Hurlingham Privileges

This is a Hurlingham Privileges Hotel. When you book through us you are entitled to VIP benefits during your stay.


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Experience one of France's leading luxury retreats at Trianon Palace Versailles. Set amid the tranquil, three acre Parc de Versailles - located on the edge of the Royal Domain - the Palace 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 Trianon Palace Versailles, and appreciate the devoted, dedicated services of the staff.



The Trianon Palace Versailles has a long heritage as a destination location for Versailles golf breaks. Perfect your game amongst the 17th century chateaus and lush greenery of the French countryside. Work on your handicap in gorgeous surroundings on the nearby Golf de Fuecherolles and Golf de la Boulie championship-level golf courses.


Queen's Hamlet
Famous as the palace and gardens built to satisfy the whims of Louis XIV, Versailles is famous for its off-beat, luxurious atmosphere. Typifying this best is the Queen's Hamlet, a replica of a tiny rural hamlet - complete with water-wheels and thatched roof cottages - which was built for the amusement of Marie Antoinette, who would pretend to be a commoner for one day each year.

Musée Lambinet
Learn the story of Versailles through the Musée Lambinet. Housed since 1932 in the 18th century Hotel Lambinet, it is now a historical monument. Donated to the town by the family of Emile Lambinet, the famous garden façade features a scultped pediment that represents an allegorical image of architecture.

Eglise Notre Dame
Eglise Notre Dame is a beautiful church located in the little town of Versailles. Partly the inspiration for the tower in the Hunchback of Notre Dame, its stunning attention to detail and design mark it out as a truly unique attraction.

Place Hoche
Visit the most famous square in Versailles, Place Hoche. Devoted to French soldier and hero Louis Lazare Hoche, it was constructed beside the beautiful Eglise Notre Dame during the reign of Louis XIV.

Pièce d'Eau des Suisses
Built in the late 1600s by members of the Swiss Guard, the Pièce d'Eau des Suisses is an artificial lake that occupies 13 hectares. The Equestrian Statue of Louis XIV stands in front of the lake, to commemorate the 'Sun King.'

Royal Opera of Versailles
The opulent Royal Opera of Versailles, opened as a tribute to the marraige of Marie-Antoinette and Louis XVI, was specially constructed of wood specially painted to appear like marble. A collaboration between architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel and interior designer Augustin Pajou, it is perfectly representative of what has now come to be known as 'Louis XIV style.'

Barabas Stables - witness the finest innovations in challenging, innovative equestrian ballet held at the Equestrian Show Academy.

Enjoy the Temple de l'Amour - close to the Petit Trianon palace of Versailles - and witness the place where Marie-Anoinette conducted love affairs.

At the Jeu de Paume witness the area where the 'Tennis Court Oath' began the rebellion which led to the storming of the Bastille.

Visit the Grand & Petites Ecuries to learn more about historic transport in the area of Versailles - housing the carriage museum which tracks methods of transport through the ages.


Terrasse du Bar Galerie:

In the summer months enjoy the Trianon Palace Versailles hotel's Terrasse du Bar Galerie. Providing a relaxed, al fresco environment amid comfortable garden armchairs and sofas, the Terrasse du Bar Galerie serves up a casual, light menu of grilled fish, meat and salads - all washed down with a host of international wines. This Versailles bar is truly one of the more vibrant, relaxed corners of the Trianon.

Bar Galerie:

Under the soft light of antique chandeliers, enjoy tea or sip cocktails with friends in this Trianon Palace Versailles institution. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this serene hideaway beckons you to enjoy light lunches, drinks and afternoon tea. This cosy Versailles tea-room is equally comfortable serving champagne, cocktails and a mix of spirits - carefully poured and concocted by expert barstaff.


La Veranda:

La Veranda, the stylish restaurant by internationally acclaimed chef Gordon Ramsay, offers a feast for the senses. Boasting black and white décor by acclaimed British decorator Fiona Thompson, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offering a modern take on classic cuisine, choose from the extensive wine-list carefully assembled by in-house sommeliers. During the summer months, request a table on the terrace for wonderful views of the Chateau de Versailles.

Gordon Ramsay au Trianon:

Experience the finest cuisine at the Michelin starred Gordon Ramsay au Trianon. Traditional and intimate, expect innovative interpretations of French classics served against the dazzling backdrop of the Parc de Versailles. A collaboration with Simone Zanoni, this destination restaurant is modelled on Ramsay's eponymous, 3-Michelin starred London establishment. Serving to only ten tables, this understated, elegant destination promises memorable personal service and true culinary excellence.

Chef's Table:

The exclusive Chef's Table at Gordon Ramsay au Trianon offers a wonderful view of the exciting and dynamic kitchen brigade in action. Treat up to six guests to an exquisite, fully personalized lunch or dinner experience, with fabulous cuisine created by Head Chef Simone Zanoni. The menus are created individually for each event, dependent on the freshest market produce and the preferences of your guests. Allow the Head Sommelier to recommend wines for each course, or simply take your order from the extensive wine list.


Wellness & Fitness:

Trianon Palace Versailles, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel is home to the stunning Guerlain Spa, a 2,800m² sanctuary of beauty, relaxation, and fitness. Designed to harmonize body and mind, this elegant spa offers the perfect reflection of the hotel's serene woodland surroundings. Majestic Roman pillars blend with an alluring modern design, crafting the perfect romance of ancient healing and contemporary luxury.

Your transformation begins here with 14 treatment suites, hammam and steam rooms, two fitness centers and a sun deck. Among the hotel's many dazzling delights, the fabulous indoor heated pool is perhaps the most unique. Modeled after a royal Grecian bathhouse, this 200m² pool is a rejuvenating oasis of luxury. Dappled sunlight filters down across the water from the second-story solarium, while oversized windows offer tranquil views of the hotel's lush lawns and gardens.

The fitness center provides cutting-edge multisensorial cardiovascular equipment, personal training sessions, Polar BodyAge™ physical assessments, nutritional consultations, two on-site asphalt tennis courts and an expansive warm-up/warm-down area.


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