café and restaurant. Both a
witness and participant in the history of Paris since 1862, Café de la Paix continues to be the
place where people come to see and be seen and where Parisians, visitors, celebrities and the
less famous are happy to rub shoulders.
Depending on the season, the “café” offers the choice between the outdoor terrace giving
onto Place de l’Opéra and Boulevard des Capucines (one of the most photographed in Paris!)
and the bright covered seating area lining the same boulevard. On the menu: drinks and light
meals, to be enjoyed whilst watching the world go by.
The “restaurant” leads to one of the majestic rooms with gilt panelling, columns and listed
frescoes. The focal points of the bright and airy interiors are the stylish red semi-circular
banquettes, which create an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.
The menu changes rapidly according to the seasons and depending on the arrivals of meat,
fish and other vegetables, which are often from small independent growers. It is a cooking
style that rejects all pretention for a return to the very essence of gastronomy. Café de la
Paix is at the forefront of the fight for greater traceability and authenticity on the dinner plate.
The Parisian institution also has an exceptional wine list. It offers an extremely wide choice,
from wines from small growers to grand cru.
Perfect for business or pleasure, a table d’hôte and large semi-private alcove, “Carré Opéra”,
can seat twelve to forty people in a prestigious setting.
Chef Christophe Raoux
Conviviality and distinction characterise the unique atmosphere of this legendary location,
whose “classic contemporary” menu has been developed by “Compagnon du Tour de
France” Christophe Raoux since October 2009. His career has led him to major restaurants –
no fewer than seven with two Michelin stars! – and professional collaborations with
exceptional chefs like Manuel Martinez, Guy Legay, Michel Roth, Gérard Besson and Alain
Ducasse, for whose group he was executive chef. Christophe Raoux prepares simple,
flavoursome cuisine that emphasises quality produce. “I like polished dishes, jus that have a real
taste of jus, products that exude their real flavours…” he stresses.
Patsry Chef, Dominique Costa
Dominique Costa has been the Pastry Chef at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand Hotel
since May 31st, 2010. He is in charge of all the Pastry, and works closely with Head Chef
Christophe Raoux for the creation of the famous “Fashion Pastries” at Café de la Paix. As a
Chef he has great respect for products and tradition, an attitude which he is very happy to
instil throughout his team. Pastry has been a constant interest since he was 14. This
profession is both very hard and very wonderful. It gives him the possibility of having a
multitude of things to produce in one day, be it Viennese pastries, cup cakes, desserts on a
plate, creations, a stacked cake, a buffet, a fashion dessert and more. From the Château Hotel
Mont Royal to the Bora Bora Sheraton, he learned from sereval Chefs such as Thierry Bridon
(Hôtel Lutetia), or within Alain Ducasse’s team.
It is also the only restaurant in the world to serve desserts created by the biggest global
names in fashion all year long. Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Chantal Thomass, Agnès b., Paco
Rabanne, Gaspard Yurkievich, Claude Montana, Elie Saab, Franck Sorbier, Marithé + François
Girbaud and Zuhair Murad, Frankie Xie, Manish Arora, are just some of the fashion designers
and couturiers who have left their prestigious stamp on Fashion Pastries since 2005, which
are available for limited four-month periods. These short-lived creations, gourmet and
glamorous, illustrate the vitality of the institution, which has been adapting to the rhythm of
the French capital for 150 years.
Sunday brunch features fresh, authentic products, all prepared on site. In addition to
deliciously flaky pastries, bacon, sausages and scrambled eggs, the cold buffet offers a
wide range of elegant foods to choose from: smoked salmon, taboulé, salads, terrines, hams,
foie gras, cheeses. Seafood lovers will head straight for the oyster bar at the Café de la
Paix, while the Asian buffet invites you to discover the delights of the Far East: a variety
of sushi and maki, wok and a daily special to vary your pleasures. Finally, the spectacular
dessert buffet stars the scene-stealing millefeuille, sharing the spotlight with lemon meringue
pie, chocolate donuts, fruit tarts and other sweet treats… the perfect finish!
At the Café de la Paix, children enjoy their own special area: “Les Ateliers de Macha” where
every meal is a voyage of discovery through the capital and its cultural riches, inviting
children to create a variety of original works. For 3 years old and up.
82 € per person, including a glass of rosé Champagne. 50% off for children under the age of 12.
Free for children under 3. Sundays from 12:15 pm to 15:30 pm.
