Normandy Hotels



At a Glance


  • grand interiors
  • luxurious amenities
  • Deauville's place to be seen


  • some elements of kitschy bombast
  • patronizing service
  • can be steamy in summer

Normandy-Barrière Review

This hotel—its facade a riot of pastel-green timbering, checkerboard walls, and Anglo-Norman balconies—has been a town landmark since it opened in 1912, and crowds still pack the place. Thanks to a makeover by Jacques Garcia (France's most aristo decorator), its grand salons now overflow with needlepoint sofas, fin-de-siècle chandeliers, and 19th-century armchairs; the courtyard is its outdoor counterpart, with a grassy patio surrounded by a spectacular panoply of turrets and balconies. Only some guest rooms have air-conditioning: be sure to request one when booking, or ask for a room with a sea view and breeze. A regional menu is served in La Belle Époque, the snazzy restaurant set in a grand hall which, on a bright night, after a couple of bottles of Dom Pérignon, glitters like the salons of Versailles.

    Hotel Details

  • 259 rooms, 31 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 04-07-2014

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