PAVILLON DES LUMIERES

No,92 Jiannan Road North Chengdu City

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In Chengdu, the gastronomic capital at the heart of the Sichuan region, this magnificent chateau of 80,000 m² built was inspired by the architectural style of an 18th-century French chateau. With its sumptuous reception areas, large and tastefully decorated rooms, and French-style garden, it is the setting for a truly outstanding experience.

Nombre de personnes
20-2000
Surface
6000 m²
Nombre de salons
17 salons

The Lake Reception Room

Located on the ground floor in an other building, this magnificent 1,700 m² reception room can host over 1,000 dinner guests and impresses with its vast floor space and 17-m glass ceiling. Its architecture and decoration, inspired by the Louvre, offer guests a unique experience. An adjoining Chinese-style pagoda is available for religious ceremonies in keeping with local customs and traditions.

CAPACITY :

-1000 seats

-72 tables

FEATURES AND EQUIPMENTS :

-Balcony

-LED

-Screen

-Sound system

SURFACE AREA :

-Total area of 1700 m²

-Interior height of 17 m

Plan in PDF format

The Emperor’s Room and Versailles Theatre

These magnificent reception rooms are situated on the first floor of the chateau, and each features a mezzanine. Both can host 400 seated guests for outstanding receptions. At 950 m², the Emperor’s Room plunges you into an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere inspired by the Trianon at Versailles. The Versailles Theatre boasts a surface area of 900 m². Influenced by the Napoleonic Era, its imperial style features many examples of moulding and gilding for a rich and elegant design.

CAPACITY :

-420 seats per Room

-40 tables per Room

FEATURES AND EQUIPMENTS :

-Balcony and private reception room on the second floor for the The Versailles Theatre

-LED

SURFACE AREA :

-Total area of  875 m² for the Versailles Theatre and

880 m² for the Emperor’s Room

-Interior height 8m

Plan in PDF format

The King’s Room and the Queen’s Room

These luxurious second-floor rooms measure 550 m² and 584 m², respectively, and can host events for 300 seated guests. The Queen’s Room evokes elegance and splendour with lines and decor resembling the Palais Royal. The King’s Room, with its large chandeliers, columns, and marble floor, is inspired by the Palace of Versailles.

CAPACITY :

-460 seats per Room

-28 tables for the King’s Room and 30 tables for the Queen’s Room

FEATURES AND EQUIPMENTS :

-Cutting edge platform

-T-shaped platform

SURFACE AREA :

-Total area of 580m² for the King’s Room and 584 for the Queen’s Room

-Interior height of 4m

Plan in PDF format

Small second floor reception rooms

The second floor features ten smaller reception rooms situated on either side of an impressive corridor. Each with its own decor, the rooms vary in size from 65 m² for the smallest to 110 m² for the biggest and are available for receptions of 10 to 200 guests, either hired individually or as a whole.

The Chambord Room and Amboise Room

These two Renaissance-style rooms situated on the fourth floor can each host 300 seated guests. They have a surface area of 485 m² and 495 m², respectively. The Chambord Room is inspired and named after the famous chateau decorated by Leonardo de Vinci. The Amboise Room immerses us in the design of the chateau of Ancy le Franc in Burgundy. These two rooms can be hired together or individually; they are separated by the majestic Cheverny hall, which can be used in conjunction with either of the rooms.

CAPACITY :

-460 seats per Room

-28 tables per Room

FEATURES AND EQUIPMENTS :

-Fourth floor

-T-shaped platform for Amboise Reception Room

SURFACE AREA :

-Total area of 495 m² for Chambord and 485 m² for Amboise

-Interior height of 6m

Plan in PDF format