Tiara Château Hotel Mont Royal
In need of some calm and nature? I present to you the Tiara Château Hotel Mont Royal Chantilly. Built in the 18th century, this hotel is located on the hills of the magnificent Forest of Chantilly, right by Paris and Charles de Gaulle Airport.
The castle is an extraordinary retreat site for planning conferences and residential seminars. On weekends, the castle hosts some incredibly beautiful weddings. The rooms of the castle immerse you in the history of French refinement. The décor, inspired by the decorative heritage and vocabulary of classical forms, is rivaled only by the prestige of the site. Each detail invites its guest to live out an escape in suspended time, in an absolute comfort and an exceptional setting.
The restaurant L’Opéra takes up the first room of the reception hall of the Castle, a room originally devoted to the musical and theatric arts. The moldings, volumes, and sheens contribute to the intact prestige of this space that is today dedicated to the enchantment of the taste buds. The Stradivarius Bar is a site of relaxation where time seems to fade away in importance. In the wood-paneled walls of the former smoking room, with antique books lining the shelves of the library and the ceiling sloped in ribbed vaults, one can savor in intimate silence a unique ambiance charged with history. In the interior of the Tiara Château Hotel Mont Royal, ten rooms dedicated exclusively to event offerings create spaces tailored to only the most important events. Each room benefits from natural light as well as an extraordinary view over the forest, with capacities that can comfortably welcome anywhere from 10 to 300 people. Located under a glass roof, the patio is reserved for private events and constitutes an ideal meeting venue for members of conferences and seminars.
Laurent Delporte, an editor and conference speaker, is a strategic expert in the sector of hotels. A visionary, he brings his unique look on hotels in service to the decision-makers in the industry, whether to enhance the development of new projects or strategic visions.
Laurent has visited and audited over 350 hotels across the world and also participates in mystery visits to provide quality control for the world’s finest hotels.