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You will be warmly welcomed in this newly renovated house which kept its historical design, including its unique 'trumeaux' exterior design, antique beams and its refined decoration reminiscent of the prestige of King Louis XV. Relax in a friendly atmosphere around the garden, billiards and enjoy a glass of champagne at the Hotel Bar. You will also enjoy staying a 3-minute walk from the Château de Versailles, its park, and the renowned Versailles's Market.
Construction of the Hotel
Located in the heart of the Saint Louis district in Versailles, the King Louis XV built in 1727 a mansion that belonged to Sieur Louis Delalande, Guardian Officer of the silverware of the King.
M. Patrick Percepied takes over the Hotel
M. Patrick Percepied, the current Director, takes over the Hotel which has suffered from serious water damage with his wife, who is in charge of the interior decoration, they totally redesign the layout of the Hotel and transformed it into a cozy and warm place.
During the renovation of the Hotel, the Director discovered, hidden under the plaster, a uniquely beautiful 'trumeaux' fake bricks of Louis XV time. This type of work is very rare, he contacted the architect of the city, M. Christophe Guégan, to restore them according to the rules of art. The hotel now has one of the most beautiful facades in Versailles.
Extension of the Hotel
After ten years of activity, M. Patrick Percepied wants to enlarge the Hotel and build a room for disable person. Catering for the demand of the guest wishing for entertainment, he renovated the Bar and created a Billiard Room.
Redevelopment of the breakfast room
With the idea of beautifying the Hotel again, M. Patrick Percepied, decided to redesign the breakfast room. At the same time, he revisits his concept of buffet breakfast. He added a canopy under the Veranda opening onto a lovely indoor garden.
It is in a completely renovated, quiet and friendly hotel that M. Patrick Percepied and all his team are waiting for you to continue writing this beautiful story.