The Palace of Versailles was home to the Kings of France from 1662 and 1789 and has hosted numerous historical events since, including The Peace of Paris and the Treaty of Versailles. The renowned Chateau has drawn in millions of daily visitors, but for the first time, the property is accepting overnight stays. The hotel offers 14 rooms, along with a spa and a restaurant lead by chef Alain Ducasse. During their stay, guests will also be given exclusive access to the 2,000-acre gardens, the king and queen's apartments, and the estate of Queen Marie-Antoinette during private after-hours tours. The royal experience also includes breakfast, afternoon tea, a complimentary minibar, and a traditional five-course feast.
Photos: Airelles Chateau de Versailles