A luxury hotel on the edge of the Versailles state forest
Nearly 3 centuries of history have shaped what is today this magnificent and inspiring estate. An extraordinary place, synonymous with excellence, with a strong historical and cultural heritage. Nestled in its natural park, the Hotel Dolce Versailles is preserved and secretly guarded amidst this envelope of greenery.
Bicentenary cedar & listed English garden
The Domaine du Montcel's vast wooded estate has been sculpted over time, and its wealth of plant life is omnipresent. Le The listed English garden and the bicentenary cedar stand side by side in the 14-hectare park, where contemporary features are arranged in continuity with those of the past.
Initially designed by Madame Oberkampf, the garden brings together all the hallmarks of the English garden, with vegetation reclaiming its rights and expressing itself as a veritable showcase for the Hotel Dolce Versailles.
Works of art
Home to the Fondation Cartier from 1984 to 1993, Domaine du Montcel has always had links with the artistic world. As far back as 1795, when Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf bought the estate, he ran the Toiles de Jouy factory. Today, this artistic and cultural heritage can be seen throughout the hotel, where numerous reminders of Toiles de Jouy and a painting by the Impressionist Corot adorn the walls. Proof that art is everywhere at Domaine du Montcel, two majestic works of contemporary art take pride of place in the gardens and grace the splendid Dolce Versailles hotel.