The 107-room property, operated by IHG Hotels & Resorts will be fully renovated and designed by Campbell House
Campbell House announces the full redesign of the historic Chateau Hotel Mont Royal Chantilly, in La-Chapelle-Le-Serval, Chantilly, France, to become the InterContinental Chantilly Château Mont Royal, re-opening in 2024.
The Campbell House team, led by Creative Director Jese Medina-Suarez, will design the food and beverage area with two restaurants, a bar and a terrace, as well as eleven meeting rooms (including the ballroom) and the 107 rooms and suites. The renovation of the indoor pool and spa is as well part of the design scope.
The prestigious luxury property built at the beginning of the 20th century in Louis XVI style architecture, was a former hunting lodge commissioned by the French composer Fernand Halphen for his wife.
Halphen was inspired by the forest and the hunt, one of his passions commissions the architect Guillaume Tronchet to build a monumental pavilion to celebrate music and evoke the world of hunting. The construction is finalized in 1911 and was transformed to become a hotel in 1990.
“Château Hôtel Mont Royal has been for decades a symbol of Chantilly’s rich cultural heritage, and now that it becomes an InterContinental hotel, we are delighted that our timeless approach combining the legacy features of its architecture and interiors with contemporary opulent elements have been selected by the owners to translate their vision for the future of the château, whilst remaining true to the traditional values of such an outstanding address.” states Medina-Suarez, “We are excited to work on such a unique property along with our partners.” The property signed under a management agreement with Groupe BMF and Groupe PFH, will join IHG Hotels & Resorts, and as InterContinental’s flagship hotel in France after renovation in 2024.