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You’ll get the chance to win one of three amazing trips featuring stays at Intercontinental Hotels, along with further prizes of Gift Certificates for Maison Dellos outlets worth 5000 roubles each.
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InterContinental Paris Le Grand is one of the world’s most luxurious hotels, situated adjacent to the Paris Opèra Garnier, and just a few steps from the main sights, most famous stores, elegant boutique shopping of Place Vendôme. The hotel’s history began with its grand opening ceremony in 1862. The hotel was opened in person by Empress Eugènie, with a musical presentation provided by the composer Jacques Offenbach and his orchestra. The list of famous guests who have stayed at Le Grand since it opened defies all credence – from Victor Hugo to Mata Hari, from Marlene Dietrich to Jean Reno and James Cameron!
The Intercontinental Paris Le Grand, with its legendary Café de la Paix restaurant, became an integral part of the Paris scene, alongside the Opèra Garnier, the Arc de Triomphe and the city’s other unmissable architectural gems.
InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel, was built in 1789 by architect Victor Louis, with an elegance and richness to be found nowhere else in the city – and is hailed as part of Bordeaux’s rich cultural heritage. With its unmissable location in the very heart of the capital of French wine, this iconic hotel is situated opposite the Bordeaux Opera and Ballet Theatre – with 130 guest-rooms, of which 44 are deluxe-class suites. The internal style of each room was designed by the famous French interior designer Jacques Garcia.
The Brasserie Le Bordeaux, and Gordon Ramsay’s haute-cuisine restaurant Le Pressoir d’Argent are places which will seduce you with their sophisticated atmosphere and culinary finesse.
When you enjoyed the magnificent rooftop terrace of the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa during the luxuriant warmth of the summer season, the hotel invites you to join its guests in the Night-Beach Bar. Relax to the rhythmic DJ beats, enjoy house speciality cocktails and a rich selection of tapas canapés created by Head Chef Stephan Carradé – hotel guests can mingle with refined Bordeaux society in stylish and relaxed surroundings, and watch the evening sun go down.
The renowned wine-producing region in which the hotel is located can offer special viticulture programs, available through our concièrge service. The doors of Bordeaux will open to reveal the treasures of the wine-producing industry – with visits to the most famous of the wine-producing châteaux, which are usually closed to the general public.
Every May, the Carlton Hotel in Cannes – the city of the famous Croisette Embankment – leads the world celebrations which surround the annual Cannes Film Festival. The International Film Festival has been held every year since 1946, with the Intercontinental Carlton hotel as the hub of the festival events. The hotel takes great pleasure in making its own contribution to the festival, affixing the chairman of the jury’s name each year to one of its prestigious suites, and accommodating the world’s most famous film-stars, organising unforgettable beach parties for the festival guests, as well as in one of the most spectacular banqueting suites in the hotel – the Salon Le Grand. As the years go by, both old and young stars of the Film Festival come by – but one tradition remains the same, which is that the chairman of the Cannes Festival jury always stays at the Carlton. While still a child, Quentin Tarantion heard about the Cannes Film Festival, and dreamt of three things – having his films in the Festival, winning the Golden Palm, and being made Chairman of the jury. What more is left, when such dreams come true?
Tradition says that every evening during the Festival, the chairman organises wonderful parties in the Carlton Hotel’s magnificent banquet suites – and different guests are invited each evening. The Carlton is on its honour to ensure that not one party resembles another – and it hasn’t let the festival guests down in all these decades!
The Intercontinental Marseilles Hotel – Hotel Dieu, is located at the tip of the Le Panier hill, in the second-largest city in this ancient region of France, located in a magnificent nineteenth-century building. The hotel was built by a nephew of the famous eighteenth-century French architect François Mansard, and features grand staircases, vaulted passageways – and extensive panorama terraces offering splendid views over the old harbour and the Basilica of Nôtre-Dame de la Garde. It’s a superb location for this historic building, which is a listed protected public heritage monument, as well as being an unmissable sight of this ancient city!
The Intercontinental Marseilles – Hotel Dieu will add to your impression of a stay in Marseilles – as well as pampering your taste-buds at either its outdoor brasserie restaurant, or the Michelin-starred haute-cuisine Alcyone Restaurant’s delicious range of regional seafood specialities. For guests looking for relaxation, the hotel features the Spa by Clarins centre, offering an indoor swimming pool, gym training facilities, sauna, hammam, and six therapy rooms with a broad selection of different spa procedures.
The Intercontinental David Tel Aviv hotel in Tel-Aviv greets its guests with all the expected traditional warmth of a real Israeli welcome. The hotel is perfectly located between Tel-Aviv’s beaches and the city’s most fashionable regions – Neve-Tselek and Old Jaffa. This makes its the perfect launch-pad for getting to know the city. Find cutting-edge designer fashion boutiques, Tel-Aviv’s most modish restaurants – and its night-life scene, all nestling just a few minutes walk from the hotel. After spending a day in Tel-Aviv, you’ll soon feel like a resident there yourself, getting to know the city from the inside. After a day full of amazing and special impressions, you’ll come back to your room in the most luxurious and prestigious hotel in Tel-Aviv.
A stay at the Intercontinental David Tel Aviv hotel will leave you feeling the delicious sense of international chic the hotel offers in the very heart of Tel-Aviv. The outstanding contemporary architecture of the hotel is located at the southern end of the river embankment, just a few steps from the city’s popular sightseeing attractions and thriving cosmopolitan bustle. This perfect location helps guests to get to know Tel-Aviv in all its multi-faceted variety. Just a few minutes from the hotel is Rothschild Boulevard, with all its many shops, restaurants and clubs. It makes a great place for a stroll, to take the air, and enjoy some people-spotting in one of the city’s most thriving districts. If you’d prefer to visit spots in the city which preserve their historic appearance even today, then step out southwards along the river embankment – you’ll soon come to the Old Port of Jaffa. This charming old fishing harbour is run-through with old lanes, as well as the Tel-Aviv Flea Market. It makes an especially interesting and vibrant place for an evening walk that will leave you with beautiful memories of Tel-Aviv.
Travel faster, better, and more often, with TGV Atlantique. Our latest rolling-stock has contemporary interior designs with exceptional levels of comfort – our new seats are more eronomically-designed for both work and relaxation; ultra-fast Wi-Fi is provided throughout the entire journey; and our in-journey information system offers passengers real-time updates on journey speed and arrival times at intervening stations en-route.
The feeling of opulence is underscored by interior finishings featuring materials such as wood, fabric and leather. There are also additional connectivity features provided… seats are provided with USB ports, and one 220v electric socket per pair of seats. Some of our wagons now feature five-seat sofas, for those travelling in larger groups.