France: Hotel franchising company Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will open the Dolce by Wyndham Versailles – Domaine du Montcel in December this year.
Located in the Yvelines region of France in the town of Jouy-en-Josas, the property was once owned by the Oberkampf-Mallet family and has been fully renovated by 2BDM Architects.
As part of the restoration, 2BDM Architects reinstated the famous Toiles de Jouy print in the décor of the guest rooms. It was first manufactured by Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf in the 20th century.
The interior design has been led by Flamant Interior Design (FID) with Frank Neau responsible for the exterior architecture and 14 hectares of garden which surround the estate.
Amenities at the hotel include two restaurants, a bar and terrace, and a conference centre with 18 meeting rooms and a ballroom. Guests will also have access to the Spa du Moncel by Sothys which features a heated indoor and outdoor pool, a sensory shower, snow cave, sauna, fitness room and seven treatment rooms.
Jackie Brown, regional director – North and West Europe, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “Dolce by Wyndham Versailles – Domaine du Montcel is a fantastic representation of our Dolce by Wyndham brand, which is recognised as a leader in the groups and meetings space as well as for its superior cuisine and thoughtful amenities. This outstanding opening in France supports our mission to bring accommodation to destinations where travellers want to be.”
Olivier Bigot, general manager of the Dolce by Wyndham Versailles – Domaine du Montcel, added: “The history of Dolce by Wyndham Versailles – Domaine du Montcel can be traced back to the 18th century and each room has been authentically redesigned to celebrate and reflect the French heritage of the estate. We look forward to welcoming guests from around the world to experience the rich history and beautiful landscapes around this incredible hotel.”
The hotel joins a collection of Dolce properties around the world including locations in Denmark, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Germany, Brazil, Vietnam, the US and more.