A taste of holiday at 1 hour from Paris
Welcome to Campanile Montesson - Le Vésinet
near the forest of St Germain en Laye
Our hotel is the destination you need to spend intense moments of relaxation, conviviality and complicity as a couple, with family or friends...
Nearby, the forest of St-Germain en Laye, popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The ideal place to share a unique experience of disconnection in the heart of nature. All activities are possible in the forest...
Take advantage of your leisure time in the region to visit the Château de Versailles or the Château de Maisons-Laffitte, both of which are within easy reach of our hotel.
on foot, by bike and on horseback
Located to the northwest of Paris, the state forest of St Germain en Laye, a real green lung, covers an area of 3,540 hectares. It is the second largest forest in Yvelines after the Rambouillet forest.
Its three million annual visitors enjoy its paths and its impressive historical heritage: castles, oratories and majestic star-shaped crossroads. It's an ideal place to get away from it all by bike, on foot or on horseback.
Immerse yourself in history by visiting the various castles near our hotel. Take advantage of your stay at the Campanile Montesson - Le Vésinet to discover them...
- Malmaison Castle The castle, which was once the private residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine, now welcomes visitors to discover its refined preserved interiors and temporary exhibitions.
Open every day except Tuesday.
- Monte Cristo Castle : (re)discover the life of Alexandre Dumas in this castle on the hill of Port-Marly. On the programme: a free walk, a guided tour or a tour with theatrical interventions.
From 1 March to 30 June and from 1 September to 1 November inclusive
- Palace of Versailles Discover the park, the famous Hall of Mirrors and the fascinating collections of the Palace of Versailles.
The Château is open every day except Monday. The Château opens at 9am; the Trianon estate opens at noon, from Tuesday to Sunday.
- Maisons-Laffitte Castle This architectural masterpiece of the Grand Siècle, considered one of the most beautiful residences of its time, was owned by the Count of Artois, brother of Louis XVI and future Charles X, by Marshal Lannes and then by the banker Jacques Laffitte.
From 16 May to 15 September: 10am - 12.30pm / 2pm - 6pm. From 16 September to 15 May: 10am - 12.30pm / 2pm - 5pm. Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December and on Tuesdays.