Upper Floor Deluxe Twin Room


Upper Floor Deluxe Twin Room

The brilliance of conviction crafted by an elegant gentleman.

Charles Heidsieck, an adventurous gentleman and entrepreneur, founded his own eponymous Champagne Maison in 1851 at the age of just 29 to realize his ideal Champagne Masion.
It is one of the few prestige brands to hold the title of Les Grands Marques (The Great Brand) and was one of the first producers to bring Champagne to the United States.

Room Specifications

  • Capacity: 1 to 4 persons
  • Size: 51 square meters
  • Infinity Bath
  • Semi-double beds (2 beds) side by side
    *Extra beds are available for more than 3 persons
  • Projector available (up to 120 inches, 4K)
  • Wine cellar and minibar


  • Blanc des Millénaires 2007

*Only if you book a plan that includes Champagne from the official website, we will provide one bottle per stay.
*Please note that the cuvée and vintage are subject to change without notice. Please understand in advance.

Learn More


At Charles Heidsieck, time spent aging is considered as the “fourth variety”. It is in this area, where a superior quality cuvée is transformed by aging into a great taste, that Charles Heidsieck’s founder, Charles Camille Heidsieck, focused most of his efforts. The estate was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015 in recognition of its historical and cultural value.


The 2000-year-old Crayères cellar is located 30 meters underground and is kept at a year-round temperature of 10°C (50°F) and humidity of 90%.


One of the characteristics of the company is that it contracts with the best producers in the Champagne region to source convincing wines from a wide range of sources. This is done by assembling a large number of Crus to produce an artistic and consistent Champagne that is marketed year after year.


In 1858, the jazz song “Champagne Charlie” by George Raybourn was published and became popular. In 1989, Hugh Grant, then 29 years old (the same age Charles-Camille Heidsieck was when he founded the company), played him in the movie “Champagne Charlie” directed by Alan Eastman, his presence has not diminished over the course of history.


The cuvée we are offering in plans that include Champagne is the “Blanc des Millenaires 2007”. Blanc des Millenaire, Charles Heidsieck’s finest Champagne, was first released in 1983 and has been produced in only seven vintages (1985, 1990, 1995, 2004, 2006, and now 2007), making it an extremely rare product even for Champagne lovers. The name “Millenaire,” which means “thousand years” in French, comes from the fact that the wine is aged for a long time in “crayères,” limestone cellars built 2,000 years ago. Let us dive into his life, which was also the subject of a movie.