The oyster bar
Café de la Paix is perhaps best known for its seafood platters, whose famously fresh, generous
portions are piled high using the day’s catch. Perle Blanche, Gillardeau or Spéciales d’Isigny
Taillepied oysters, queen scallops, lobster or sea urchins… the oyster bar will satisfy the most
demanding seafood connoisseur. Frédéric Andrès, the 32-year old, Sous-Chef under
Christophe Raoux, ensures a careful selection process with brio, fanning the flame of his love
affair with shellfish ever since he lived on the coast of Marseille at the age of 12. After
studying at the Ferrandi School, he became an apprentice at Goumard Prunier in Paris (2*
Michelin in 1996) where he learned all about the very best fish and oysters, took care of
lobster cages and other exceptional products straight from the ports of Octavy, Quiberon,
He went on to work at Fauchon, then Ladurée. In 2000, he participated in the reopening of
the House of Denmark on the Champs Elysées where he became a specialist in cooking
herrings, wild salmon and cod, thanks to frequent trips to Denmark. He then joined the
Résidence de la Pinède (2* Michelin) before bringing his expertise to the customers of Café
de la Paix.
The oyster bar is open Monday to Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 6 pm to 11:30 pm
THE BAR AND LA VERRIÈRE
Whether entering InterContinental Paris Le Grand by the main door on the Rue Scribe, or
through the more discreet entryway on the Boulevard des Capucines, all paths lead to the
superb 8,611 square foot winter garden, the Verrière, set right in the middle of the hotel. It is
a magnificent haven of peace, well protected from the noise and commotion of the streets
outside, where one can meet a friend for a drink, a cup of tea or a nice meal.
At lunchtime, from Monday to Friday, the La Verrière restaurant offers a selection of
delicious dishes in a relaxed atmosphere, bathed in natural light which filters through the
imposing 4,306 square foot glass structure. La Verrière’s menu emphasizes seasonal
specialties and offers a selection of high quality wines.
Cozy and intimate, the Bar of InterContinental Paris Le Grand – one of the first Americanstyle
bars in Europe - offers quick, tasty meals during the lunch hour and delicious cocktails in
the evening, by the chef barman Thierry Dieppedalle.
THE CLUB LOUNGE
Within InterContinental Paris Le Grand is a space of extreme luxury and special privileges:
the Club Lounge. Truly a “ hotel within a hotel ”, it offers exceptional comfort and a range of
exclusive services for the most demanding leisure and business customers who are
accustomed to nothing but the best. As soon as they arrive, the Club Lounge guests are
welcomed as VIPs, without having to check in at the general reception area. Reserved
especially for them on the hotel’s 5th floor, a duplex salon dressed in classic, refined décor,
will then set the pace for their visit.
There, Club guests may enjoy a quiet, peaceful breakfast in the Club’s attractive private dining
room. Pastries and an assortment of delicious jams, fresh fruit, muffins and other Viennese
breads are offered in a buffet. Depending on the time of day, guests can also delight in light
snacks and refreshments, sweet or salty canapés and appetizers, and, from 6 p.m. onwards,
evening cocktails. On the upper level of this beautifully decorated duplex, Club Lounge guests
can indulge in the blissful quiet of a sitting room, which overlooks the rooftops of Paris and
the magnificent statues of the Garnier Opera House. The relaxing room provides comfortable
sofas and armchairs, and a television broadcasting world news.
The Club InterContinental offers other exclusive installments, which are particularly
appreciated by business travelers: wi-fi access, a brightly decorated private meeting room for
up to 6 people that can be reserved upon request as well as a work space equipped with two
computers, high-speed Internet, a scanner and a printer, that are available continuously. Any
Club InterContinental guest can invite a person of its choice to enjoy these exclusive
privileges for a flat rate.
A UNIQUE CONFERENCE AND BANQUET SPACE IN THE HEART OF
InterContinental Paris Le Grand Hotel boasts a 24,326 square feet (2,200 m2) conference
space, unique in the French capital. The space consists of 21 rooms, all equipped with the
latest technologies, including Wi-Fi, enabling InterContinental Paris Le Grand to host small
meetings of 20 people up to large conferences of 600. And this in the heart of Paris, in a
unique, prestigious setting.
