The Palace of Versailles Opens First On-Ground Hotel for Ultimate Post-Pandemic Getaway
Guess how much a night at Le Grand Controle costs.
For those who have been dreaming of the most royal vacation post-pandemic, France‘s Chateau de Versailles has opened its first on-ground hotel to the public. Dubbed Le Grand Controle, the accommodation marks luxury brand Airelles‘ sixth property.
Spanning 14 rooms and suites, the hotel is just what you’d imagine: a dreamy view of the historic landmark, high-end architecture and interior design by Christophe Tollemer, extravagant decor across the walls, a luxe indoor swimming pool and more. Each room comes with butler service as well as transportation using boats and golf carts, and private tours of the palace. Visitors can also enjoy classic French cuisine at the on-site restaurant by chef Alain Ducasse while staying in the exquisitely designed rooms.
Take a peek at the luxury hotel above. A night’s stay at Le Grand Controle ranges from €1,800 to €10,500 EUR (approximately $2,188 to $12,765 USD). You can head over to Airelles’ website to book your trip.