Chateau de Montvillargenne
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Chateau de Montvillargenne
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It was in 1900 that Baroness Jeanne de Rothschild decided to have the château de Montvillargenne built. She offered the project to Chatenay, one of the architects trained at the renowned School of Fine Arts set up by Honoré Daunet (the famous architect of the Château of Chantilly).

The château de Montvillargenne is a bit disconcerting for classicism lovers. The impact of regional and foreign styles on its architecture can be easily noticed through Norman half-timbering, Württemberg roofing and Béarn balcony style...

During the Second World War, the château was occupied by German troops. In 1945, the nuns of the Sacred Heart holy order transform the Château into a noviciate and a boarding school for young women. When the noviciate closed down in 1969, the château became a hotel school, and in 1985 the château de Montvillargenne finds its bearings in traditional gastronomic catering and hotel industry.

The entirely refurbished Château was awarded its 4th star in October 2003.
Luxury Hotel Accommodation
120 non-smoking bedrooms equipped with the highest level of comfort including a private whirlpool bath in every room, wifi internet access, multimedia services, satelite television, digital safety box, hair dryer and minibar...

Deluxe executive rooms at Château de Montvillargenne
The most prestigious in the castle, a great level of comfort and different atmospheres for these bedrooms.

Fall for this collection of a great traveller, Choose your style: Directoire, Empire, Provencal, Venetian, Oriental, Moroccan, African, Japanese…

Senior Executive Rooms at Château de Montvillargenne
Generously spacious, with a surface area of 25 to 35m2, in a soft, subdued atmosphere, they are decorated with an original touch. Try our elegant, four-poster rooms.

Junior Executive Rooms at Château de Montvillargenne
Enjoy a spacious period room, with a surface area of 20 to 25m2 in the heart of the château and a superb view over the parkland.

Executive Rooms at Château de Montvillargenne
Subtle blend of prestige comfort and contemporary decor. With a surface area of 18 to 20m2, these rooms with a large double bed are located nearby the pool.
The new ‘Le Vilargène’ restaurant invites you to a new experience with its fish and seafood specialities!

A cuisine of love... a cuisine of passion... perpetuating bygone tastes and flavours in subtle dishes of fish, shellfish and seafood and with sweet pleasures guaranteed to bring your tastebuds to life...

Le Vilargène, delighting the five senses...

Enjoy an indoor pool heated throughout the year giving onto an interior terrace.

With the fine weather, lay back on deck-chairs, just listen to the birds singing and take in the turquoise blue of the pool...

The sauna is available for a delightful ritual of purification.

Take advantage of the benefits of relaxing massages to melt away your stress (on request).

Walks or bicycle rides through the magnificent forest of Chantilly.
Book your tandem or mountain bike.

For the Golf lovers,
Discover three beautiful golf courses at only 5 minutes from the château.
The Old Golf Course of Chantilly, one of Europe’s finest, set in a site of peerless beauty.

The International Club du Lys offers two 18-hole courses - les Chênes (oaks) and les Bouleaux (birches).

The Apremont golf course is nestled in the heart of the old forest of Halatte. This 18-hole, 72-par course combines a forest setting with a slightly undulating course.
The Château de Montvillargenne is strategically located close to Roissy Airport, the A1 motorway and Paris.

By Car
35 kms from Paris by A1 motorway
189 kms from Lille by A1 motorway
262 kms from Calais by A16 motorway

Take the A1 motorway, Exit 7: Survilliers-Chantilly. Then take the road to Chantilly (N 17).
When leaving La Chapelle en Serval,
BE CAREFUL to turn left,
taking the Chantilly road (D 924 a).
When you reach Chantilly, go past the château (D 924),
then take city center and the Gouvieux road (D 909).
The Château de Montvillargenne is signposted after this point.

By Plane
20 mins from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport
30 mins from Beauvais Tillé Airport
1 hr 30 from Orly Airport

By Train
SNCF Chantilly Gouvieux station 5 mins away
RER "Orry la ville" station 10 mins away

GPS coordinates
49° 1mn 29s North
2° 25 mn 8s East