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Chantilly hotel castle

​Discover Chantilly

Château de la Tour is a prestigious hotel just 3 kilometres from Chantilly. From here, you can easily visit this town which is a "City of art and history" and the famous Château de Chantilly, a gem of French architecture. The latter is home to the Condé Museum, which has a collection of the most prestigious ancient paintings in France.

You can take a leisurely stroll through the park, designed by Le Notre, and breathe in the sweet scent of the flowers in the Potager des Princes, before setting off to admire the horse races at the famous Chantilly hippodrome. 

​Varied and tasty menus

The impressive Château de Chantilly, originally a medieval castle renovated in a Renaissance style, stands proudly inside a 7,800-hectare domain. You can discover at your leisure the wonderful gardens designed by Le Notre with their large expanses of water. A few kilometres from Chantilly, Château de la Tour hotel welcomes you with its 47 luxury rooms which combine the charm of times gone by (fireplace, tapestry and wooden floor) with modern comfort and conveniences.

You can take part in a number of activities to help you relax, because this hotel near Chantilly has a large swimming pool, a tennis court, a spa area and a gourmet restaurant. Managed by chef Jean Paul Picque, the restaurant offers refined, rich and, above all, fresh cuisine. The chef and his team regularly vary the menu to give you a taste of both local cooking traditions and world cuisine. 

​Hotel in Chantilly

Just 3 kilometres from Chantilly, Château de la Tour, an elegant residence from the early 20th century, is a destination of choice for a break that combines discoveries and relaxation. On fine days, the large swimming pool is perfect for relaxing and cooling down. Gourmet food lovers will be able to appreciate tasty cuisine in the hotel restaurant, which is part of the "Tables remarquables" network.

The 47 rooms combine the charm of times gone by, with a fireplace, wooden floor and tapestry, and comfort. Chantilly, a princely town and capital of the horse, has many tourist attractions. In addition to its famous Château, the town is home to the Grandes Ecuries horse stables, the Chantilly hippodrome and the Pavillon de Jacques de Manse. 

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