Opéra Conference Center : 13 rooms at daylight
13 of these high-tech rooms comprise the Opera Conference Centre, located on the hotel’s
first floor. This space, which favours small-scale events and sub-committees, opens onto an
attractive, spacious reception hall near to the lifts. Decorated in a resolutely contemporary,
dynamic style, each room can hold from 20 to 140 people in “theatre-style”, and up to 250
people for cocktails. All of them benefit from natural lighting, with the largest rooms offering
pleasant views over the rue Scribe or the Boulevard des Capucines. Those used to spending
time in meetings will appreciate the true value of these splendid views.
The Ravel Salon
The 160 m2 Ravel Salon is ideal for mid-size meetings and banquets, and holds up to 120
people. With its classical, flamboyant, predominantly red decor, it provides an incomparable
setting in which up to 200 guests can gather for cocktails.
The Berlioz Salon
On the lower ground level, this room is used particularly for meetings, seminars or plenary
assemblies. Dressed in red and gold wall fabric, in perfect harmony with the hotel’s Second
Empire colour scheme, the 450 m2 Berlioz Salon can receive up to 550 people in theatrestyle.
Its two adjacent rooms, the Gounod and Bizet (168 m2), can be used for conference
breaks and workshops, or for secretarial services.
The Opéra Salon
This is the most renowned ballroom in all of Paris. With its opulent statues and gilding, its 14-
metre high ceilings, monumental chandelier and circle of mirrors, offering an absolutely
limitless perspective, it evokes the splendour of the Garnier Opera House, its illustrious
neighbour, created just a few years later. Able to receive up to 450 guests for a gala dinner,
host a conference for 600 people, and put on a cocktail party for 700, this classified
monument is one of the most reputed places in Paris for prestigious evening events, product
launches and fashion shows. Used along with the adjacent Ravel Salon and the Verrière, the
Opera salon can receive 960 guests for dinner and 1,600 for cocktails.
I-SPA BY ALGOTHERM, AT A STONE’S THROW OF THE OPÉRA GARNIER
Renovated in October 2011, this one-of-a-kind fitness center was the 1st spa created by
Deep Nature 6 years ago, and the only one to offer veritable marine based care routines
at the heart of the capital. Cutting edge care developed by R&D specialists at Algotherm is
offered in a universe of plenitude, devoted entirely to the 5 senses, to truly reconnect with
your inner self, r e f o c u s , r e c e n t e r . Each care routine combines marine based
ingredients with the gentle energies of chromotherapy and aromatherapy.
The I-Spa by Algotherm features the wrap table, for ultimate relaxation while enjoying care
routines involving rhassoul clay or black soap, as well as exfoliating scrubs after the hammam.
To treat your body right, the Multi-Sensorial Shower offers a totally new shower
experience to rebalance, stimulate or relax your body thanks to three different types of jets
(Balancing, Energizing and De-Stressing) and the use of colored lights. The I-Spa also offers a
range of body de-stressing, jetlag and deep tissue massages (which drain muscular tension and
recharge energies), as well as facials and manicures.
The Spa is also equipped with a fitness centre open 24 hours a day with the most up-todate
cardio-training equipment: 4 treadmills with TV, 1 stepper, a pneumatic, multi-muscle
ody building apparatus, elliptical trainer, an area for stretching and a relaxation area which
includes a sauna equipped with one large stimulating shower, and a relaxation room whose
variable lighting effects create a calm, quiet atmosphere.. And before leaving, they can indulge
in a cup of a specially created blend of detox tea, exclusive to I-Spa, which combines the
purifying characteristics of ginger, honey, lemon juice and maple syrup.
Only a few steps from the Opera, escape is now within easy reach.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CSR
Since 2007, the InterContinental Paris Le Grand hotel has implemented an active
policy of sustainable development and social responsibility, focusing on
the four following areas: Energy efficiency (water, gas and paper), Recycling, Pollution
reduction, Social responsibility of the hotel and its employees. What makes this policy unique is that
it concerns a 150 year-old building, portions of which are registered historic landmarks.
Working within this framework represents a special challenge and demands even higher levels
of commitment for a hotel measuring 44,000m2, with 470 rooms, 21 meeting rooms and
employing 612 people.
Green Key Certified 2012: this label, attributed by an independent jury since 1998,
rewards the many initiatives successfully run by the hotel since 2007 to promote energy
efficiency, recycling and pollution reduction. These actions have since enabled the hotel to
lower energy, water and paper consumption by 18%, 26% and 15% respectively (2010
• Complete integration of
selective waste collection
collection for paper and
recyclable waste) into the
hotel’s daily operations and
in the guests’ rooms.
