Stop time for your next meeting at the Grand Hotel Cabourg - MGallery
If you're looking for a quiet place where time seems to have been lost, Marcel Proust recommends Cabourg and its prestigious Grand Hotel…
Inaugurated in July 1907, this listed building offers you a return to the Belle Époque just two hours from Paris, between Deauville and Caen on the magnificent Normandy coast. Emblematic establishment of the seaside resort, this MGallery five stars welcomes you in a majestic and hushed setting. With its feet in the sand, the hotel offers 71 rooms including 3 suites, 4 meeting rooms, a gastronomic restaurant and a unique view of the immensity of the open sea.
An inspiring setting, which attracted the famous author, diaphanous and moustachioed, as early as August 1907.
"When I heard there was a hotel in Cabourg, the most comfortable hotel on the coast, I went there. Since I've been here, I've been able to get up and go out every day, something I haven't been able to do in six years. "This is what Marcel Proust wrote to Madame de Caraman-Chimay from the now famous room 414, "the Proust room". A cocoon where his masterpiece was written, Looking for lost time, and that lovers of the writer from all over the world come to visit.
Proust", "1907", "Coquatrix" shows...
The names of the hotel's lounges also recall the history of the city and its most famous ambassadors, including the former director of the Olympia, Bruno Coquatrix, who was also mayor of Cabourg from 1971 until his death in 1979. With a capacity of 2 to 180 people, they all benefit from a magnificent exposure to daylight and are decorated in an elegant and hushed Belle Époque style. Services that will allow you to organize all types of events. From a hosted seminar to a gala dinner in the immense Proust Lounge of 180 m2 adorned with its sumptuous chandeliers, to the shooting of films as shown in the great classics of French cinema: La Boom, Untouchables and more recently the Groom series. And if you wish to organize a dance party, the nightclub Le Gatsby, located a stone's throw from the hotel, can also be privatized.
The Balbec and its unique view of La Manche
For a business lunch or a memorable dinner with your colleagues, the hotel restaurant, The Balbec (from the name given to Cabourg by Marcel Proust in his novel-fleuve) offers you a gastronomic cuisine orchestrated by the Chef LebeauIn a fascinating setting overlooking the sea, sublimated by huge bay windows, the Chef delicately reinvents a traditional cuisine based exclusively on organic and local products: squab, scallops, cheeses... and his signature dish: salt-crusted turbot. With the arrival of fine weather, the hotel also opens a terrace restaurant - The Beach - to enjoy a relaxing moment in the sun, facing the sea.
The hotel also offers you many incentives anchored in the identity of the region with a 4L safari to discover the Pays d'Auge, sulky on the beach or a visit to the cider factories. So many activities that will make your seminar at the Grand Hotel Cabourg an unforgettable experience.