Château de Montvillargenne

Near Paris, France

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Château de Montvillargenne is located in Chantilly, 20 miles from Paris and 25 minutes' drive from Charles de Gaulle Airport. The largest château hotel in France, it is set idyllically in a 15-acre park amongst the historic Chantilly Forest.


Château de Montvillargenne’s standard bedrooms combine contemporary and traditional French styles. The higher grade rooms incorporate influences from other parts of the world, with the Egyptian-themed 'Prestige Room' being the most luxurious.


The hotel’s restaurant, Le Vilargène, serves a subtle and refined cuisine, with wines carefully selected to complement each menu. Starters, main courses and desserts are served in succession, making for an exceptional lunch or dinner.

For a drink in a friendly atmosphere, visit the James Edouard Bar to savour cocktails, including some of the château's own secret recipes!


Children are made to feel very welcome at the château.


The Wellness Centre is open every day until late evening and is equipped with a swimming pool, steam room, sauna and gym.

You can explore the famous Chantilly Forest Trails either by foot or bicycle. Bicycles can be rented at reception.


Standard Room in the Annex: from €149 (in wing of château)
Standard Room in the Château: from €184
Superior Château Room: from €224
Deluxe Château Room: from €274
Prestige Room: from €429

Prices are room only, per night, based on two people sharing.


The town of Chantilly is particularly known for the Château de Chantilly. There is a great deal to see both inside and outside the attraction, so allow plenty of time for a visit!

The 1000-year-old Chantilly Forest is nearby and spans 6,344 hectares.

Paris is within easy reach, where you can visit world-famous attractions like The Eiffel Tower, The Louvre and The Arc de Triomphe.