The Grand Hôtel de Cabourg MGallery is a mythical place. Built in 1907, it was a major place during the Belle Epoque where we liked to enjoy the seaside just 2 hours from Paris. Marcel Proust took up residence there to write his novel “À la recherche du temps perdu”. A room with a sea view always does him honor, with furniture representative of this period, and numerous allusions to his work. It is a place of reference for the Proustians.
Cabourg inspires, it is a fact, and the Grand Hotel in particular. Many films have been shot there, such as « the Boom » or more recently « the Intouchables ». The hotel has hosted the Cabourg Romantic Film Festival for over thirty years.
The hotel has kept its volumes and its Belle Epoque decoration, the rooms are spacious, furnished with great refinement in a contemporary style in harmony with the romanticism of the place. Breathtaking view of the sea, or sunny view of the gardens and Cabourgeaise architecture of the city, to your choice.
The signature of the Grand Hôtel de Cabourg also resides in its unmissable gourmet restaurant, the Balbec. It offers refined, local and seasonal cuisine with a view of the sea and the Promenade Marcel Proust. You can enjoy the sunset behind the bay window.
In summer, the Grand Hôtel de Cabourg also offers bistronomic cuisine on the Promenade, which can be found all year round in the hotel bar. At the Belle Epoque bar, you can sip a cocktail or taste a selection of Calvados, while listening to the pianist.
Horse riding, boat, golf, horse racing and discovery of the ancient villages of the Pays d'Auge, the Grand Hôtel de Cabourg is a luxury break for an extension of the course facing the sea, a romantic weekend or a charming stay.
Gastronomic restaurant Le Balbec
Bar La Belle Epoque
Classic Garden double room from 250€
Double room Sea View from 350€
Golf de Cabourg : 5km – 7min
Golf de Caen : 21km – 31min
Golf de Garcelles-Secqueville : 35km – 30min