• Toner from printers and
photocopiers is also
• Messengers have switched
from using mopeds to
• Increasing use of “green”
• Preference given to subcontractors
• Clients are invited to use
their towels and sheets
two days instead of one
• 4,000 traditional light bulbs were replaced by
low-consumption light bulbs
• All halogen lights were replaced by LEDs
• A centralized air conditioning control post has
been established, enabling to control and
regulate temperatures in virtually all of the
• New elevators were installed: 90% of the
electricity needed to run them is self-generated
by the brakes when going down.
• Flow reducers were installed in the bathrooms
• All toilets were equipped with flush-volume
• An Intranet was created to make sharing and
distributing information among personnel
easier without using paper or photocopies.
• Administrative data backup is saved on USB
keys and computers
InterContinental Paris Le Grand supports Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque
Since 2011, the Café de la Paix has held a week of breakfasts on the terrace for 5 euros. The entire proceeds
are donated to the Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque association to enable needy children with heart
malformations to be operated in France. A noble cause t h a t b o a s t s t h e p a t r o n a g e o f
p e r s o n a l i t i e s s u c h a s Inès de la Fressange and Satya Oblet who do their best to help Professor
Francine Leca and Patrice Roynette, the founders of the association. A new record was set in 2012 with 1249
breakfasts sold versus 1123 in 2011. In addition, for every breakfast served, the Café de la Paix matches the
donation by adding 5 euros.
CHRISTOPHE LAURE, GENERAL MANAGER
Christophe Laure was appointed General Manager of the iconic 150 years
old InterContinental Paris Le Grand in October 2010. The very same hotel were he
served as a Hotel Manager from 2002-2004 and oversaw the complete 135 million
EUR renovation. Originally from the French Riviera, freshly graduate from the Swiss
"Ecole Hôtellière de Lausanne » Laure's first professional experiences were in several
luxury hotels on the Côte d’Azur. He then joined InterContinental in 1992 when he
took the position of Sales & Marketing Manager for InterContinental Carlton Cannes,
followed by the same position at InterContinental Princesa Sofia in Barcelona. The
past 20 years Laure has fulfilled management positions in the Near and Middle East;
Regional Sales and Marketing Director of the Al Bustan Palace InterContinental
Muscat in Oman; Hotel Manager of InterContinental Amman in Jordan as well as
supervising the opening and re-branding of three InterContinental hotels in Egypt as
Regional General Manager. In Europe, Laure has previously served as General
Manager of InterContinental Malta and InterContinental Madrid.
InterContinental Paris Le Grand
2, rue Scribe - 75009 Paris
Standard - Tél. : +33(0)1 40 07 32 32
Fax : +33(0)1 42 66 12 51
Bookings -Tél. : +33(0)1 40 07 30 30
Fax : +33(0)1 40 07 30 31
Café de la Paix
Place de l’Opéra - 75009 Paris
Open daily from 12pm to 3.30pm
and from 6pm to 11.30pm (last order)
Information & bookings: +33(0)1 40 07 36 36
email@example.com - www.cafedelapaix.fr
Open from Monday to Friday for lunch from 12.30 to 3pm
Tel. : +33(0)1 40 04 36 33
Open every day from 11am to 3.00
Tel.: +33(0)01 40 07 36 35
Tél. : +33(0)1 40 07 36 02 - Fax : +33(0)1 42 66 12 51
Banqueting & Convention Department
Tél.: +33(0)1 40 07 31 77 (meeting rooms only)
Tél.: +33(0)1 40 07 35 35 (groups with guestrooms)
Fax : +33 (0)1 40 07 36 94
I-Spa by Algotherm
Tél. : +33(0)1 40 07 36 96
Open everyday from 9am to 8pm
DOWNLOADING PICTURES OF INTERCONTINENTAL PARIS LE GRAND
To access www.ihgphotolibrary.com
On the first page, enter the following information into the “register users” box: "user name": “press” -
password: “press” On the new page, enter “PARHB” in the “Holidex Property Code” box (first line)
then click on “Submit”: you will access the photos directly, downloadable in high or low definition.
The Café de la Paix pictures are viewable and downloadable in high and low resolution on the website
www.cafedelapaix.fr (see section « Press »)
Contacts : Comme LM PR Agency
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