A Sensory Experience at the Trianon Palace Versailles

Waldorf Astoria’s Trianon Palace Versailles, which overlooks the gardens of the Château de Versailles in France, has developed a creative and luxurious way for guests to unwind. With the new Five Senses package (from about $1,300 per couple, per night), the Trianon has produced an assortment of relaxation-inducing features, from specially designed music, herbal teas, and fragrances to special meals, cocktails, and a couple’s massage at its spa. Additionally, guests can use the hotel’s new technological bracelet that uses vibrations designed to promote more restorative sleep. With the promise of good food, wine, sleep, and ambience, it’s a perfect weekend getaway. (+33.1.30.84.51.20, www.trianonpalace.com)

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