What's new in Versailles?

You said “eco-friendly” ?

In line with our commitments to limit impact of our activity on the environment, we have just installed new Hair and Body wash, Ecolabel certified, in all our bathrooms.

The bottles are made of recycled PET and refillable to limit our waste.

From November 12, 2022

Breakfast’s news

Milquidou is now present every day at breakfast. It’s a delicious milk jam made at the Ferme de Viltain. At the moment, you can also taste, in our fruit salads or homemade cakes, apples from La Ferme de Viltain.

La Ferme de Viltain is a livestock farm with a dairy, offers picking in the open fields and a short circuit shop/market in Jouy-en-Josas (78) 8 km from Versailles and 17 km from Paris.

Until December 27, 2020

La galerie des Sculptures et des Moulages

For Autumn holidays, take advantage of our special offer.

– 10 % Friday and Saturday nights.

Discover one of the most beautiful reserves of sculptures in the Palace of Versailles and the Louvre museum. Under the late 17th century vaults, copies of ancient Greek and Roman statues stand alongside original sculptures from the gardens of the Palace of Versailles.

Entrance of Galerie des Sculptures et des Moulages is free of charge

  • From September 26 to December 27, 2020 from 12:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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From May 11,2020

Our measures for a peaceful and secure stay

We welcome you according to the schedule defined during your reservation We respect sanitary measures: barrier gestures, hydro-alcoholic gel available, wearing a mask, transparent partition, handing over the key on a dedicated tray and a access code for the secondary door.

Your stay can be paid in advance or upon arrival.

We take particular care in cleaning rooms and common areas with reinforced procedures, use of products in accordance with standards EN14476 and protected staff (uniform, mask, gloves). For a stay of more than one night, clean linen is available at the reception because daily cleaning is not guaranteed.

The circulation in the hotel is defined so as to respect the distancing and avoid meeting other people.

Until March 1st, 2020

Château de Versailles : Free sunday 2020

To note in your calendar, the last Sunday to visit the Château for free is March 1, 2020. So don’t hesitate and book your night at the Royal Hotel – weekend rate.

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all year

The “admirable trees” of the estate of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles has created a “Admirable Trees” trail, which enables visitors to identify the most precious trees on the estate and get to know them better. The most exceptional trees in terms of their age, size and beauty are valued in this marked trail.