Transfer Paris (hotel or home address) - Versailles
Paris (Hotel or home address) - Versailles (Castle or Hotel)
Transport service between Paris and Versailles
We offer to pick you up in a comfortable and ergonomic vehicle to take you to Versailles in the best conditions and as soon as possible. Indeed, to meet your specific requests, we offer different types of vehicle models with driver. You will benefit from a tailor-made service whether you are alone, with family or with friends/colleagues. Indeed, we adapt our services according to your transfer needs from Paris to Versailles or other destinations in the region. In addition, take advantage of transparent prices for all your travel requests since you will know the cost of your transfer when booking.
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Even if it means being in Versailles, you might as well take the opportunity to perfect your general knowledge and visit some monuments aboard a prestigious car . Indeed, this city hides some of the most beautiful historical treasures of France. Here are the essentials when you are passing through.
The Palace of Versailles
A true historical vestige, which has moreover kept its beauty of yesteryear, the Palace of Versailles is the city's first must-see. Open to the public, it not only offers exceptional outdoor spaces, but also exhibits some historic places such as a museum that you won't have time to discover unless you spend several hours there.
The domain of Marie Antoinette
Marie Antoinette's estate is also a must-see historic Versailles site. It was the residence of the Queen in 1760. It has retained all of its authenticity and beauty and also offers a lasting daily exhibition of the few accessories that have made the history of France. This is a heritage to be discovered with the family when you are passing through Versailles.
The park of Versailles
Ideal for relaxing and appreciated by lovers of the great outdoors and nature lovers, Versailles Park is open to tourists and locals free of charge. A few trails are available there, in a unique natural setting. These are near the canal where you can also hire boats for a more authentic and original visit of the city if you feel like it.
Versailles Castle: the Hall of Mirrors
The Gallery of Mirrors, witness to the power and magnificence of the French Kingdom
The Palace of Versailles is a magnificent royal residence built at the initiative of the absolute monarch Louis XIV, and is considered a jewel of World Heritage. The Hall of Mirrors is a vast gallery intended to impress visitors of the Sun King and his castle. It served as a waiting and passage area for courtiers and subjects who wished to converse with the sovereign and/or members of his court. It was also used rarely for diplomatic receptions, to celebrate feasts at princely weddings, or to present performances organized by the king. This immense gallery, measuring 10.5 meters wide and 73 meters long, owes its name to the 357 mirrors adorning the 17 arches (21 mirrors each) facing the windows. Its construction began in 1679, 18 years after the construction of the palace. It should be noted that King Louis XIII built a hunting lodge on the site in 1623, and his successor decided to build a grand castle, abandoning the Louvre.
Why visit the Hall of Mirrors?
The Hall of Mirrors at Versailles Castle is a unique architectural masterpiece that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world. It is the work of the architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart (Place Vendome, Castle of Marly, Castle of Dampierre, Saint-Louis-des-Invalides). It is a magical and dazzling place decorated with huge windows adorned with gilding of fine gold, mirrors assembled by cabochons of chiseled copper, and paintings and frescoes by the painter Charles Le Brun. Visiting the gallery is an opportunity to admire the splendor of France through its art and history. The palace also offers other attractions such as the King's State Apartments, the Queen's State Apartments, the Royal Chapel, and the Gardens of Versailles.
Versailles Castle: The Petit Trianon
Presentation of the domain
The Petit Trianon is a modest-sized castle which is part of the Versailles estate. It was King Louis XV who ordered its construction in order to offer it to Madame de Pompadour, her favorite. Deceased before the construction of the Trianon, Madame de Pompadour could not occupy the place and it was Madame du Barry who had the honor to inaugurate it in 1768. It is a square-shaped simple building, work of Ange-Jacques Gabriel (Concorde place, Champs-de-Mars military school, Bourse place in Bordeaux, Chateau de Compiègne). At the death of King Louis XV in 1774, Madame de Barry had to evacuate the place and it is to Marie-Antoinette, Louis XVI’s wife, that the property of the Petit Trianon returns. The housewarming of the castle on June 6, 1774 was a splendid event to which the new King of France offered to his queen the key set with 531 diamonds made jointly by the locksmith François Brochois and the goldsmith and jeweler Michel Maillard.
