The MICHELIN Guide 4+

The best restaurants & hotels

Tablet Inc

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

The MICHELIN Guide app puts the world’s best restaurants and hotels right in your pocket — and lets you book them.

The MICHELIN Guide app is a milestone. It marks the first time in history that the entire global guide — every restaurant in every location — is all together, all in one place. The app also includes the new and improved MICHELIN Guide hotel selection. Now you can instantly book the world’s most unique and exciting hotels, each one chosen for their extraordinary style, service, and personality.

The MICHELIN Guide app makes it easier than ever to plan your next adventure or enhance your current one. Use it to quickly find and reserve restaurants and hotels near you or in a future destination; create and share lists of all your favorite places; or trial our “Plus” membership and receive free VIP upgrades and amenities at participating hotels.

Need concierge-level care? Our expert travel specialists are waiting just a click away, available to assist with any aspect of your trip. They’re real people, ready to help you go places.

So get going. Find great restaurants in each MICHELIN Guide city. Book amazing hotels wherever you find yourself. Download the app today. 


Here’s everything you can do on the MICHELIN Guide app:

• Search all MICHELIN Guide restaurants near you or by location
• Create and share lists of your favorite hotels and restaurants
• Filter by restaurants that offer takeaway or online reservations
• Get a table via Resy, Open Table, TheFork, and others (where available)
• Instantly book thousands of incredible hotels in over 130 countries
• Sign up for Plus and get VIP privileges at over a thousand hotels
• Filter hotels by amenity, style, sustainability, Plus privileges, and more
• Quickly discover restaurants and hotels near you or in a future destination

• Get dedicated expert assistance before, during, and after your trip

Stay in amazing places. Eat unforgettable meals. Take the MICHELIN Guide app wherever you go.

What’s New

Version 8.4

This version brings:

• Updated display for restaurant search results & map view
• Updated map logic & navigation
• Removal of 'Near Me' as default location
• New restaurant pricing display based on symbols from low to high
• Hotel sustainability display update
• 'Restaurants near hotel' for hotel bookings changed to a map view
• Bug fixes & optimization

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Virgimac ,

A wonderful favorite

Austin House Cafe and Country Store in Bates Oregon has been a favorite of ours for flat iron steaks and smoked prime rib for many years. Chef Jeff is meticulous in his flavoring and presentation. Christy designs our favorite Valentines and Mothers Day feasts. Truly a beautiful drive through the mountain highway to visit Austin House in Bates Oregon.

NicFits ,

Fundamentals are broken; useless while traveling

This app doesn’t work while traveling; location services fail to load area restaurants and you’ll be staring at a loading sign every time you try. There is no offline mode, apparently, so if you make a list and favorite a few restaurants, it won’t load when you're off wifi. Needs user friendly resources like sync, save, and low data connections.

Developer Response ,

NicFits,

It sounds like you are experiencing a version update issue that may have corrupted some of the data on your phone. Please delete the existing version and reinstall and your issue should be resolved. As far as syncing offline, what content would you like to do that for? Mostly lists?

To enable the app to use cellular data you need to make sure your phone settings are giving permission to the app to do so. If you go to your phone's Settings > Guide Michelin be sure the Cellular Data is switched to the ON position.

202807131039 ,

Downloaded three times, each time deleted

Every time I think that it’s a perfect place to try the Michelin app (like Oaxaca Mexico, NYC) it either doesn’t support the region, or is too clunky to be worth the effort.

If Silicon Valley thinks personal data exchange is worth investing time and money, Michelin should think about embracing this app.

Instead of being a leading guide to great cuisine, it’s a an underpowered expansion of a paper book.

Developer Response ,

202807131039,

The issue with Oaxaca is that there are no selections there. MICHELIN does not cover every region in the world so that result is expected. As far as 'clunky' if you would elaborate we would be happy to hear the issues you are experiencing.

App Privacy

The developer, Tablet Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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