You’d be hard-pressed to find a better view in Bordeaux. From the Royal Suite’s 1,000-square-foot terrace, you can take in panoramas of the Opera House, the Place de la Comédie, the Cours de l’Intendance and the Garonne river. Take it up a notch with a soak in the outdoor jacuzzi with a glass of wine from the D-Vine Grands Crus service in the mini bar (enjoy the perfect pour without having to uncork a bottle). It’s here where the InterContinental Bordeaux is proposing a special Christmas and New Year’s offer called “Cinema Royal.”
Available from December 1 through January 30, 2020, the package includes a film screening under the stars, on a giant screen set up on the terrace for the occasion. While you watch the movie, you’ll be served cocktails and a variety of dishes. Heat lamps and blankets provided, bien sûr. The package, priced at 5000 Euros, also includes overnight accommodations for two in the Royal Suite, including breakfast.
Housed in a monumental 18th-century building facing the Opera House, the InterContinental Bordeaux is home to the Spa Guerlain and Le Pressoir d’Argent, Gordon Ramsay’s two Michelin-starred restaurant. The Royal Suite sits atop this classical structure. Decorated in Imperial style by designer Jacques Garcia, the suite comprises a bedroom, living room, dressing room, and bathroom in Emperador dark marble with heated floors and Guerlain bath products.
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is the world’s largest luxury hotel brand with more than 204 InterContinental hotels open and 60 new properties in the pipeline around the globe. This year has seen the debut of new hotels in the Maldives, Lyon, Edinburgh, Washington DC, Phuket, and Hayman Island, among others.