An emblematic figure of the Côte Fleurie, the Grand Hôtel de Cabourg is one of the essentials to see, contemplate and why not try! 

The Grand Hotel de Cabourg, a 5-star hotel in Normandy

Based in Cabourg, a magnificent seaside resort situated at two steps from Paris, Grand Hotel de Cabourg MGallery by Sofitel is one of the essentials of the Côte Fleurie. A worthy legacy of Belle Époque architecture, it is located at the top of Avenue de la Mer, next to another remarkable establishment, the Cabourg Casino.

Intérieur Grand Hôtel de Cabourg
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Did you know?

Listed as a Historic Monument with the Casino de Cabourg in 2014, the Grand Hôtel de Cabourg is part of the prestigious circle of Historic Hotels Worldwide, a program that brings together nearly 300 historic hotels around the world.

A 5-star hotel par excellence, the Grand Hotel continues to impress with its imposing facade, visible from downtown Cabourg. From the entrance hall, the glass revolving doors give way to an equally sumptuous interior. Chandeliers, columns, draperies and cozy armchairs in purplish hues transport Grand Hotel vacationers into a world of charm and glamor from the very first step. 

Music-loving travelers will certainly have noticed the grand piano that sits in the living room, opposite the reception. During their stay, some lucky ones will be able to hear the pianist play a few notes.

A wide choice of rooms and services

Vue depuis une chambre du Grand Hôtel de Cabourg
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Le Grand Hotel de Cabourg counts no less than 71 rooms. Whether “Classic”, “Deluxe” or “Family”, the rooms are bright and spacious.

They all offer the comfort of a 5-star hotel, with a panoramic view of the Casino Gardens or the sea.

3 suites immerse you in a haven of relaxation:

  • the victoria suite
  • the Coquatrix suite
  • the Gonzague Saint Bris suite

Living room, boudoir, balcony, double bed, and large bathroom: all the elements are there to brighten up your stay.

On the service side, Balbec, restaurant with sea view Grand Hotel, offers gourmet cuisine that highlights the nobility of local products, with a combination of land and sea that is both gourmet and creative.

In addition to delighting your taste buds, the Grand Hotel offers a wide range of face and body treatments with its spa. Hammam, sauna and sensory shower await you for your greatest pleasure.

À note: the establishment has large fully-equipped rooms for hosting groups and seminars.

The Grand Hôtel de Cabourg, under the spotlight 

The Grand Hotel and art is a love story that has lasted over a century and that began with a writer dear to the heart of Cabourg.

Over time, this unbreakable link that connects the Grand Hôtel to literary art has grown, affecting the 7rd art. This is how the Grand Hotel found itself in numerous productions from 1977 to the present day. You may have seen it in La Dentelliere, by Claude Goretta , La Boum, by Claude Pinoteau, The Heart of Men 2, by Marc Esposito, Intouchables, by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache or in the web-series Groom, from Studio Bagel.

But that's not all, each year, the Grand Hôtel becomes the unique place of celebration where stars and young film prodigies parade on the red carpet, at the foot of the Grand Hôtel during the Cabourg Film Festival – Romantic Days.

A story that has lasted since 1907

But it began a little earlier… in 1861. At that time, a first luxury hotel was built next to the old Casino of Cabourg. It will be necessary to wait for the intervention of Lucien Viraut and Eugène Ernest Mauclerc, two architects, to see the Grand Hotel and the Casino as they are today. 

It was finally on July 7, 1907 that the new Grand Hotel was inaugurated. At that moment, no one could have imagined that it was here that Marcel Proust would write the many pages of his work, In Search of Lost Time, which will become one of the most important works of the Belle Epoque.

Grand hôtel de Cabourg
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