Coco Chanel, Pierre Bonnard and Napoleon III have inspired the atmosphere of each of the three suites at the Grand Hôtel Uriage, a luxury hotel near Grenoble.
Throughout its rich history, the Grand Hôtel Uriage has welcomed many illustrious guests, who have all left their mark on the hotel's identity.
Among some of the famous guests who have stayed in Uriage, Coco Chanel is a very fond memory as can be seen in the suite which takes her name. It has a private terrace and its interior design is a discreet reference to the fashion designer's work.
The hotel, built in the 19th century in the reign of Napoleon III, has taken this illustrious figure's name for one of its suites. Spacious and with twin beds, its decoration will transport you into the heart of the Second Empire. Sober colours, velvet covers, silk curtains, ebony mirrors: the ambience is classical and restrained, rich, original and always refined.
The Pierre Bonnard suite pays tribute to the artist's passion: painting. A bright and hushed atmosphere reigns over this vast space.
Each of these suites enjoys a pleasant view over the hotel's lush park.
- 2 large bathrooms (bathrobes, slippers, hospitality products, and more)
- Surface area: 47 m²
Facilities and services
- Free Wi-Fi
- LCD television
- Direct-dial telephone
- Hospitality products
- Bathrobe and slippers