Unbelievably dreamy, with walls painted the creamy pink of the Scepter’d Isle roses found throughout the Chateau’s garden, this suite is both elegant and chic. A pair of arched casement windows allow sweeping views of the Chateau’s Cour d’Honneur, hints of the village of Le Grand-Lucé, and the French pastoral countryside beyond. Magnificent vermilion and gold damask paired with Jean Paul Gaultier’s Botanique fabric replicates the bold florals of the Chateau’s garden. Two gold gilt queen-sized beds face the pièces de résistance –– three eighteenth-century oil painting panels painted in the style of Jean Baptiste Pillement, rescued from a diplomat’s refurbished Parisian apartment. With a custom cerise-toned Moissonnier desk, the separate petite salon is striking. The bathroom has a marble-clad shower, an exquisite clawfoot tub, and loads of Maison Caulières bath and beauty products. This suite can be reserved with the adjoining large king suite creating a splendid 1200 square foot pied-à-terre.