This 23 m² is located on the 1st floor. It radiates charm and warmth with its mix of beige, red and old wood. It has a modern bathroom with a sink and a bathtub.
Solange de la Motte Saint Pierre
The owner of the Chateau de Montpoupon, in 1971 she opened Musée du Veneur which collected the souvenirs of the Montpoupon Crew and, in 1975, the "Route Historique des Dames de Touraine" which aimed to link historic sites with a shared heritage (that of having been run by a "Dame" - a Lady).
This 23 m²room, full of touches from a bygone era, with its old parquet floor and marble fireplace, is to be found on the 1st floor. It is a luminous space, with beige and violet tones, and very light bathroom with a sink and bathtub.
La Duchesse d’Uzès
Anne de Mortemart-Rochechouart, born in 1847 and deceased in 1933, was the great granddaughter of the Veuve Clicquot. A great feminist figure, she had a passion for hunting, automobiles and the arts. She was not only the first woman to hold the position of Lieutenant de Louveterie (Lieutenant Wolfcatcher) but also the first woman in France to obtain a driving license.
This 28 m2 room is located on the ground floor with a bright, airy corridor lit by a window overlooking the park. It has a bathroom decorated in teak and tiles with a spacious shower with massage jets and two sinks. With its warm colours (beige, green and orange), the room receives light from three windows which open onto the garden. The hotel is ideally located to visit the town centre of Amboise.
François Le Coz
The owner of the Manoir Saint-Thomas from May 1986 to March 2001, François Le Coz developed an international reputation for his restaurant which remains, even after he passed away.
This bright, spacious 27 m² room on the 1st floor is full of charm, with its old parquet floor, its exposed beams on the ceiling and its warm colours, dominated by a blue and gold theme. Modern bathroom with 2 sinks and a bathtub.
Diane de Poitiers
A favourite of King Henry II of France, Diane de Poitiers (1499 or 1500 - 1566) received the Chateau de Chenonceau as a gift. When the King was mortally wounded, Catherine of Medici forbade her access to Chenonceau and forced her to exchange it for Chaumont.
This 29 m² room on the 2nd floor, is decorated in the Francis I style, with his portrait above the great fireplace. It is warm and welcoming - a mix of beige and dark wood. The bathroom comes with a sink, a free-standing bathtub with feet and a shower with bronze taps.
Crowned King of France in 1515, he reigned until his death in 1547. Considered to be one of the monarchs who best embodied the French Renaissance, he played a major role the developments of the arts and literature in France. With no heirs, Louis XII brought Francis to Amboise castle, where he spent his youth.
This bright, 28 m² room on the 2nd floor bears many traces of bygone times with its rough plaster and exposed beams on the walls and ceiling. Bathroom with sink and a bathtub.
Leonardo da Vinci
Born in 1452 in Vinci and died in 1519 in Amboise, he was given lodgings at Clos Lucé by Francis I who called him "his father". He was responsible for organising festivities at the Amboise Court. He was to spend the final years of his life in Amboise. The Chateau du Clos Lucé recreates the world of this painter, the greatest of all time, and a brilliant inventor.
This spacious, 41 m² room is on the ground floor. Its two large windows with stained glass, providing plenty of light for the room where soft green, mauve and white tones meet around an imposing fireplace and an attractive old wood and marble dressing table. The bathroom, decorated in pale green and off-white, comes with a bathtub and two sinks.
When she married Henry II, she became one of the greatest queens of France. Born in 1519 in Florence and died in 1589 in Blois, she was an exceptional patron who financed many edifices, such as the Chateau de Chenonceau. On the Diane de Poitiers bridge, she had two superimposed galleries built to make a reception space like no other in the world.
This very spacious 34 m²room recalls another era, with its old parquet floor, marble fireplace, warm colours and painted beams. It is located on the 1st floor. It is a luminous space thanks to three windows. 2 have a stained glass and the other a "specificity" to discover. The very light bathroom is equipped with a sink and bathtub.
One of Jesus' twelve apostles, he symbolises doubt. Thomas would not believe in the resurrection of Christ before seeing the marks of crucifixion. He said, "Unless I see the nail marks in his hands, put my finger into them, and put my hand into his side, I'll never believe!" Whence the expression "Je suis comme Saint-Thomas, je ne crois que ce que je vois" (like Saint Thomas, I only believe what I can see).
The 35 m² suite is located on the first floor. It has a sitting area with an armchair bed offering the possibility of an extra bed for 1 person (70*190). This modern suite has a spring-like fragrance and a soft colour scheme, mixing pale green, yellow and mauve.
Bathroom with two basins and a corner bath.
This 45 m² suite is located on the 2nd floor. It comes with a lounge area and a sofa bed which sleeps an additional 2 people. This romantic loft suite is decorated in pale mauve, prune and white. The luminous bathroom comes with a sink, a free-standing bathtub with feet and a shower.
Our luxury hotel between Tours and Blois invites your to travel back in time in this 53 m² duplex with two rooms connected by a 15th century turret. Let yourself be swept away by these two stunning rooms, one with an old parquet floor and exposed beams on the ceiling, the other with exposed beams along the rough plaster walls. Each comes with a desk, armchairs, a flat screen TV and a minibar.