Château Versailles stands on grounds originally owned by a religious order of distinguished French aristocrats known as the Gentlemen of St. Sulpice. At the turn of the 18th Century, it consisted of a fort and château, with gardens and a reflecting pond, designed by Abbé Vachon de Belmont in honor of the original Château Versailles Hotel, built by French King Louis XIV. It wasn't until 1958 that Marie-Louise and André Villeneuve turned the vintage townhouse into a small hotel, called Versailles Lodge. The family later purchased 3 adjacent townhouses, thus creating Château Versailles as it now stands, bringing together 4 distinct homes, styles, and histories.
Le Boudoir offers its guests a quiet, cozy atmosphere as it serves a magnificent continental buffet breakfast Monday-Friday, 7 AM-10:30 AM, and Saturday-Sunday, 7 AM-11 AM. In keeping with this old-world charm, there are no elevators in this 4-story mansion, only stairs. However, the bellhop will be delighted to help with luggage. As a contemporary touch, the hotel supplies complimentary WiFi. Chateau Versailles also has close proximity to fine dining, entertainment, and shopping.
The guestrooms, which vary in size and shape, are well appointed and tastefully decorated with original Victorian details and high ceilings. The rooms have extras such as luxurious bathrobes along with complimentary wireless Internet access and cable television.