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Chateau d’Augerville

At a glance

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    A spectacular chateau that has retained its traditional style making it perfect for a romantic weekend.

  • Scenery

    Scenic location

    The hotel is surrounded by spectacular grounds including a nature reserve.

  • Location

    Location

    The hotel is just an hour from Paris, making it easy to get to from either Paris Orly or Charles de Gaulle Airport.

  • Activities

    Activities

    The hotel has its own chocolaterie and artisan chocolatier Hervé Boudot.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel spa

    The hotel does everything with French finesse with spa treatments and therapies being the cherry on top of a beautiful experience.

Location

Chateau d’Augerville

Place du Château, 45330 Augerville-la-Rivière, France

Spa & Leisure

Wander around the gardens, go for a walk and play golf at the hotel, or back in the spa relax in contemporary style with old school service. Wood and stone decor houses a sauna, steam room, a pool and a Sensory Space, which includes two hydromassage areas, a tonic corridor, a counter current area, an acqua musical zone and two tonic spaces. There’s even a winter garden where you can sunbathe, specifically for spa guests.

There are also six treatment rooms, amongst them the cabin "coup d'éclat" which provides space manicures and pedicures. Signature Rituals and therapies are delivered using the famed Carita and Decléor brands, and afterwards relax in the beautiful Suite Duo and a dedicated room of repos.

Hotel & Accommodation

An hour from Paris near Fontainebleau, Chateau d’Augerville is a charming, friendly four star castle hotel surrounded by greenery. Welcoming friends and families alike, it sits amongst a golf course and nature reserve, while rooms and suites enjoy contemporary style in period outbuildings, with garden or courtyard views. The castle itself also has two suites - Delacroix located in the square tower, and Chateaubriand.

Food is a very special experience here, the main restaurant, Jacques Cœur, is a warm, welcoming and grand setting under spectacular chandeliers serving traditional French fare. Bistro The Atlier is a more relaxed environment serving traditional cuisine inspired by local farm produce, and the hotel also has its own chocolaterie where sweets and delicacies are devised by their artisan chocolatier Hervé Boudot.

Please note that the Restaurants are closed for dinner on Sunday & Monday from the 1st November 2017 - 31st March 2018