Chateau Saint Georges is an elegant wedding venue located in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France. Situated in the charming hillside town of Grasse, this extraordinary 19th-century château boasts endless views of the mountains and the valley below, as well as the bay of Cannes and Grasse. This enchanting setting offers a serene feel, luxurious finishes, and modern amenities for a breathtaking backdrop for your special day.
Facilities and Capacity
Chateau Saint Georges offers both indoor and outdoor venue options for an unforgettable ceremony and reception, as well as completely private and exclusive use of the property. The spacious green area in front of the castle features a Temple of Love and can accommodate your wedding ceremony, cocktail hour, or dinner under a tent. Their grand Salon Napoleon consists of two rooms with large French windows and access to the beautiful panoramic terrace, complete with spectacular views of the Grasse Valley up to Cannes. Salon Bleu is an adjoining room that features delicate colors and decoration, ideal for intimate receptions, a dance floor, or an extra dining room. The spectacular indoor swimming pool boasts Roman-inspired mosaic in marble and is a unique space for dancing or a small reception.
Chateau Saint Georges offers many services to bring your vision to life for your wedding day. The venue is available to host ceremonies, receptions, bridal showers, engagement parties, elopements, and rehearsal dinners. The wedding services they provide for your big day include:
Chateau Saint Georges offers the convenience of in house catering for your special day. The wedding catering services they provide include:
Chateau Saint Georges offers comfortable overnight accommodations, with 5 bedrooms for up to 14 guests. Their spacious rooms are flooded with natural light and are elegantly decorated. Guests can enjoy breakfast in Conservatory, as well as the indoor pool and the spa that is complete with a sauna, steam room, and jacuzzi.
Chateau Saint Georges was built in the second half of the 19th century by the famous Grasse perfumer, Leon Chiris, and was named after his son George. Leon Chiris was the fourth generation of the Chiris family, who created one of the most important and innovative perfumery in Grasse.
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