Le Grand Contrôle is the new and first luxury hotel, located in Château De Versailles, and it can be considered the most extravagant hotel in Europe! The famous palace has a rich and opulent history, and is steeped in grandeur! Design Limited Edition is going to tell you everything about the new luxury hotel that can take one on a journey through French Royalty!
Known all over the world for its majestic garden, for its imposing architecture, for the Hall of Mirrors and Marie Antoinette’s decadent parties, the palace is a landmark when it comes to art and architecture! Thanks to the fresh renovation, Le Grand Contrôle, built-in 1681 by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, has opened its doors to take guests into an experience at the Palace of Versailles like never before.
Considered one of the finest achievements of French art, the Palace of Versailles remains in culture as a symbol of the royal splendor of the time. The hospitality group Airelles has restored this symbol of French Classism as a boutique hotel featuring 14 suites and rooms, each restored to its 18th-century splendor by the French designer Christophe Tollemer.
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The designer has worked with Pierre Frey and the Royal Manufacture of Aubusson, in order to recreate the original Versailles’ look and to deliver historically accurate looks. Some 18th-century furnishings and accessories help to bring to life the rooms where some of the most important names in History sleep!
From the Spa Valmont and its indoor swimming pool to the luxury restaurant signed Alain Ducasse, it takes up the royal classics. A stay at this luxury hotel is a step back in time to one of the most exciting and opulent periods of French history.
Sustainability is also a concern in this luxury hotel, as well as modern technologies, that are connected to historical traditions! The spirit of Marie Antoinette is never too far away. The luxury hotel can organize a private tour of Trianon, and the Estate of the French queen. Guests can also request exclusive access to the costumes used in the production of the acclaimed TV series, Versailles, step into those period costumes, and indulge in a photoshoot at their suite.