Golf Holidays in Paris
A major European city and France's capital, Paris is the global centre of fashion, art, cuisine, culture and is also host to several spectacular golf courses. Home to an array of world famous attractions, such as the momentous Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame, the Louvre and the broad Arc de Triomphe, Paris offers all of its visitors an opportunity to indulge in rich French history and culture whilst still having the opportunity to play some of the best golf courses in France on a well-deserved golf break.
Paris is renowned for its 19th century architectural splendour and café style intimacy. Golfers and non-golfers alike will never find themselves short of things to do or see in this captivating city. The city is made up of several quarters, a unique patchwork of villages, each with their own style and culture. Paris is a cultural delight, filled with boutique restaurants on every corner. Also home to an array of must-play golf courses and luxury hotels, Paris is an unbeatable destination for a unique blend of culture, golf and cuisine to create an unforgettable golf escape in France.
Golf hotels in Paris
There are a wide range of fantastic golf hotels in Paris. Pick your favourite accommodation from the options below, or click on View More to see our full range of golf resorts in Paris.
Golf courses in Paris
Look through our range of the best golf courses in Paris below that will be sure to satisfy even the most demanding of golfers. If you have any specific questions about the golf courses you can visit please do get in touch.
Golf in Paris
Excellent golf courses, Array of restaurants, Traditonal architecture, Eiffel Tower, Abundance of Museums, Filled with history and culture
The beautiful Dolce Chantilly Hotel lies just a 45-minute drive away from Paris in the heart of the Chantilly Forest, offering an unbeatably idyllic stay for golfers in France. Conveniently for golfers wanting to play some of the best golf courses in France, the Dolce Chantilly Hotel neighbours the Garden Golf de Chantilly golf course. Here golfers can enjoy a demanding yet invigorating round of golf on a stunning links golf course.
Other examples of must-play golf courses in the Paris region include the Golf de Chantilly Le Vineuil golf course and the Golf de Chantilly les Longeres golf course. On the Golf de Chantilly Le Vineuil golf course, players must overcome several strategically places bunkers and other challenges, therefore it is typically recommended only players with a lower handicap attempt this unforgettable golf course.
The Albratros at the Le Golf National is widely recognised to be one of the best championship golf courses in Europe. This golf course has received top reviews from pros and amateurs alike, and on your next golf break to Paris you can certainly see what all the fuss is about on this prestigious golf course. The Aigle is a fantastic golf course, and by no means appears as inferior to its sister course, the Albatros. It provides a challenging round of golf, yet it is generally considered to be tamer and more leisurely than the Albatros course.