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The Airelles Chateau de Versailles is located inside the Palace of Versailles. It offers guests unparalleled luxury and service. The great dining options and rooms are perfect for a weekend getaway. You'll also have access to the palace grounds, which are simply beautiful. This is an excellent choice for a unique hotel experience.
Airelles Chateau de Versailles was a small hunting lodge built in 1623 by Louis XIII. But, it came to be owned by Louis XIV. Later, it became a magnificent palace that is famous around the globe. The building was expanded and embellished over the next 100 years to house Louis XIV's and Louis XV's courts. Additionally, the Palace of Versailles, considered one of the most outstanding achievements of French art, is still a symbol of royalty.
Le Grand Controle is located within the gates to Versailles. It was built in 1681 by Jules Hardouin Mansart. He was Louis XIV's favorite architect and an iconic figure of French classicism. This majestic building was also once home to Europe's cultural and political elite.
Le Grand Controle also offers guests a glimpse into Versailles' world. You can access the gardens covering 2,000 acres. Follow famous footsteps to explore palace halls and other areas. You can also step back in time, but with modern comforts. That is thanks to 14 lovely Rooms and Suites.
Le Grand Controle can be privatized as a whole for those who want something more. You can take over the hotel for 24 hours, a weekend, or even a week. The staff will also help you create an unforgettable stay with delicious meals and daily adventures. Moreover, private after-hours tours allow you to explore the Palace of Versailles or the Estate of Trianon in a way that is unlike any other. You can also choose from a variety of unique experiences. These include secret dinners in The Orangery Gardens and private concerts at The Royal Opera Theater.
Just off the Château de Versailles' main gates, you will find the entrance to Le Grand Controle. It is located inside the grounds. It also overlooks the Orangerie gardens and the massive stone staircases leading to Louis XIV's remarkable palace.
Everything at Airelles Chateau De Versailles Le Grand Controle reflects its 18th-century glory. From the interiors to the uniforms of the welcome team. The palace has been restored to the original home of furniture and paintings. They also selected technology carefully. Guests can also see the Lake of the Swiss Guards, the Orangery Garden, and surrounding areas through the drapery.
Moreover, the lighting reflects 18th-century styling. During their stay, guests enjoy royal favorites from the Valmont Spa to the Alain Ducasse Restaurant. French service is also masterfully executed.
The hotel has embraced 21st-century technology and replaced historical traditions with modern thinking. For example, geothermal energy is used to heat the hotel, while LED lights bring life to old chandeliers. Moreover, the ingredients for the restaurant are sourced locally, and there are no single-use plastics inside.
The hotel features 14 rooms or suites. The Rose Bertin Room has a terracotta tiled floor with exposed beams. Moreover, the Jules Hardouin Mansart Room offers views of the orangery. Additionally, Madame de Fouquet's first-floor salon has two bathrooms, one with a shower and the other with a stand-alone tub. There is also a four-poster bed and a large terrace. Each room also has an iPad. Furthermore, the Necker Suite was the private apartment of Jacques Necker.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast while taking in the views of the gardens. You will find pastries, cereals, fresh fruits, organic eggs, and more.
Moreover, the team prepares a Sunday feast every Sunday. There are classic dishes as well as seasonal items on the buffet. Also, as a nod towards the past, the King's Soup will be on the menu. The buffet of pastries will also tempt sweet-toothed guests.
Lunch rivals dinner in terms of the variety of food available. This is as it was back in the days when kings ate lunch. Plus, modernity and tradition blend into the menu, including two, three, or five courses. Enjoy delicious French classics as you sit at the King's Table.
Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in Marie-Antoinette's sitting room as a tribute. You can also expect finger sandwiches and treats made by the pastry chef. There is even Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse hot cocoa.
The bar is a great place to spend a few hours before you head out to dinner. Browse the extensive selection of cocktails on offer. The head wine sommelier prepares each. You can also enjoy a variety of sweet and savory snacks alongside your drinks at the Grand Salon or on the sunlit bar terrace.
Louis XIV ate his lunch at Le Petit Couvert. He enjoyed it in the privacy of his rooms. You can follow his example and enjoy all the delights of the meal in your bedroom. You will find all the French classics like pasta and sandwiches. Cheese platters, delicious pastries, and fresh fruits are also available.
The Valmont Spa was created in collaboration with Valmont Swiss Brand. It reflects the grandeur of Versailles. Relaxation is possible thanks to the hand-painted frescoes and statues. These surround the pool. The spa also has multiple areas. It offers a pool as well as a sauna and hammam. Valmont's signature ritual is a tribute to Marie-Antoinette's legendary beauty.
The 'Majestic Mirror' treatment rejuvenates your face. Additionally, you might want to try the Sun King Massage for a unique sense of well-being. Salon Leonard is Marie-Antoinette's favorite salon, named after Leonard-Alexis Autier. You can also enjoy a variety of snacks and hot and cold beverages here. A selection of 'Nougatine" treatments is also available for children.
Furthermore, guests can use the cardio and weights machines in the gym. This area overlooks the Lake of the Swiss Guards. Besides, a personal trainer is available upon request.
This property offers all the amenities you could ever want or need. Plus, there's the bonus of being a stone's throw from popular attractions. You will also be blown away by the impeccable service and amenities. You'll also have a chance to see the hall of mirrors and Petit Trianon. Book your stay today at Airelles Château de Versailles.
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