Waldorf Astoria Versailles Trianon Palace
Experience one of France's leading luxury retreats at Waldorf Astoria Versailles - Trianon Palace. Set amid the tranquil, three acre Parc de Versailles - located on the edge of the Royal Domain - the hotel is less than a mile from Louis XIV's world-famous Chateau de Versailles.
Find peace amongst the centuries-old trees and verdant, rolling gardens of the estate - recently revitalized by world-famous landscape designer Louis Benech. Dine at the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay au Trianon, or enjoy a meal the relaxed La Veranda - each serving fine French cuisine in approachably luxurious settings.
Set in the nation's former power center, Versailles maintains a significant link with luxury and prestige - and is minutes from some of France's most exclusive golf courses, including Golf de Feucherolles and Golf International.
Only 30 minutes by car to the capital, it is close to a number of legendary Paris attractions - including Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. From the sumptuously appointed decoration to the gourmet French restaurant by world-famous Chef Gordon Ramsay - indulge all of your senses, or relax in the oasis-like retreat of the Spa Guerlain within a hammam, steam room & Grecian-inspired heated indoor swimming pool. Cradle yourself in the luxury of the Waldorf Astoria Versailles - Trianon Palace, and appreciate the devoted, dedicated services of the staff.
Complete the regal experience at the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay au Trianon. Enjoy a meal in the evening on the terrace of our brasserie La Veranda with great views of the park of the Palace of Versailles.
Our hotel is now in the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame, receiving outstanding traveler reviews and a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence five years in a row.
Originally the domain of the Sun King, the Palace of Versailles began as Louis XIV's private house before later developing into the central political center in France. Now, it has developed into an affluent, cultural suburb of Paris. Still politically vibrant, the Fifth Republic has been keenly promoted as one of the most significant tourist attractions in France. The Chateau de Versailles Spectacles has recently begun to exhibit contemporary art, including work from artist Jeff Koons, creating a confrontation between the heritage setting and contemporary works.
Versailles' primary cultural attraction is the Palace, with ornately decorated rooms and historic significance. An affluent Parisienne suburb, the area has strong links to the rebirth in Paris music - with links to groups such as Phoenix, Air and Daft Punk - and legendary art-house director Michel Gondry.
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