Halfway between Chartres and Versailles, the Best Western Amarys is nestled in a quiet setting that will make it a perfect base for all your leisure activities.
Rest in a nicely furnished, fully-equipped room before enjoying a refreshing morning dip in the hotel's swimming pool or challenging your friends on the tennis court.
Close to the Chevreuse valley, the castle, "La Bergerie Nationale" (an educational farm), and to the Clairefontaine soccer center (training ground of the French national soccer team), the Best Western Amarys will appeal to the entire family.
Seminar rooms are also available for all business events.
Enjoy your stay.
Check-In: from 2.00 PM
Check-Out: within 12.00 PM
Wireless internet connection in public areas
100% smoke-free hotel
24-hour front desk
Multilingual staff, English, French
Express check in
Express check out
Safe deposit box, free at reception
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless Internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless Internet access; Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
Computer available, in the business corner near reception desk
Electrical adapter for international guest
Iron/ironing board available at the reception
Free newspaper at the reception
3.00 kilometer(s) from Espace Rambouillet, at the heart of the forest, the 250 hectares Espace Rambouillet allows an original approach to wildlife.
4.00 kilometer(s) from Rambolitrain Museum, this museum is unique to France.
Rebuilt for your pleasure with more than 4000 miniature train models and 400 meters of track.
4.00 kilometer(s) from Rambouillet Castle, the castle acquired by Louis XVI in 1783 gradually transformed into a charming residence with French garden
33.00 kilometer(s) from Versailles Castle, the Chateau de Versailles, which has been on UNESCO's World Heritage List for 30 years, is one of the most beautiful achievements of 18th-century French art.
40.00 kilometer(s) from Chartres Cathedral, the Notre Dame Cathedral, now one of the most famous of the world, continues to protect Chartres.
Throughout history, the Marian shrine was visited by pilgrims to proclaim their faith.