Located on the banks of the Loire, at the gateway of La Sologne, this luxury hotel lets you stay in its rooms in a historic hotels, chocked full of history, which played host to the former stables of Louis XI. The Relais Louis XI offers calm and quiet rooms, with a view over the Loire or over the garden area. The rooms have been designed and decorated with great care. Entirely personalised, they each have a character of their own. Impregnated with history, the rooms in this hotel combine past and present. All of our rooms are fitted with telephones, flat-screen televisions, internet access and free Wi-Fi throughout the entire hotel. Our La Jardin room, especially for people with reduced mobility, leads out onto the internal garden area. Eleven of our rooms are on the upper floor of the main building and directly look out onto the Loire. All of our services have a sole goal: your comfort and satisfaction. Our terrace, facing the Loire, will give you an unforgettable moment of conviviality, without forgetting our internal garden where you can take all the time in the world to delve into a passionate book or simply to relax and unwind. The Relais Louis XI also houses a restaurant where gastronomy and sophisticated cuisine will be served up, where the wine list will whet your appetite, in an entirely renovated setting and everything will be ready, including down to the merest detail, so as you can spend an unforgettable moment. If you are a fan of bike riding, the Relais Louis XI will facilitate your stay or a stopover in the Loire on your bike. We are waiting for you in this timeless setting where charm is operating every moment of the day. We hope to see you soon on the Royal River, the last wild river in Europe, classified by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
Must see places: 500 metres from Meung sur Loire castle, the former residence of the Bishops of Orleans. Still at Meung sur Loire, come and discover the Arboretum des Prés des Culands which is home to the National Conservatory of Ilex (houx), the Van Oeveren Museum and knife museum, the Meung sur Loire-La Monnaye museum to discover the life and works of the ?Boy who turned bad', Gaston Couté (1880-1911), after living his whole childhood in Meung sur Loire before becoming the infamous poet-songwriter at Montmartre. Close by, do not miss out on visiting the Royal Abbey of Cléry St André (tomb of Louis XI), the medieval city of Beaugency, La Ferté St Aubin castle, Orleans and its Groslot Hotel, cathedral, old town, museums and grrdens, and of course just a stone?s throw away Chambord Castle.