For the first time in your 387-year history, you can sleep like a royalty at the Palace of Versailles, which opened its first hotel on June 1st.
Known as Great control, the hotel has 14 rooms and suites designed by architect Christoph Tollemer and one signature suite. The interior was inspired by the fortunes of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI in the late 18th century.
Guests will have full access, taking into account the French Versailles shato and the surrounding areas, including areas that are usually closed to visitors.
Guests can also enjoy a dinner prepared by Michelle star French chef Alain Dukuz, do some serious research at the resort and take a dip in the indoor swimming pool.
But as expected, it won’t come cheap.
To stay in the country’s attractions, you’ll have to shell out about $ 2,000 a night. However, the cost includes personal butler and personal travel to the palace and its surroundings.
Renee Kemps, who is famous for photographing popular sites, had the opportunity to shoot the hotel.
“It’s very exciting,” Kemps told The Post. “Versel-Airelles Chateau, Le Grand Contrôle is a magical place.”