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We had a wonderful stay in this greatly located hotel. The atmosphere is very relaxing and the service is outstanding. The rooms are large with a French decor and modern facilities. The restaurant is fabulous. Very highly recommended.
This hotel is a 4 stars but when you stay in the palace itself (not the pavillon) the hotel is superior. We had 2 connecting and spacious rooms in the palace. Nice. Bathroom spacious and clean. Concierge excellent service and very knowledgeable. Pool is great...More
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Response from Grégoire S, General Manager at Trianon Palace Versailles, A Waldorf Astoria HotelResponded 9 November 2017
Thank you for your visit and thank you for your excellent comments.
We are pleased to read that you had a nice stay and that you could fully take advantage of our pool. We regret the inconvenience you had for breakfast. Often,the hotel...More
From the moment we arrived to the moment we left the experience was first class. A room was ready for us at 10.15am, the concierge advised about the ticket we should get for the Palace and grounds owing to the heavy snow that had fallen...More
Quite expensive but worth the fairytale experience. Upgrade to the main building for the best views and authentic feel. Staff is friendly and accommodating. Also really appreciated the children amenities! Spa is in need of renovation though.
This is what service should be. The hotel is stunning, and the service is A1. This is one of the best hotels I have stayed. While not near central Paris, it is the top notch service that makes it worth every penny. Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant...More
Response from Grégoire S, General Manager at Trianon Palace Versailles, A Waldorf Astoria HotelResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for your visit and for your enthusiatistic comments about our hotel and about our Gordon Ramsay restaurant.
We are really pleased that you found your stay "outstanding" and we hope that we shall have the chance to welcome you back in...More
Response from JodiCowgirl | Reviewed this property |
The main building is more opulent. Fancy. Old World Charm. I would surmise more expensive to stay in. The Pavillion is across the "grounds"/more so like "The Guest House" and from what I experienced it is likely used for... More
The main building is more opulent. Fancy. Old World Charm. I would surmise more expensive to stay in. The Pavillion is across the "grounds"/more so like "The Guest House" and from what I experienced it is likely used for conventions/large wedding parties. The Pavillion, for us, was quiet likely because it wasn't even at half capacity when we stayed. We never saw anyone else in the halls or elevators. We say 3 employees at the front desk area, that was it. So in a sense, more private. It was a 2 minutes troll across the lawn to the Main Building where all the action was, in a sense. Our room in the Pavillion was spacious. It had a beautiful view of the lawn. The bathroom was large. Really not one complaint. And in a practical sense, you save money. (which for the Waldorf Astoria makes lil sense but we are budget travelers.)
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"The beautiful classic decor of the rooms is wonderful. The facilities are modern."