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Reopenings

HOTELS

Queen of Clubs would like to welcome you back safely with open arms, and with the passing of time we can happily say the hotels and attractions are reopening at our destinations. We have been reaching out to all of our suppliers to ensure your safety without affecting your travel experience. Our team is excited to see you travelling again soon and to plan your next adventures!


CHAMPAGNE                     

Chateau de Crayeres: now open 

Royal Champagne: now open - Restaurants & Bar TBC


BORDEAUX            

Hotel Yndo: now open

Intercontinental Bordeaux: now open

La Grande Maison Bernard Magrez: now open       

La Maison D’Estournel: now open 

Les Sources de Caudalie: now open    


BOURGOGNE                    

Hotel Le Cep: now open   

Hostellerie Cedre: now open      

Hostellerie de Levernois: now open     


COTE D’AZUR           

Cap D’Antibes Beach Hotel: now open    

Chateau Eza: now open    

Chateau St. Martin: open from April 2021 

Hotel Belles Rives: now open - Restaurants closed

Hotel Cap Estel: now open    

Hotel du Cap Eden Roc: open from 1st to 10th of July  

La Chèvre D’Or: now open - until 8th of November

La Voile D’Or: now open

Le Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat 4 Seasons: now open - Restaurant ‘Le Cap’ TBC


LOIRE                       

Domaine de la Tortiniere: now open     

Hauts de Loire: now open

Le Manoir les Minimes: now open    

Le Relais de Chambord: now open       

Les Hautes Roches: now open         

Les Sources de Cheverny: now open
                
                       
LYON            

Chateau de Bagnols: open from 1st April 2021 

Cours de Losges: now open

Intercontinental Lyon: now open 

Villa Florentine: now open

Villa Maia: now open   

                       
MONACO        

Hotel de Paris: now open          

Hotel Hermitage: now open        

Hotel Metropole: now open      

Monte Carlo Bay: now open        

Monte Carlo Beach Resort: now open 


NORMANDY                     

Ferme St. Simeon: now open - Spa under renovation until March 2021

Villa Lara: TBC - Presidential Suite open in Villa Augustine at 50% 


PARIS          

Alfred Sommier: TBC - Restaurant & Bar now open     

Cours de Vosges: now open               

Four Seasons Hotel George V: now open

Hotel Le Villeroy: now open              

Hotel Lutetia: now open

La Réserve Paris: now open      

Le Brach Hotel: now open 

Maison Montespan: open from 5th of June to 29th of July

Nolinski: now open 

Peninsula: TBC - ‘La Terrasse Kléber’ and ‘Le Rooftop’ now open

Royal Monceau: open from 1st of September - Restaurants & Bars, and Terrace Garden now open


NEW OPENINGS   

Bulgari, Paris: 2020, TBC

Cheval Blanc, Paris: 2020, TBC

Le Grand Controle, Versailles: 2021, TBC            

                       
PROVENCE           

Bastide de Marie: open from 26th of June to 1st of November

Chateau de Berne: now open

Château de Fonscolombe: now open

Hotel Byblos St. Tropez: now open   

Intercontinental Marseille: now open     

La Bastide de Gordes: now open            

La Réserve Ramatuelle: now open

Le Château de La Messardière: open from 25th of June to 11th of October

Le Cheval St. Tropez: now open 

Le Saint Remy: now open            

Lily of the Valley: now open    

Villa Gallici: now open      

Villa La Coste: now open     

                      
       
ATTRACTIONS

Queen of Clubs would like to welcome you back safely with open arms, and with the passing of time we can happily say the hotels and attractions are reopening at our destinations. We have been reaching out to all of our suppliers to ensure your safety without affecting your travel experience. Our team is excited to see you travelling again soon and to plan your next adventures!


Abbaye du Thoronet: now open

Abbaye de Montmajour: now open

Arc de Triomphe: now open

Atelier de Lumieres: now open  

Basilica Cathedral of Saint Denis: now open

Castle Voltaire: now open

Chapelle Expiatoire: now open

Château d'Azay-le-Rideau: now open

Château d'If: now open

Château de Champs-sur-Marne: now open

Château de Pierrefonds: now open

Château de Rambouillet: now open

Chateau de Versailles: now open      

Château et remparts de la cité de Carcassonne: now open 

Château of Vincennes: now open   

Conciergerie: now open

Domaine de Chantilly: now open

Domaine National du Chateau D'Angers: now open

Eiffel Tower: now open 

Fondation Monet / Giverny: now open

Grand Palais: open from 1st of July to 27th of September for the exhibition ‘Pompeii’

La Rochelle Towers: now open

Louvre: now open

Maisons-Laffitte Castle: now open

Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey: now open

Musée d'Art et d'Archéologie: now open

Musee d'Orsay: now open 

Musee de l'Orangerie: now open                   

Musee Jacquemart André: now open   

Opera Bastille: all performances until the end of the season on 14th of July are cancelled

Opera Garnier: all performances until the end of the season on 14th of July are cancelled

Palais du Tau: now open

Palais Jacques Coeur: now open

Panthéon: now open

Petit Palais: now open - until 4th of October for the exhibition ‘La Force du dessin, Chefs-d’œuvre de la Collection Prat’

Royal Monastery of Brou: now open

Sainte-Chapelle: now open 

Salses Fortress: now open

Site Archéologique de Glanum: now open

Towers and Walls of Aigues-Mortes: now open

Villa Cavrois: now open

Vaux Le Vicomte: now open

Villa Kérylos: now open

Villa Savoye: now open
TRANSFERS

Our goal is to welcome you back to France as soon as possible and ensure your safety and wellbeing without altering your experience too much. We would like to give you an idea on what your transfers would look like for the next few months, according to the latest guidelines published by the French Government.


Private Drivers, Taxis and Uber

Drivers are not obliged to wear a mask, as long as there is a plexiglass protection between the front and back seats.

Passengers above 11 years old must wear a mask. 

Drivers will avoid any physical contact with clients - e.g. handshakes.

Plexiglass protection is not required by law.

No passenger is allowed in the front seat.

Restrictions on number of passengers: 
One passenger maximum allowed per car - Berlines - two people are allowed only if they live together or if one is a caretaker for the other. In these cases, plexiglass protection must be set between the front and back row.

If vehicle has multiple rows of seats - vans - they can be occupied by one or two passengers per row. If there is no plexiglass protection between the front and back rows, only one person is allowed in the first row. With plexiglass protection, there is no limit in terms of number of people occupying the van, as long as they belong to the same household.

In order to maximise safety, at the end of each service, the vehicle will be ventilated by opening windows and/or doors. The driver will sanitise all surfaces the previous clients have come in contact with by using disinfectant liquid and a disposable paper towels.

Depending on where you’re traveling, security and hygiene measures may differ slightly according to Regional Authorities.
EU GUIDELINES

As EU Member States slowly start lifting the restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the European Union has created an interactive tool that provides you with the information you need to confidently plan your European travel, and holidays while staying healthy and safe.

The information is frequently updated and available in 24 languages for your convenience.
 

CLICK LINK HERE: EU GUIDELINES