Le Logis Versaillais
Modernity in the heart of history
We will be pleased to welcome you, 5 minutes from the Palace of Versailles and a 2-minute walk from Versailles Chantiers railway station. Perfectly located in a lively area, near to local shops, the apartments overlook a magnificent enclosed courtyard providing a calm, peaceful and secure environment. Elegantly decorated, the apartments are fully fitted and equipped, ready to welcome you. We ensure you have a comfortable stay:a fast internet broadband connection, bed and bath linen provided, and a car parking space on reservation.
The studio can accommodate up to two people. Perfectly appointed, you'll enjoy a totally ergonomic space, in a warm, intimate atmosphere.
Bright and quiet, you'll feel right at home. The main room features a sleeping area with quality bedding, a fully-equipped kitchen area and an enclosed shower room.
The Confort apartment is ideal for a Versailles getaway for two. This bright, tastefully decorated apartment offers a sleeping area separate from the living room.
The kitchen is fully equipped, with all the equipment and utensils you need, and the bedding has been carefully chosen to ensure you spend your nights in the utmost comfort.
The Premium apartment is perfect for a family stay in Versailles. It has a separate sleeping area and a kitchen/living area with a convertible sofa bed, which can accommodate up to 5 people.
It features a large open-plan kitchen opening onto a cosy living area. It has a spacious bathroom, and the industrial style of the living room will charm you.
The 5-person Deluxe apartment will delight you with its brightness and decor. Spacious and calm, you'll feel right at home.
Its spaciousness and abundant storage space are ideal for getting together in a convivial environment and/or with family. A separate sleeping area with sofa bed can accommodate up to 5 people. Its open-plan kitchen opens onto the living room, allowing you to enjoy a bright living environment in a sober, chic atmosphere.
Attractions near the hotel
The Palace of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles has been listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years and is one of the greatest achievements in French 17th century art. Louis XIII's old hunting pavilion was transformed and extended by his son, Louis XIV, when he installed the Court and government there in 1682. A succession of kings continued to embellish the Palace up until the French Revolution.
The Estate of Trianon
In an attempt to gain some brief respite from courtly etiquette, the kings of Versailles built themselves more intimate spaces close to the main palace. Adjoining the Petit Parc, the estate of Trianon is home to the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon palaces, as well as the Queen’s Hamlet and a variety of ornamental gardens.
The Royal Stables
The Great and Small Stables, commissioned by Louis XIV and built by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, constituted the greatest royal construction project for housing horses ever undertaken. Situated opposite the Palace, they mark the edge of the Place d’Armes and the start of three main avenues. The position and size of the Royal Stables testify to the importance of horses during the Ancien Régime. The names of the two buildings refer not to their size, but to their purpose.
Visitors looking through the central window in the Hall of Mirrors will see the Grande Perspective stretching away towards the horizon from the Water Parterre. This unique east-west perspective originally dates from before the reign of Louis XIV, but it was developed and extended by the gardener André Le Nôtre, who widened the Royal Way and dug the Grand Canal.
This market, a true crossroad of colours and flavours, is the loveliest in the Ile-de-France region !
It was built during king Louis XIII's reign and is the second market of France propose some fresh local products. It still at the same place from the XVII century, and on the king's request, this area needed "a place where it is possible to find every amenities, the covered market, benches, stalls, other necessary things to accomodate the merchants and to cover their merchandises".
The market takes place everyday and is one of the major commercial centre of the city.
Notre Dame covered market is open every day except on mondays, while the market around the square Notre Dame is open every tuesdays, fridays and sundays morning.