You can access these rooms by singular corridors filled with prints, engravings, or old photos from the reserves of Château de Chambord, bypassing the pool table and the small indoor botanical garden.
Even if every room is different, the most striking thing, when one enters, is the light, so particular to the Loire Valley, which generously envelops and highlights the different spaces. There are six categories of rooms offered: Chambord Suites, Suites, Junior Suites, Chambord Rooms, Superior Rooms, and Classic Rooms, overlooking the castle, the Cosson river, Saint Louis square, or the forest of the township. All rooms are equipped with a high-end comfort in the most refined setting, combining velvet, wood, ceramics made by Ettore Sottsass, and lamps designed by Adrien Gardère. Some rooms have been designed to accommodate children and their families.