About the Chateau Saint Just Paris
The Chateau Saint Just opened its doors to guests in September 2008 making it France’s first Principal Hayley hotel and the second outside the United Kingdom having opened shortly after the first European venue at La Mola near Barcelona in Spain. The impressive castle-like hotel is ideal for meetings and events with modern facilities, set in this picturesque location just outside Paris. It is situated amid 42 hectares of landscaped parkland with an array of green scenery and is a peaceful and quiet place in which to stay.
What to do near the Chateau Saint Just
In the area around the Chateau guests can enjoy some paintballing, karting, bowling or polo, proving its worth for team building activities as well as for fun family holidays. Meanwhile, other nearby attractions include the Living Horse Museum, Chantilly Castle and Auvers-surs-Oise. The venue is around 45 kilometres north of Paris and so a day trip there is a distinct possibility, while if travelling from one of the airports in the French capital, the hotel is a convenient distance away.
As already mentioned, Chateau Saint Just is the second Principal Hayley hotel to open outside the UK. Other such examples from the group situated inside the United Kingdom include the Royal York at York, the Kenwood Hall Sheffield, the Cranage Hall Manchester and The Met Leeds.
Conferencing and Bedrooms at the Chateau Saint Just
The hotel in question has 29 meeting and event rooms which can be set up in a variety of formats, including theatre, cabaret, dinner dance, classroom and boardroom. Among the amenities available is the ever-essential wireless internet access which is available at no extra cost.
There are 150 stylish bedrooms in total which are equipped and decorated in a way befitting the venue’s four-star rating and which come equipped with various items to help heighten the luxury of your stay.
Dining and Leisure at the Chateau Saint Just
The Chateau Saint Just has a restaurant called Les Platanes which is complemented by two bars named Les Charmes and Les Nenuphars. Further, there is plenty to do to relax at the Chateau – there is a hammam, an indoor pool, a sauna, a Jacuzzi, a gym and a tennis court, making it an ideal destination for a short break, a family holiday or a business conference.
- Number of rooms – 150
- Internet access – wireless
- Restaurant and bars
- Swimming pool and gym
- Conference rooms – 29
- Transport – Bornel train station, one kilometre