Moet et Chandon Creates Invitation Only Hotel

So often it seems in life that the one party you wish to be at is inevitably the one which you are not invited to, a fact many look poised to share as Möet et Chandon open the doors to their Chateau de Saran; invite only of course.

As part of the celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of their Imperial champagne, Möet et Chandon have opened the doors to their recently restored 18th century Chateau de Saran, which offers an unmatched hotel experience for those lucky enough to be invited to stay.

A great deal of time and money has been spent on renovating this spiritual home of one of the world's most prestigious names, where upon the likes of royalty to cinema stars have all been hosted during its illustrious history.

Having transformed from its origin as a hunting lodge, the chateau become home to the Möet family up until the family name was lost and the property subsequently passed out of ownership. Having reacquired its spiritual home, Möet closed the chateau for a five-year restoration, sought to be finished for the 150th anniversary of Imperial, Moët's flagship cuvée, named to honour the 100th anniversary of Napoleon's birth.

A lavish dining room has been created for the guests to be hosted at while enjoying the culinary mastery of Marco Fadigo, after which those wishing for more can move onwards to a cosy private club for after-dinner drinks.