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For your family stays and business trips, several 3 star Campanile hotel-restaurants are available in Versailles and its surroundings at attractive prices. All have quality services including modern and comfortable rooms, free WiFi in all rooms, parking, restaurant service......

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In Versailles and its surroundings

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Hôtels Créteil Campanile

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Parking, free WiFi, a spacious restaurant and guest rooms: our Campanile hotels in Creteil offer all the comforts you could want for a business trip or a family stay and it’s close to Metro Line 8 that takes you into Paris.

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Hôtels Nogent-sur-Marne Campanile

Hotels Campanile

Make a stop east of Paris in our Campanile accommodation in Nogent-sur-Marne! You will discover a town full of charm close to the capital. Located on the banks of the Marne, our 3-star hotel with parking, restaurant and terrace, near highways and the RER, is ideally located for a business meeting or family vacation in Île-de-France.

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Hôtels Paris Campanile

Hotels Campanile

Our Campanile 3-star hotels are conveniently located in the heart of Paris to allow you to visit the must-see sites or get to the business districts if you are on a work trip. Grab-and-go breakfast, comfortable rooms, free WiFi, meeting rooms and a dining area are all available at our hotels.

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What to do in Versailles?

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How can you visit Versailles without seeing the château and its mythical rooms? Here, we discover the fabulous history of the kings of France. The château is located just 7 km from the Campanile Versailles. Some rooms, such as the Hall of Mirrors, the Queen's large apartments and the King's room make for essential visits. Don’t forget to admire the Petit Trianon. The refuge of Marie-Antoinette, the site is lined with exceptional gardens and reveals fabulous architecture. A visit to the château must also be accompanied by a walk in the French gardens, designed by André le Nôtre. This visit to the greenery of the royal residence will be enhanced by a discovery of the exceptional ponds that give Versailles its grandeur. The autumnal pond represents the mythological figure Bacchus, god of wine and drunkenness.
Where better than Versailles to learn the basics of French refinement? Classes of French savoir-vivre are thus organized all year long by a coach, guardian of the rules of the art of hosting à la française. During this course, lasting a few hours, we discover the origins and basics of savoir-vivre and we can also learn the art of the table and the art of presentation. To visit the château park as it was in the days of the “Sun King”, Louis XIV of France, there’s nothing like a ride in a boat! You can indeed hire a boat for free (against a deposit) and visit the park on the Grand Canal. Visitors to the park will also have the opportunity to hire electric vehicles or bikes to discover the park using these different modes of transport. During your visit to the park, a visit to some of the sculptures on display is a must. The vase of the sun for example, with the head of the god Apollo surrounded by rays, recalls the image of King Louis XIV. In the park, you can also discover statues representing the four seasons. Winter is symbolized by an old man trying to warm up.
The Musée Lambinet offers a retrospective of the comic book heroine, Caroline, and her designer, Pierre Probst. A visit to the exhibition can be completed by creating a comic book in the museum workshop for all children from 5 years’ old. In Versailles, there’s nothing like a family walk in the gardens of the castle. A small train is also available for visitors to discover the royal city without getting tired. The guided tour will take travelers on a discovery of the Saint-Louis cathedral and the Notre-Dame church, the royal stables and the Avenue de Paris, among other great sites.

Gastronomy in Versailles

Montmorency cherries

The Montmorency cherry is renowned and has been part of the culinary heritage of the region since the seventeenth century. It is ideal for making jams and all kinds of desserts thanks to its firm flesh and slightly acidic taste. In France, there are few producers of Montmorency cherries, so it is not always easy to find, especially since they are very popular, but you will surely find one in Versailles!

Brie de Meaux

During your stay in Versailles, if you are a cheese lover, you can enjoy a delicious Brie de Meaux. This cheese is closely intertwined with French history: it was highly appreciated by many kings and nobles, including Charlemagne and Louis XVI. It is also nicknamed the "King of cheeses and cheese of kings". Brie de Meaux is produced from raw cow's milk and is refined in a cellar for a minimum of four weeks.

Pâtisserie workshops

On your way to Versailles? If you fancy it, you can learn how to make delicious treats yourself with ease. To improve your own sweet preparation, pastry workshops are organized with "Toques et Marmitons". These workshops allow you to learn how to make the favorite pastries of Queen Marie Antoinette in a friendly atmosphere: a great experience to enjoy alone, or to share with friends. Enjoy your stay in Versailles and enjoy being a pastry chef for a few hours!
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Events in Versailles

Grandes Eaux Musicales and the Voie de L’écuyer

From the end of May until the beginning of June, the "Grandes Eaux Musicales" are organized. This show consists of mixing water games and baroque music for a truly exceptional event. The Grandes Eaux Musicales take place in the gardens and groves of the château, just as in the time of the “Sun King.” During the summer, the "la voie de l'écuyer" show takes place at the armory of the château’s grand stable. This is equestrian show is staged by Bartabas for the squires of the academy of Versailles.

Molière Month

To honor the famous comedian and playwright Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, known as Molière, the city organizes "Molière Month" every June. This event revisits Molière's classic plays and also encourages popular theater by presenting original creations. It offers you the opportunity to enjoy many amateur plays and musical theater, as well as the chance to attend conferences, concerts and to enjoy picnics in the gardens and parks of the city.





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