What to do in the region?
Where to eat?
The Bobo Disco Club is located 10 minutes from Fontainebleau in a privileged setting. Open from 11 pm on Friday, Saturday and holiday eves.
Pleasant atmosphere, warm welcome, homemade dishes of the Southwest cuisine: brasserie dish for lunch and semi-gourmet restaurant and cozy atmosphere in the evening on lounge music.
Nature Getaways in the forest
Hiking, Nordic walking, guided tours, themed outings in groups all year or a la carte private lessons: health and fitness coaching.
Tennis and football
Located at route de l'Ermitage (about 3 km from the hotel) the Fontainebleau tennis club has 6 indoor courts and four outdoor courts and several football fields.
Directions: Directions from the hotel
Le Grand Parquet
Le Grand Parquet offers each year, nearly 50 days of equestrian competitions, and some foot race competitions for the athletes of Ile-de-France.
Phone : 01 64 22 47 67
The Fontainebleau forest is a unique place for climbing. Discover its rocks in the Franchard gorges, the Dame Jouanne Massif or the Trois Pignons Massif.
Golfing in Fontainebleau
Located at route d'Orléans, the Fontainebleau Golf (Known as one of the finest golf courses in France) offers a memorable adventure in the heart of nature!
Website : www.golfdefontainebleau.com
Cinema, theatre and art spaces
Inaugurated in June 2008, the Espace Comairas gallery is dedicated to all forms of art, painting, engraving or sculpture in a large space of 55m2.
The Fontainbleau Theatre
The Municipal Theatre (located 1 km from the hotel) offers culture shows and entertainment throughout the year
Art Museum of Military History
With a remarkable collection of about 3,000 pieces, the museum of art and military history of Fontainebleau is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 pm to 5:30 pm.
Directions: Directions from the hotel "
Château de Fontainebleau
Château de Fontainebleau
Illustrious castle of the history of France, the Château de Fontainebleau was one of the residences of the kings of France, From François I to Napoleon III. Several kings left their mark in the construction and history of the castle, a true witness of the different phases of the history of France since the Middle Ages.
Surrounded by a large park and close to the forest of Fontainebleau, the castle consists of elements of medieval, Renaissance and classical style. It portrays the meeting between Italian art and French tradition as expressed in its architecture its interiors. Justifying the title of "True abode of Kings, Palace of the ages" that was awarded to it by Napoleon I, the Château de Fontainebleau holds the memory of more than 700 years of the presence of royalties in France. Today the Château de Fontainebleau presents to visitors its architectural treasures, with its decorations, paintings and the numerous fascinating and precious objects it has preserved.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, the Château de Fontainebleau attracts more than 300,000 visitors a year.
Opening days and hours of Château de Fontainebleau
The Castle is open daily, except on Tuesdays, January 1, May 1 and December 25, from 9:30 am to 5 pm from October to March and 6 pm from April to September.
Sale of tickets and access to the castle stops 45 minutes before the closing time.The gardens of Château de Fontainebleau are open daily from 9 am to 5 pm from November to February, 6 pm in March, April and October and 7 pm from May to September.
The Fontainebleau market is open every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday mornings in the main square, next to the church.
Various fashion shops located within minutes of the hotel offer articles from leading brands.
Charcuterie Langlois welcomes warmly on the southern markets of Ile-de-France with tasty homemade artisanal delicacies.
Website: charcuterie de Fontainebleau.