Radisson Blu Hotel Paris, Marne-la-Vallée: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and an indoor pool. Located near the boardwalk.
Hotel Relais De Margaux Golf & Spa: Family hotel with free WiFi and free valet parking. Located near the boardwalk.
Domaine de la Foret d'Orient - Natur'Hotel Golf & Spa: Family hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located in a regional park.
Best Western Golf Hotel Lacanau: Family hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located near the boardwalk.
ResidHotel Golf Grand Avignon: Business-friendly residence with free WiFi and free parking. Located next to a golf course.
Garrigae Manoir de Beauvoir: Family hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Guests love the comfy beds!
Mercure Chantilly Resort & Conventions: Romantic hotel with free Internet and free parking. Located near theme parks.
Hotel Golf Chateau de Chailly: Family hotel with free WiFi and free valet parking. Guests give the pool a thumbs up.
What if you could play on a world-class course during your next holiday? Picture flush fairways, perfectly pitched putting greens, and getting fitted for a green jacket. Now stop dreaming—and take a look at these France golf resorts.
France golf resorts that are a hole in one
We know, we know. A little heavy with the puns there, but we are excited to help you sink the putt-fect holiday! Too much?
If you are looking for the best game in town, look no further. We’ve pulled together heaps of hotels that can give you the golf getaway of your dreams. You can:
Why with so many options, we can only hazard a guess your holiday will be aces!
Your golf getaway is just a drive, pitch and a put away
Imagine waking up from your comfy bed, grabbing your trusty driver, and launching a shot down the fairway. We have golf resorts in France that are a chip shot away from the course and others that are just a short drive. And when you’re done emulating Adam Scott, grab a drink from the 19th hole and trade stories about your best round. Maybe, when no one’s looking, change the score. It’s just a friendly game, right?