Prestige room Marie Duplessis

A romantic stay? The small Suite dedicated to Marie Duplessis, who became the mistress of Alexandre Dumas and was the inspiration for the character of Marguerite Gauthier, the heroine of La Dame aux Camélias, should be yours! 

Green room
Prestige room Princess Borghese

Princess Borghese, one of Emperor Napoléon sisters, would have loved this room! The room is spacious (30 sqm, 323 sq ft)

Green and orange room
Borghese Bathroom

The very large bathroom has extensive views over the park and is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, a walk-in shower and toilets.

Green and orange room
Prestige room Marquis De Lafayette

Room Marquis de Lafayette, one of the brightest in the Château, opens onto both sides of the park with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.

Green and yellow room
Lafayette Bathroom

The room boasts a very large bathroom with extensive views over the park.  It is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin and a shower. It has separated toilets. 

Lafayette bathroom
Tradition room marquis de Pombal

A portuguese atmosphere for this lovely room (21 sqm, 226 sq ft), with its high ceiling, exposed beams, wallpaper from the famous designer Pierre Frey and Louis XV period furniture.

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 Marquis de Pombal Bathroom

the bathroom, as bright as the room, with a wash hand basin, bathtub with a hand shower and toilets. 

Bathroom
Salons Louis de Barberin

The fireplace and the over-mantel are original, dating from the early 18th century. The fire back bears Louis de Barberin''s coat of arms and his motto, Bellicae Virtutis Premium. The Barberin arms can also be seen above the château entrance and in the chapel.

Green and purple room
Salons Louis de Barberin

The fireplace and the over-mantel are original, dating from the early 18th century. The fire back bears Louis de Barberin''s coat of arms and his motto, Bellicae Virtutis Premium. The Barberin arms can also be seen above the château entrance and in the chapel.

Green and purple room
Zanzibar

The small building adjoining the south side of the château is a 19th century addition. This room was Alexandre Müller''s billiard room.

Lounge with rattan armchair

Main courtyard side

The rooms are dedicated to illustrious persons who lived or stayed at Reignac. The decor and the chosen pieces of period furniture aim at recreating the atmosphere most familiar to these great names in history, while insuring the hosts all the comfort of a luxury hotel. All the rooms are located in the Château.

Portrait woman

Prestige room Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis De Lafayette (1757-1834), french Politician

Room Marquis de Lafayette, one of the brightest in the Château, opens onto both sides of the park with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The room is equipped with a super kingsize bed (2 single beds on request), the flooring and wooden panelling are original, as are the furniture (Louis XVI).The large terrace is a nice place to enjoy the sweet summer evenings. The room boasts a very large bathroom with extensive views over the park.  It is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin and a shower. It has separated toilets. The room measures 29 sqm (312 sq ft), and can be transformed into a family Suite with the adjunction of the next door room (connecting). Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 180 to 250 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Prestige room Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese (1780-1825)

Princess Borghese, one of Emperor Napoléon sisters, would have loved this room! The room is spacious (30 sqm, 323 sq ft), very sunny with its 2 high windows overlooking the park and the courtyard. Fabrics and furniture are reminiscent of the french Empire period. The room is equipped with 2 single beds (no possibility for a double bed). The very large bathroom has extensive views over the park and is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, a walk-in shower and toilets. Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 160 to 220 €
Adulte buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Prestige room Marie Duplessis (1824-1847), parisian courtisan

A romantic stay? The small Suite dedicated to Marie Duplessis, who became the mistress of Alexandre Dumas and was the inspiration for the character of Marguerite Gauthier, the heroine of La Dame aux Camélias, should be yours! Not because of the somewhat « quirky » reputation of the young lady, but because you will be very at your ease in this very large room (39 sqm, 420 sq ft), with its mid-XIXth century furniture, a super King size bed (2 twin beds, on request), the 2 windows overlooking the park and the courtyard, the original bathroom with a wash hand basin, bathtub with a hand shower and toilets. And forget the reputation of Miss Duplessis! An extra bed for a child/teen can be added in the small antechamber...Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 160 to 220 €
Extra bed for a child/teen: 30 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Tradition room Sebastiâo Jose De Carvalho e Mello, Marquis Of Pombal (1699-1782), portuguese Prime Minister

A portuguese atmosphere for this lovely room (21 sqm, 226 sq ft), with its high ceiling, exposed beams, wallpaper from the famous designer Pierre Frey and Louis XV period furniture. Light flooded thanks to 2 windows overlooking the courtyard and the park, this room recalls the brightness of Marquis Sebastao de Pombal homeland. The room is equipped with a Queen size bed, and the bathroom, as bright as the room, with a wash hand basin, bathtub with a hand shower and toilets. Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 120 to 180 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Zanzibar

The small building adjoining the south side of the château is a 19th century addition. This room was Alexandre Müller''s billiard room.

Salons Louis de Barberin

The fireplace and the over-mantel are original, dating from the early 18th century. The fire back bears Louis de Barberin''s coat of arms and his motto, Bellicae Virtutis Premium. The Barberin arms can also be seen above the château entrance and in the chapel.

The main staircase and the handrail date back to the period when Louis de Barbarin undertook the re-building of the château. He kept the west side of the old château, the stairway partly obscuring the pre-existing opening.

One of the portraits that decorate the walls is that of Armand de Saint Germain, a member of the Order of Saint Louis, in which Louis de Barbarin held the rank of Commander.