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Arguably the most romantic city in the world with so many attractions like Le Louvre, The Trocadero, L`Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame and some of the best, classical cuisine in the world. Add in some lovely golf experiences at the French Open venue of Le National; the ultra exclusive and no 1 rated course in Europe, Morfontaine; the wonderful St. Germain or take in the Palace of Versailles with the scene of so many great Lancome Trophy tournaments next door, St. Nom La Breteche. You are guaranteed a wonderful experience in the French capital.

Golf de Chantilly was inaugurated in 1909. It was designed by the great architect Tom Simpson who designed many of the other famous golf courses in France like Morfontaine and Fontainebleau. Golf de Chantilly has two 18-hole championship courses: the Longères course and the Vineuil course. The club is a 10 times French Open venue and is close to the wonderful turf of Morfontaine and the sporting history of Longchamp, the site of horse racing`s Le Prix de l`arc de Triomphe.


Recognized as one of the most beautiful courses in France, the Golf de Fontainebleau is a real adventure between rocks, heather, broom and bunkers. It is another superb creation by Tom Simpson the arch-strategist who built Morfontaine, Chantilly and remodelled Ballybunion.The original nine holes were laid out in 1909 by La Boulie professional Julien Chantepie. Simpson was involved in the redesign that saw the course expanded to 18 holes in 1911 and it has ranked in France`s top 5 ever since.

Golf de Morfontaine

Golf de Morfontaine Golf Course, Paris, France

Generally accepted as being the best course in France, which is high praise as the country processes many great golf courses, and certainly one of the countries` most private. Le Duc de Guiche, Armand de Gramont built a nine hole course on exceptional heathland just outside Paris in 1913. The great architect famous for e.g. Muirfield, Ballybunion, Cruden Bay, New Zealand Golf Club Tom Simpson created a wonderful golf course for his client made even better by one of the great architects of modern times, Kyle Phillips.

The course is consistently placed in top publications` top 50 world courses and rightly so, it is a classic!

Golf de Saint-Cloud

Golf de Saint-Cloud Golf Course, Paris, France

This magnificent course hosted 14 French Opens between 1926 – 1987. Club President Henry Cachard and his committee chose the legendary English architect Harry S. Colt to design the golf course. This course was inaugurated in 1913 and a second 18-hole course was then completed in 1930.

In 1923, Henry Cachard asked Louis Süe to build the club house; he accepted and built it jointly with Ernest-Michel Hébrard. An amazing character, Louis Süe was lucky to have artistic skills which were perfectly in tune with the roaring twenties.

The building, which was inaugurated in 1925, still bears testimony to the art of French living and is still one of the most beautiful club houses in France.

Golf de Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche

Golf de Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche Golf Course, Paris, France

Here in the western outskirts of Paris, with many fine golf courses as neighbours, the impressive Rouge and Bleu courses at Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche stand out as beacons of French golfing excellence. When melded together as an 18-hole composite layout, the Red and Blue courses have enjoyed a long and illustrious association with top level tournament golf, which dates back over a period of many years. Both the Red course (comprising two nine-hole loops) and the Blue (an out-and-back design) were designed by Fred Hawtree, and both will give your game an excellent workout in a pleasantly undulating environment. This great venue staged the 1970 – 2003 Trophee Lancome event won by amongst others, US and Open Champion Tony Jacklin 1970 to Johnny Miller Lee Trevino Arnold Palmer Seve Ballesteros Nick Price Retief Goosen 2003.

Le Golf National

Le Golf National Golf Course, Paris, France

The 1985 French Open was a huge success at St Germain and so well attended that the French Golf Federation President Claude Roger Cartier set out to establish a big, expansive course as a permanent home for the French Open. In 1987 construction began of Le National and its debut as the French Open venue came in 1991.

It was also the venue for the 2018 Ryder Cup matches and brought the Hubert Chesneau
Robert Von Hagge masterpiece to even more prominence with its wonderful finishing holes providing a great test for the world`s best as they will again at the 2024 Olympic games.


Saint-Germain Golf Course, Paris, France

This nine time French Open venue is the work of the great Harry Colt. In 1920 Georges Durand began the club and picked the ideal man to create a wonderful layout in a beautiful forest just to the West of Paris. The 9 French Opens have been won by 8 different nationalities of “thinking man`s golfers” with Scotland`s George Duncan (1920 Open Champion) in 1927 and Sandy Lyle (1985 Open Champion) being the only country to prevail twice round this wonderful layout.

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Hotel Ritz

Hotel Ritz, Paris, France

Located on Place Vendôme, the Ritz Paris is much more than a prestigious address. It possesses that indescribable charm and history that make it one of the most legendary hotels in the City of Light. Its exquisitely appointed rooms and suites bear the names of Coco Chanel, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Marcel Proust, among other luminaries—all of whom considered the Ritz “like a second home.” Under the glass ceiling, in the shade of the Linden trees in the Grand Jardin, the Ritz Paris is a place where dreams come to life. The Michelin-starred restaurants are a journey through high gastronomy. The Salon Proust is the place to enjoy teatime à la franchise. And no visit to the Ritz Paris would be complete without stopping by the Bar Hemingway. The Ritz Club, with its sumptuous pool and the “Chanel au Ritz Paris” area, elevate well-being to an art form. If Paris is a movable feast, the Ritz is its key: a key that opens the doors to a private home where dreams never cease to unfold.

Novotel Saint-Quentin en Yvelines

Novotel Hotel, Paris, France

Offering direct access to Le Golf National, Novotel Saint Quentin Golf National welcomes you to its 131 recently renovated rooms, some with views of the famous Ryder Cup 2018 greens. The hotel offers two restaurants: the Gourmet Bar in the hotel, and the 2018 in the golf clubhouse. Both feature a terrace overlooking the links. Rich in sports and cultural activities, with the proximity of the Palace of Versailles, the National Velodrome and the St-Quentin-en-Yvelines Nautical Center. Paris easily accessible via the RER train station, located 10 minutes from the hotel.

Plaza Athénée

Plaza Athénée Hotel, Paris, France

On the tree-lined Avenue Montaigne, amid flagship stores of Dior, Louis Vuittton and Chanel, is one of Paris’s most prestigious and immediately recognizable hotels with its carnation-adorned balconies. This is the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, a hotel steeped in the city’s fashion history. The sense of arrival at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée is theatrical. There is the location, of course, on the stately Avenue Montaigne, and the signature red awnings of the facade. This is a hotel with deep ties to the fashion world, from the days Christian Dior would name his collections after the hotel to the romance between Marlene Dietrich and Jean Gabin that played out within its walls. To this date, the hotel is one of the most visually dazzling in The City of Light, from the grand décor of the lobby with its polished marble floors and chandeliers to the sometimes French sometimes Art Deco style of the 154 rooms and suites. The furnishings ooze elegance with silk-covered armchairs and cushy beds while the signature suites are all drama with vivid colors and unique features like terraces, pianos or exclusive wine cellars.

Waldorf Astoria Trianon Palace Versailles

Waldorf Astoria Trianon Palace Versailles, paris, France

Palace views, Michelin-starred dining, and classic luxury meet on the edge of Louis XIV’s royal domain. Built in 1907, our hotel is tucked between the Palace of Versailles and the Grand Trianon, amid centuries-old trees and rolling gardens. Spa Guerlain boasts 2,800 square meters of relaxation, with a sunlit Grecian-inspired pool.