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Labeled #ALLSAFE

Our hotel is labeled by Bureau Veritas

We have invested in high hygiene and prevention measures to ensure your safety, in a Covid19 situation.

The ALLSAFE label, developed with and approved by Bureau Veritas, represents our new standards of cleanliness and prevention and guarantees that these standards are respected in our Mercure Tours Sud establishment.

  • Contact us to prepare your private or corporate event and answer all your questions: +33 (0) | commercial@atypio.fr.
  • Respect of safety distances: in all common areas.
  • Contactless: check-in, check-out and contactless payments made where possible.
  • Hydroalcoholic gel available: in common areas
  • Reinforced cleaning: reinforced protocols, including additional disinfection of high-sensitivity rooms and bathrooms + increased frequency of cleaning in all common areas, areas of passage and movement of people.
  • Training of our employees: in terms of safety and hygiene
  • Strengthened food safety standards: and adapted catering solutions: buffet equipped with sneeze guards OR if the restaurant is closed, meal served in the room at no extra charge

Find all this detailed information on the BROCHURE page and on the BUSINESS page.

Amorino Shop

Ice cream & Tea Room

Published on 04.06.21

Discover the new Amorino brochure soon.

In the meantime, don't forget to come and share the flavors of Halloween!

Bicentenary of Napoleon's death

Events year 2021

On April 30, 1821, no one had any illusions about the Emperor's fate on Saint Helena. The Comte de Montholon, a trusted man and executor of Napoleon's will, wrote: “From today, Antommarchi will be watching in the dining room because it is no longer possible to have any illusions about the danger. All hope is lost, Dr. Arnott told us "

In this year of commemoration, the Château de Fontainebleau should soon be able to confirm the Napoleonic Reconstitutions to us on October 16 and 17, 2021. To be continued ...

Until then

  • Download the application Little Globe Trotter "Napoleon at Fontainebleau"
  • “Napoleon I at Fontainebleau” route: from May to December
  • “One destiny, eight works” route (podcasts): from May to December
  • Exhibition "A Palace for the Emperor. Napoleon at Fontainebleau ”: from September 15, 2021 to January 3, 2022
  • Residence of Thomas Hengelbrock and the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble and Choir: September 17-26


Paris Region Adventures

Download the app from Apple Store or Google Play

If you want to discover Paris Île-de-France and its hidden treasures in a fun way, download PARIS REGION AVENTURES and go on an adventure with your family.

30 adventures will allow you to explore the region, its cultural heritage, its tourist spots and their various secrets, while having fun.

The 30 adventures are subdivided into several missions that take 1 hour 30 minutes each. They can be performed autonomously and independently, in the order chosen by parents and children ...

Residence of Thomas Hengelbrock and the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble and Choir

March 18, 19, and 20, 2022

The Château de Fontainebleau is embarking on a three-year artistic residency with Thomas Hengelbrock and the Balthasar Neumann ensemble and choir, starting in 2021. This residency aims to see the arts regain their place. have always occupied the castle during its long history, in order to reconnect with its centuries-old tradition as a center of artistic creation, in a renewed and contemporary form.

More information to come

Exhibition "The art of celebration at the court of the Valois"

From April 8 to July 4, 2022

In spring 2022, Fontainebleau will revive the sumptuous celebrations given to the court of the Valois, from the reign of François I to that of Henri III. Around a hundred works, coming from the largest museums in Europe, will make it possible to understand the unfolding of these celebrations and to grasp their full splendor.

In the 16th century, the Château de Fontainebleau was an essential place of festivals. Masquerades in the Oval courtyard, nautical shows on the carp pond, jousting and tournaments in the Cour du Cheval Blanc, banquets and performances in the castle park have marked memories. By nature ephemeral, the party, once over, leaves behind only rare vestiges of paper, memories or enthusiastic testimonies of those who had the chance to attend.

This exhibition, presented in the Belle Cheminée room designed by Primatice, will bring together around a hundred works produced to prepare for or evoke these celebrations. Paintings, tapestries, parade weapons, costume designs and commemorative booklets will take you behind the scenes of the 16th century celebrations. This exhibition will also show the central place occupied by Catherine de Medici in the implementation of genuine diplomacy through entertainment. Leonardo da Vinci, Rosso Fiorentino, Primatice, Philibert Delorme, Antoine Caron, the greatest artists of the Renaissance set about designing sets, programs and costumes, from the most solemn to the most extravagant: it is the art of celebration.

The castle therefore requested the contribution of the largest institutions in Europe such as the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, the English royal collections and the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. Homage to Queen Catherine de Medici, a unique partnership with the city of Florence and its museums, the Uffizi Gallery and Palazzo Pitti, will make it possible to show for the first time at the castle three pieces of the famous “Valois Festival Hanging”, one of which is precisely the Fontainebleau theater. Finally, an exceptional set of drawings, from Leonardo da Vinci to Primatice, will revive the abundant inventiveness that presided over the development of the
costumes and masquerade sets. This exceptional ensemble, which will bring together for the first time works from museums all over Europe, will echo the decorations of the castle, a major artistic center of the Renaissance.

