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A royal and cosy setting for your events: Le Louis Hotel, Versailles Château - MGallery by Sofitel

A stone's throw from the most famous castle in the worldThe hotel is discreetly decorated in a way that echoes the residence of Louis XIV. An MGallery with its own identity where you can meet for a quiet business meeting in the nearest royal city (and the most beautiful) of the capital.


Versailles is certainly one of the most beautiful international showcases of French luxury. Le Louis Hotel, Versailles Château - MGallery by SofitelThis was a "little caprice" of Louis XIV, so it had to be up to the task.

The hotel has retained its imposing listed portal, behind which lies a classic four-story corner building, hidden from prying eyes. Located on the Avenue de Paris - the widest in France - the hotel is only 200 meters from the Castle and its gardens. Also close to the three main train stations of Versaillesit is possible to go to to the heart of the capital in only 20 minutes. Ideal for a seminar away from the hustle and bustle of Paris in a magnificent boutique hotel with its own identity.

Completely renovated in 2017, the hotel's design was totally redesigned by two Russian artists (and twins!), the Sundukovy Sisters office. A titanic work for this four star hotel with 152 rooms that brilliantly mixes the splendor of the symbols of Versailles with a comfortable, cosy and intimate contemporary style. All of this is enhanced by the light, whether natural, thanks to the impressive central glass roof, or the magical reflections of the mirrors with their golden frames. Here light is king and everything reminds us of the Sun King.



Exclusive visit of the Château de Versailles for business clients


Montespan, Maintenon, Pompadour... a total of nine meeting rooms with evocative names are spread over 180 m2 and can accommodate up to 180 people. Adding the various lounges, from the lobby to the restaurant, including the breakfast room, the hotel can accommodate up to 600 people in banquet configuration for a gala evening or a cocktail party.


The bar and the lobby are also very popular areas for business meetings in the morning, afterworks or seminar outings in the evening. Here, there are no giant TV screens on all the time, just calm and relaxation to music that matches the time of day and night.



To relax after a day of seminars, the hotel offers exclusive group tours of the Château de Versailles to discover the Queen's apartments in small groups. A memorable moment guaranteed.


On the restaurant side, the bar-restaurant the Alcovelocated in the heart of the hotel, under the glass roof, is directed by the Chef Valentin Piault. Having worked in the kitchens of the Ladurée restaurant on the Champs-Elysées, he offers traditional gastronomic cuisine that has been completely revisited, such as scallops with sesame seeds, rainbow carrots and lemon thyme, or the semi-cooked foie gras, gingerbread and tea jelly "Nuit à Versailles. All is said.