Château des Arts

The most remarkable Châteaux in France

Château Des Arts is an opulent and extravagant estate truly fit for royalty. Nestled in 185 acres of woodland park, with two private lakes,  lush manicured gardens, a splendid cascade fountain, a glass greenhouse, orange orchards, and sumptuous interiors. 

Originally designed by architect François Mansart, for the Count of Aufflay, Château Des Arts was later completed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, who also oversaw the construction of Château de Versailles.

The Château Des Arts, with its extravagant interiors, reflects the Louis XV era perfectly. It has seven luxurious and opulent bedrooms that can accommodate 14 guests. Furnished with the finest period furniture, objets d’art, and an art collection, with pieces of royal provenance that are befitting of a museum.

The stunning  gardens of Château Des Arts, have earned the name ‘Le Petit Versailles’, and were designed by André Le Nôtre, who also created the gardens of Château de Versailles. The gardens extend out beyond the Château, where two rectangular-shaped private lakes are situated on either side of the gardens. The 185-acres grounds provide privacy, tranquillity, and numerous outdoor activities just 35 minutes away from Paris. 

A modern-day sanctuary

You can stroll through the classical French garden, play a game of tennis, work out in the gym, go rowing and fishing on the Château’s private lakes, take horse riding lessons, or throw an exclusive, chic outdoor pool party.  The Château provides a private chef to guarantee you savor the best French cuisine has to offer.  

The Château Des Arts has historically attracted leading intellectuals and has become a modern-day sanctuary for many celebrities such as John Travolta, Tom Cruise, and Lenny Kravitz. 

Dreamy, opulent, and refined, the Château Des Arts offers a unique experience, coupled with exceptional services and facilities, making it a perfect choice for a fairytale wedding, a glamorous party, important meetings, and memorable vacations. Come and experience the most remarkable Châteaux in France.



  • A historical landmark since 1942, Château Des Arts is one of the most remarkable châteaux in France.
  • Set in a 75ha woodland park, with two lakes, a magnificent cascade fountain, a greenhouse, and an orangery.
  • Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of Château, stroll through the classical French garden, go owing or fish in the lakes of the Château.
  • Throw a chic pool party outdoors.
  • Take horse riding lessons.
  • Savor the best of French cuisine has to offer with a private chef.
  • Visit Paris and its surroundings.
  • Take a trip to Giverny, Château de Versailles, Deauville or Reims.
  • The collection of Château Des Arts transmits the atmosphere of 18th century France through a blend of Louis XIV, Louis XV, and Louis XVI pieces, all sourced from Sotheby’s or Christie’s and in some cases is of royal provenance.
  • 7 luxurious suites, each designed individually by the renowned interior decorator Jacques Garcia.
  • Elegance, comfort, and luxury, only 35 minutes from Paris, in the most remarkable Château in France.
  • Dan Brown Da Vinci Code was inspired by his stay at the Château, which was later used as a location for filming parts of the movie.

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