The exhibition will invite visitors to discover the Ballroom from a new perspective. The Oval Court, a privileged witness to the celebrations over the reigns, will be exceptionally open for the occasion.

Barbizon, Parks and Gardens Festival

spring 2022

On the edge of the Fontainebleau Forest, Barbizon, a village of character located in the French Gâtinais Regional Nature Park, renowned for its pre-impressionist painting school, will create in Spring 2022 the first edition of
“BARBIZON, Parks and Gardens Festival”.

It is in this exceptional setting chosen by Camille Corot (1796-1875), Charles François Daubigny (1817-1878), Jean-François Millet (1814-1875), Théodore Rousseau (1812-1867) who came to paint outdoors and “from nature”, that this annual meeting will be held, celebrating plants, nature and biodiversity.

The first edition of this festival accessible to as many people as possible (free access) will take place in several places in Barbizon, thus allowing a rediscovery, in a new light, of this essential tourist site of Ile de France.

Historical reenactment weekend (Renaissance)

April 9 and 10, 2022

More information to come

Historical reenactment weekend (Napoleon)

07 and 08 May 2022

More information to come

Centenary of American Art Schools

2022 Summer

Published on 16.06.2021

Since 1921, the American Art Schools of Fontainebleau EAAF have welcomed young musicians from all over the world to share French culture.

The famous "American Conservatory" and the School of Fine Arts, the Academy of Art Schools brings together prestigious musicians recognized for their talents both artistic and educational.

The Château de Fontainebleau and the American Art Schools, under the artistic direction of cellist Diana Ligeti, have made this summer academy a veritable festival dedicated to excellence, working towards creation and meeting all audiences.

In 2022, the American Art Schools of Fontainebleau celebrated their centenary. Expecting 2022 dates, note, there will be probably, as the last year, concerts by professors, public masterclasses, student auditions, lunchtime concerts and conferences.

Program available on musiqueauchateau.com

European Night of Museums

Saturday May 15, 2022

More information to come

ART HISTORY FESTIVAL (Portugal / Animals)

3,4,5 June 2022

The 11th edition of the Fontainebleau Art History Festival will take place on Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June 2022 with Portugal as the guest country. The unifying theme chosen this year is Animal. Researchers, curators, artists, professionals from the art world, publishers, students, coming from France, Portugal and elsewhere, will be there with the public to share their knowledge on the arts, retrace the history of images and objects and reveal their meanings, pass on their passion and their profession.

As every year since 2011, the Festival offers conferences, round tables, dialogues and debates, sessions on heritage news, film screenings in the Cinema Section, workshops, events and visits, the “My thesis in 180” competition seconds ”and the Book and Art Review Fair.

The program aims to be accessible and demanding at the same time, intended for the general public, offering presentations in various formats while promoting thematic routes. The Festival is also aimed at professionals in the history of art and crafts through professional meetings as well as secondary school teachers through the Spring University.

Festival Django Reinhardt

Annual festival Jazz, 2022 dates to come

Published on July 1 to 4, 2021

The Django Reinhardt Festival is an annual jazz festival which takes place the first weekend of July in the park of the Château de Fontainebleau, in front of our hotel establishment !!!

The festival owes its name to Django Reinhardt, famous jazz musician, who settled in Samois-sur-Seine in 1951, a small town in Seine-et-Marne where the event was created in 1983.

The pass is 94 euros for the 4 days until January 10, 2021. For more information click on the link.

Electro Saint Pierre Festival

Avon, End of June 2022

More information to come

Imperail Trial

September 11, 2021 - 2022

L'іmpérіаl trаіl еst is held in the heart of the fоrеstіеr mаssіf de Fоntаіnеblеаu, less than 1 hour from Paris.

Each year аu mіlіеu du mоіs dе sеptеmbrе, the equіpе оrgаnіsаtіоn your prоpоsе training courses аfіn аfіn аfіrе fаіrе Décоuvrаn cоuvrіn cоuvrіn cоuvrіm.

Rocks, roots, steep slopes, and single tracks, all the ingredients are there to make it a sporting and technical event!

Trail course:

1km (Infernal Km): for 6 - 15 years old
12km (L'Impératrice): the most accessible of the day, XXS
24km (Philippe Mahut Trophy): category XS
43km (Marath'Bleau): category S
63km (Imperial Trail): category M

The Stag Slab

Mid September to Mid October

Published on 22.06.2021

The slab of the stag in Seine-et-Marne, that special cry that resonates during the autumn nights and which turns out to be spectacular and thrilling at the same time.

Indeed, rutting deer attract the attention of their females, the hinds, to assert their dominance. They do not hesitate to challenge each other in a brutal duel to conquer their beloved. This unique phenomenon occurs from mid-September to mid-October.

A guided tour by the Tourist Office and accompanied by a specialist guide is organized, among other places, in the forest of Fontainebleau, according years.

Imperial Chocolate

November 2022

It is an imperial chocolate fair that has been held every year since 2016 at the Château de Fontainebleau.

On the program for these three days: chocolate making demonstrations, tastings and sales, exhibition of chocolate sculptures, and around fifteen conferences.

Children will enjoy confectionery workshops - by reservation - with the partner. Children and adults can bring their most beautiful cake on the themes of the year. To your stoves!


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