Real Madrid fully book 92-room 5-star Paris hotel ahead of Liverpool clash

Real Madrid fully book 92-room 5-star Paris hotel

Ahead of the UEFA Champions League finals, La Liga champions Real Madrid have fully booked out the 5-star Auberge du Jeu de Palme luxury hotel.

According to, the hotel is 850m from the famous Château de Chantilly, 1 km from Chantilly-Gouvieux Train Station providing direct access to central Paris and 2 km from Bourgognes Stadium. A heated, indoor swimming pool and a spa centre feature on-site.

Providing free Wi-Fi access, the guest rooms at Auberge du Jeu de Paume have 18th-century décor and offer views of the garden, the patio or the town.

All include a welcome tray with tea and coffee making facilities.

A buffet breakfast is available with a surcharge and may be served in the rooms. The starred and gastronomic restaurant, La Table du Connetable, serves French cuisine, and a traditional restaurant called Le Jardin d’Hiver can be found on site.

Lunch and dinner is available upon reservation.

Guests have access to a sauna and Turkish bath and can book a massage or treatment on-site, at an additional cost. Chantilly Horse Racing Training Centre and Chantilly Golf Course are within 2 km of the property.

The hotel sits on 7,800 hectares of land with 92 rooms, a State-of-the-art gym and Equestrian sports and golf course.

The 2022 Champions League final will take place on Saturday, May 28, with kickoff at 8pm BST / 9pm CET.

It will be hosted at the Stade de France in the northern district of Saint-Denis in Paris.

Liverpool have never previously played at the Stade de France, but did win the European Cup across the city in 1981, against Real, at the Parc des Princes!

Liverpool are the designated ‘home’ side for the final.

Liverpool finished top of Group B ahead of Atletico Madrid, Porto and AC Milan, before knocking out Inter Milan, Benfica and Villareal on their way to the final.

Real Madrid topped Group D and overcame Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Man City to book their place in Paris.

The Reds are the third English opposition in a row for the Spanish champions.