+33 (0)5 65 60 16 59 Creissels

A charming hotel

Just a short distance from Millau and its viaduct

In a purely natural setting offering a superb view of the Millau Viaduct, the foothills of the Larzac plateau and the Tarn Valley, enjoy the welcome you deserve this in wooded park and authentic 12th century medieval castle, just a short distance from Millau at the heart of the Aveyron department. 

This hotel and restaurant are your invitation to a world of relaxation, wellness and gourmet delights in exceptional surroundings. It has an outdoor pool with the Causses limestone plateaus on the horizon, a gym, a lounge/library and a billiards room. The Château de Creissels - making your visit even more enjoyable!

Peace and quiet

Charm and intimacy in a beautiful building

Our comfortable rooms and junior suites, some with a contemporary atmosphere and others with a more traditional ambiance,  are beautifully decorated and well equipped, and look onto the garden or the Millau Viaduct.
Some of our 22 rooms and 4 junior suites have a balcony or a private terrace... the ideal way to enjoy the Aveyron way of life.


Welcome to a table of gourmet delights

Chateau de Creissels’s creative cuisine

The restaurant is serving you in the warm atmosphere of the vaulted dining hall or on the terrace along the rampart path in warmer weather.

Relaxation on the horizon

Relax in the hotel’s pool

Come and enjoy a unique experience in a château near Millau and the Gorges du Tarn. Everything you could ever want to make your holiday or business trip a peaceful experience is here, from the brilliant location at the heart of the Aveyron to the elegant spaces perfect for work and pleasure. Come and enjoy our swimming pool open from 1 May to 30 September.

Hotel Millau : a place full of history

In the heart of the History of Creissels

Converted into a hotel in 1960, enlarged in 1972, the Château de Creissels has a rich history. It is the oldest hotel in Millau and could tell many stories if its walls could tell what they have seen. The castle goes back to a high antiquity, an act of 801 making mention of it. But it was Henri II who built the castle in the 12th century in order to live in it. Then, great families of France succeeded one another among the owners. The 1st Viscount of Creissels, Raimond de Roquefeuil is none other than an ancestor of the rich Rockefeller. The Château was owned by the French Crown from 1589 (the accession of Henri IV, known as "The Great") until 1628, when King Louis XIII, known as "The Just", donated it to private individuals. 

Since then, this residence has often been passed on by women. Over the centuries, the building has undergone many transformations. However, the living room, the library, the reception, the restaurant rooms (former guard rooms) and the parapet walk constitute the oldest parts of the castle dating from the 12th century. The square tower was built in the 19th century, after the fire of 1814, which destroyed two thirds of the building. The ramparts were built on the terrace to hide the ruins of the part affected by the fire. Throughout these years, the Château welcomed many personalities, including two bishops who, in the 19th century, had their family home there, and whose eponymous room has been preserved with its period furniture. More recently, the great lyric artist Emma Calvé stayed there and left many memories. A more precise history is available on request at the reception. So don't hesitate to stay at the Château de Creissels, the Millau hotel with the most history.

Services and facilities

Château de Creissels - 4* hotel and gourmet restaurant

Meeting room
Private car park
Non-smoking rooms
Free wifi
Pets welcome
Disabled access
Fichier 1944
Multilingual staff