Homely Luxury in the Loire Valley, France

Exterior of the Choiseul

It can difficult for a hotel to offer the best in luxury accommodation, while also feeling comfortable and homely, but the Choiseul pulls this off wonderfully.

Located just below the ramparts of Amboise Castle and a few minutes walk to the medieval town center, most rooms either boast Chateau views or, like the dining room, overlook the slow moving Loire River.

Spread across three buildings – all 18th century dwellings, – rooms vary in size but all are decorated to match the interior styles of the nearby castle. Despite the comfort of the rooms many guest like to mingle in the cozy day room/bar with its open fire or sit out of the terrace and gaze over the site which French kings used to call home.

In the restaurant le Choiseul continues its flawless service, boasting a Michelin star with a menu that offers the finest local ingredients, cooked with a strong French influence.  There is also an extensive wine list of both Loire Valley wines, other French and New world to please every taste.

Guest room in the main building

Offering the very best of French cooking, service and hospitality it’s the perfect place from which to explore the area. As well as Chateau Amboise, which is just a few minutes’ walk away, the town of Amboise boasts one of the regions best chocolate shops: Bigot, as well as a good selection of restaurants, cafes and boutiques.

One of the most beautiful, and famous, castles in France: Chennonceau, the renowned wine region of Vouvray and historic city of Tours is just a short drive from the property.

Traditional rooms are available from €148 a night, with Junior Suites starting at €280. Bed and Breakfast, Half Board and Weekend Break specials are also available throughout the year.

More Information: Chateau Hotel Choiseul

Photo Credit: Chateau Hotel Choiseul

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  1. bea October 26, 2022
  2. Tim Leffel October 26, 2022

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