Travel Tuesday: Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles

The legendary Trianon Palace hotel and spa in Versailles, France where the likes of Marcel Proust , René Lacoste and the Duke of Winsor once frolicked has just completed a breathtaking $30 million renovation. Situated just outside Paris less than a mile from Louis XIV’s famed Chateau de Versailles, the 5-star luxury hotel’s upgrades include a new wing, Gordon Ramey’s first restaurant in France, a refurbished Guerlain spa, revamped public spaces and glorious gardens. Noted interior designer Fiona Thompson, who oversaw renovations to the 199-room property, has managed to modernize the 1909 building without detracting from its historic magnificence.

via: The LuxistThe Chateau in the distance. I know the Louis’ were pretty profligate, but…

And back at the hotel…

The Trianon Palace renovation was designed by Fiona Thompson of Richmond International.

Oh… my… knees are weak. I stayed in Versailles a few years ago, but certainly not here!

xoxo Linda

4 thoughts on “Travel Tuesday: Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles”

  1. I have stayed at the Trianon – it truly is an amzing place to stay! It was in 2000, and I think it migt have a been at the time when they were doing renovations. I remember clearly the hallway with the black and white floors – it leads to an open patio and it was where at the time they had the breakfast area – just dreamy!! 🙂

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