On the occasion of the commemoration of the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon I, we take a look at three imperial residences shaped by a man with an extraordinary destiny, who left a deep imprint on the history of France and Europe.
The Château of Rambouillet, former royal residence embellished by Napoleon, and imperial residence where he spent a last night on June 29, 1815 before going into exile.
The Château of Fontainebleau, Napoleonic symbol par excellence, scene of the Farewell to the Guard during the first abdication of the emperor in April 1814.
The Château of Malmaison, the jewel box where the passionate love that Napoleon had for Josephine blossomed throughout his life.
These sumptuous historical residences welcome your events in sumptuous or more intimate spaces that will immerse your guests in the refinement of the parties and receptions of the Empire and History.