The Grand Hôtel Cabourg's privileged location on the beach front makes this establishment unique in the city's hotel landscape. With its Belle Epoque appearance combined with the elegant contemporary setting, it is the ideal hotel for a charming stay on the Côte Fleurie.
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The Grand Hôtel Cabourg is in Normandy, in the Calvados department less than 15 miles from Caen. Situated along the Cabourg beach, the Grand Hôtel faces the coast which runs from Ouistreham to Le Havre. This section of the coast is part of the magnificent Côte Fleurie, internationally renowned for its famous seaside resorts (Deauville, Honfleur, Trouville-sur-Mer, Cabourg, etc.).
The hotel's privileged position on the beach front facing the sea does not, however, mean that it is poorly located in the city. Opposite the Marcel Proust promenade, the Jardin du Casino is also just a few metres behind the hotel, and where there's a Casino Garden there is also a casino. Restaurants, bars and shops are all within easy reach.
Guests arriving in Cabourg by train can access the Dives-Cabourg SCNF train station via Trouville-Deauville on Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays starting at Easter, and every day in high season. Otherwise, the closest SNCF train stations are Caen, 15.5 miles away, and Trouville-Deauville 12 miles away.
The closet airport is Caen-Carpiquet, 12 miles away.
There are 70 guest rooms at the Grand Hôtel Cabourg, which are divided into various categories:
- 25m² Classic Room overlooking the garden with a double bed.
- 25m² Superior Room with sea view and a double bed
- 30m² Family Room overlooking the garden with a double bed and sofa bed.
- 30m² Family Room with sea view, a double bed and sofa bed.
- 25m² Superior Room with sea view and balcony.
- 25m² Superior Room with sea view and terrace.
- Coquatrix Suite with sea view and a dressing room.
- Victoria Suite with views of the casino gardens and a dressing room.
Renovated two years ago, the guest rooms are furnished in a contemporary style and are equipped with a safe, air-conditioning, a minibar, a radio, a cot, a fax machine, 220/240 V AC plug sockets, a direct-dial telephone line, a cable/satellite television, Wi-Fi access and tea and coffee-making facilities.
The hotel has 3 guest rooms for guests with reduced mobility.
Built in 1855 and reconstructed in 1907, the Grand Hôtel is designed in true Belle Epoque style with its white façade, its columns and its dark grey tiled roof.
Facing the sea, the establishment is one of the only prestigious hotels on the Normandy coast to offer direct access to the beach and a restaurant on the waters' edge. The Grand Hôtel Cabourg is part of the MGallery Collection.
Its style and location themselves are enough to transport the clientèle to another era, the early 20th century, when Marcel Proust, who was particularly fond of the hotel, stayed in a room on the 4th floor. The room he occupied has been reconstructed right down the the smallest detail.
The Grand Hôtel de Cabourg has two restaurants: La Plage, situated on the hotel's private beach, and Le Balbec inside the hotel. The same goes for the two bars: La Plage is the bar on the private beach and La Belle Epoque is the bar inside the hotel.
The hotel has facilities for guests with reduced mobility: an access ramp and wheelchair access.
The Wi-Fi connection is available throughout the hotel.
For business clientèle, a business centre with a fax machine, Internet connection, photocopier/printer is available for use.
The hotel has 5 conference rooms with a maximum capacity of 400 people, equipped with audiovisual devices, a podium, video material, a video projector, Wi-Fi, a slide projector and air-conditioning.
Food and drink
The Grand Hôtel Cabourg has two restaurants. The gourmet restaurant La Plage serves refined Normandy cuisine that can be eaten on the beach terrace. The other gourmet restaurant La Balbec serves a fish and seafood menu.
Guests also have the choice of two bars. La Plage, which, as its name suggests, is on the beach, offers musical entertainment, snacks and deckchair and parasol rental, while La Belle Epoque offers snacks and musical entertainment.
The Grand Hôtel Cabourg has a private beach with a restaurant and a bar.
Animals are accepted at an additional charge.
The hotel does not have a car park but there is an outdoor public car park nearby.