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How much does it cost to stay a night at the Palace of Versailles' first luxury hotel?

Those who have ever dreamed of spending a night at Château de Versailles will finally be able to fulfill their fantasy after the last year’s opening of Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle.

The first hotel based on grounds of Chateau de Versailles' 340-year history was opened on June 1, 2021. Le Grand Contrôle consists of 14 rooms and suites and one signature suite—all designed by architect Christophe Tollemer.

A luxurious indoor swimming pool and exclusive access to the Château and grounds are just two of the extras that accompany your stay. A boat and golf cart will also be available for guests to explore the Grand Canal and gardens at their leisure.

As part of the hotel's exclusive offerings, guests can also enjoy after-hours access to the Hall of Mirrors, a dedicated butler, and private tours of the Queen's Hamlet—a retreat where Marie Antoinette would take walks and host her closest friends.

Rates at Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle start from 1,700 euros ($2,082) a night.


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