Why visiting the Petit Trianon ?
It is a place whose history is linked with Versailles Castle. Ruined during the French Revolution, the castle was restored by Napoleon and was transformed into a museum devoted to the memory of Marie Antoinette by Eugénie, the wife of Napoleon III. It houses some works of art and furniture. The visit allows to discover the Queen's house, the Temple of Love, the royal farm, the belvedere and some and the dovecote. It is a magnificent place that allows to rediscover what the life of a favorite or a queen in this private residence has been.
Versailles Castle: The Grand Trianon
Presentation of the domain
The Trianon de Porcelaine is a collection of castles, courtyards, gardens and basins. The small castle was erected at the request of King Louis XIV for his exclusive use, meaning to get away from his courtiers. Completed in 1672 by the architect François II d'Orbay, the king ordered the building to be demolished 15 years later (in 1686) because of its fragility. The Grand Trianon named to its completion Trianon of Marble, is then built in replacement. The Grand Trianon is a palace larger than the old one. This name was attributed to him only at the end of the construction of the Petit Trianon in 1768. It is the resting place of the king where it retires accompanied by some people sorted at the shutter. The King Sun slept there for the first time on July 11th, 1691. No visit was permitted except by royal invitation and few people could sleep there. At the time of his successor Louis XV, the Grand Trianon was the residence of his wife Marie Leszczinska during spring-summer. Marie-Antoinette, the wife of Louis XVI preferred the Petit Trianon. Like all the royal mansions, the castle was stripped of its possessions during the revolution and it was Napoleon, at the time of the Restoration, who assigned himself the duty to restore its former luster.
Why visiting the Grand Trianon ?
The Grand Trianon is now open to public whose main attraction is General de Gaulle apartment. The visitors make a real journey back in time to rediscover the great figures of France who inhabited the place: Louis XIV the Absolute Monarch, Louis XVI the last king before the Revolution, Napoleon the emblem of the Restoration and General de Gaulle The hero of the Liberation. You can also admire the magnificent gardens of the estate. The estate is in full restoration period to save this historical and cultural heritage.
Stay at the Hotel Le Louis Versailles
The Hotel Le Louis Versailles is a benchmark for those looking for a high standard hotel establishment. This luxury hotel offers cozy rooms and luxury suites to make your stay perfect. The Hotel Le Louis is also distinguished by its unique location, located a hundred meters from the Palace of Versailles.
Presentation of the Hotel
The Hotel Le Louis Versailles offers you a unique welcome guaranteeing optimal satisfaction. This luxury hotel stands on a prestigious historic site capable of surprising you. It offers customers a great opportunity to discover a tailor-made service. The most daring will have the chance to discover the delight of the establishment's Dammann Brothers welcome tea. This warm welcome is a perfect match for the whimsical setting offered to the guests. The comfort of the rooms inspires good humor for those who are looking for a serene and soothing atmosphere. The Hotel Le Louis also offers attic rooms where guests discover an original decoration characterized by the presence of conical lamps and mirrors of yesteryear under a classic chandelier. By its style, the Hotel Le Louis is like a real haven of peace with its interior with a cozy atmosphere that inspires serenity.
Why stay at this hotel ?
The choice of this luxurious hotel will ensure your complete satisfaction while benefiting from high-end customer service. The Hotel Le Louis Versailles offers complete services to the delight of its customers: restaurant with terrace, fitness, sauna, lounge bar and reception rooms. You can also have a Wi-Fi connection in the rooms. The hotel offers a 'Royal experience' offer for lovers. This special package for 2 people includes, among other things, one night, a buffet breakfast and two 2-day passports. By choosing this hotel, you will have the chance to stay a few minutes from the Versailles-Château-Rive-Gauche train station. It is a very popular place directly overlooking Paris.
How to get from Paris to Versailles by limousine with driver ?
Versailles is only 25 km far from Paris. So, just drive by car for about 45 minutes, starting with Victoria Avenue. The limousine will still have to pace some avenues like the Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy Avenue, the General Leclerc Avenue or the Porte de Châtillon Avenue. It will be necessary to join the A13 / E5 (Normandie Highway) to Rouen, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Versailles. The limousine will still pass through Marnes-la-Coquette before arriving at its destination.