Host your reception in a Princely residence
The Domain of Chantilly is home to the intact treasures of the Duke of Aumale, son of Louis-Philippe, the last King of France. This prince, considered the greatest collector of his time, made Chantilly the showcase for his innumerable masterpieces and precious manuscripts.
The Domain of Chantilly is a unique residence consisting of the château and its annexes, the grounds and gardens, the Great Stables and the race track. A myriad of possible solutions are available to organise the most original and prestigious events.
Spend an unforgettable evening in this princely residence that has survived down through the centuries and remains to this day just as it was when the Duke of Aumale bequeathed it to the Institut de France in 1886.
Become a prince for an evening!
10 good reasons to visit the Domain of Chantilly:
- The second largest collection of antique paintings after Louvre: Raphael, Poussin, Watteau…
- 3 different styles of garden dating from the 17thto the 19th century, including the large French-style flowerbed designed by André Le Nôtre
- The largest stables in Europe, housing the Museum of the Horse,where over 200 objects and works of art relating to the horse and its history are on show
- Over 150 performances of equestrian shows per year
- A tradition of gourmet cuisine with the story of 17thcentury chef François Vatel and the famous Chantilly whipped cream
- Chantilly, the location of several film shoots including Marie-Antoinette, The Longest Day, James Bond, A View to Kill…
- Intimate or grandiose spaces that can accommodate up to 2,000 people
- An exceptional location just 40 minutes north of Paris on the A1 motorway and 20 minutes from Charles de Gaulle airport.
- Large numbers of guests can be accommodated thanks to our partner hotels: 1,100 beds
- An exceptional venue combining elegance, nature and gastronomy