New Five Senses Experience at Trianon Palace Versailles

Trianon Palace VersaillesLooking for something extra special for Valentine’s Day? We have just the ticket. The Trianon Palace Versailles, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, has just unveiled a new couples experience that’s downright luxurious. A full day of activities has been designed to pamper guests through all five senses-- all while reveling in a setting next to Louis XIV’s Royal Domain at Versailles. Starting with a 60 minute couples treatment at Guerlain Spa Versailles and concluding with an in-room breakfast showcasing surprises from head pastry chef Eddie Benghanem and perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, the ‘Five Senses’ couples experience promises 24 hours of bliss.

Here’s what else is on tap: an in-suite cocktail hour by Chef Simone Zanoni and Chef Eddie Benghanem with Champagne and small bites; scents by perfumer Francis Kurkdjian and exclusive modern chamber music sounds by Beatrice Ardisson in your suite; a feast at the two Michelin-starred restaurant Gordon Ramsay au Trianon (or at La Véranda). With unrestricted views over the gardens of the Château de Versailles, the hotel’s sumptuous suites are made even more conducive to a good night’s sleep with the addition of the state-of-the-art NightCove sleep system. Rates for the ‘Five Senses’ experience start at €995 per night in a Junior Suite, based on double occupancy, with dinner in La Véranda restaurant. Guests can supplement with dinner for two at Gordon Ramsay au Trianon for an additional €254. For more information, visit www.trianonpalace.com.

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