Chateau Elan Winery And Resort in Braselton, Georgia
Immerse yourself in the gorgeous Georgia countryside, where rolling foothills flow into fragrant vineyards, and open your eyes to the beauty and luxury of Château Élan Winery & Resort. Just outside of Atlanta, where complete luxury meets warm Southern hospitality, sink into complete relaxation and escape from the world at this stunning hotel, a part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. Spacious rooms are bright and inviting, crafted from soothing tones and dark wood accents, with sunlight streaming through large picture windows. Gaze out over rolling vineyards as you sip coffee in the morning or your favorite wine in the evening, relax in elegant bathrooms with oversize tubs, and sleep in deeply plush king sized beds each night. With amazing service and all the wonderful country to explore just outside your door, enjoy each beautiful day and romantic night to the fullest at Château Élan.
On your first bright and sunny morning, sit down to a fabulous breakfast at and dine on a wonderful buffet under a breathtaking 45-foot glass atrium. After breakfast, head out for a round of golf on one of the Château's four golf courses, including two 18-hole courses, one 9-hole course, and the private Legends course. Spend the afternoon hiking or biking along lush forest trails throughout the 3,500 acre estate, then pamper yourself with a visit to The Spa at Château Élan and melt your stresses away with a deep massage and beauty treatment. In the evening enjoy a friendly tennis match on one of the many courts, or stroll over to the Château Élan Winery for a wonderful tour and wine tasting before dinner. With the stars shining brilliantly later that night, relax at Cafe Élan and dine on French classics with a Mediterranean twist, and pair your meal with the perfect local wine. That night, drift off to sleep in the plush comforts of Château Élan Winery & Resort and imagine your next amazing day in the gorgeous Georgia foothills.
Location of Chateau Elan Winery And Resort
Nearest Airport: ATL
Amenities for Chateau Elan Winery And Resort
- General Information
- Non-Smoking Property
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Handicap Accessible Facilities
- Pool Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Wellness Center
- Golf Course
- Golf Academy
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Refrigerators
- Cooking Classes
- Wine Tasting
- Wine Tours
- Business Center
- Conference Facilities
- Amusement Parks
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Chateau Elan Winery And Resort
I had my first visit to Chateau Elan for the Wine tour and taste. Very pleasant trip!!! Had a really good time!! Our tour guide Megan was FANTASTIC!!!! She took her time with us and after she showed us around she even threw out some questions for us to check our knowledge which was GREAT!!! She was very pleasant!! We had a large group and she made us all feel welcome which allowed us to really enjoy the tour and taste!!! THANK YOU MEGAN!!!! Also with our large group we had another very pleasant assistant guide Erin! These ladies took very good care of us!! Great time!!!
We had the most amazing time on our group tour. I had been to Chateau Elan once before and didn't have nearly as much fun. Our tour guide, Megan Burks was the highlight of the trip. Knowledge and friendly I'll defintely be back.
mdotobie - Atlanta, Georgia
I visited the spa with my mom & BFF. We had an amazing experience. The customer service was superb - from the check in to our server during lunch to our technicians. We each LOVED our treatments (back, neck & shoulder massage and foot massage) and each thought that our technician was the best. So, that lets you know they employ fabulous people because we had 3 great technicians randomly! The changing room and facilities were immaculate and comfortable. We also had lunch at the spa, and the service and food were both excellent. We didn't want to leave and I promise I'll be back for another visit to the spa. Next - we visited the winery. And boy did we luck out with our server and wine expert - Erin O'Flaherty was just fantastic. Knowledgeable and super friendly. She honestly made our experience! Well -the wine was superb too, but Erin's customer service was so great. I actually couldn't stay away, and brought my husband for his first visit to Chateau Elan 2 days later. We definitely sought out Erin and were lucky to have her again. Bravo Chateau Elan!
OnlyNYCTravelDiva - New York City
We are stayed here several times and it keeps getting better. It's not difficult to put together a attractive room and provide basic hotel service. The harder part is to get the details right and Chateau Elan does!. Their standard of cleanliness is outstanding(my husband is very picky) and the products they use leave the room smelling fresh. The staff does a wonderful job, is very responsive to special requests and pays attention to the guests. We had the Easter buffet and it was outstanding and in both presentation and selection. Loved the dessert room!!! Thanks again for setting the bar high and welcoming us back with open arms
Letsgotothebeach1 - Gainesville, Georgia
I really did want to love this place, but the quality versus cost does not meet expectations. The property itself is very beautiful and the hotel and winery are set up really well and also beautiful. However, the costs of things are WAY higher than they should be. Example one: the wine tasting is $20 per person for 6 tastings. I knew this in advance, but reviews I read said the tastings were generous. They are not. They use the shot stoppers on the wine bottles, so each tasting is literally measured to like 2 oz or something. I've been to SO many other wineries and never have I seen this or paid $20 for six measly tastings. Example two: The rooms. They are nicely appointed and recently renovated, however, they are not worth $300 a night by far. Maybe $200 a night. However, my biggest complaint: the hot water in the shower...what hot water? Its BARELY lukewarm. I thought something was wrong with the hot water heater until my husband pointed out that the shower fixture is the same one we have at home....and you couldn't move the lever past halfway like we do at home for the hot water. They must have put a stopper partway to the hot side which prevents you from making the water hotter....so they are cheap and do not offer hotter water than lukewarm? I didn't bother complaining as we didn't have time in the morning to switch rooms to see if it was any hotter. But when I pay $300 a night for a room, I expect a nice hot shower. Example 3: The food. All the food we had was over priced. The cheese plate we ordered at the lounge for $16 was listed as a selection of cheeses, honeycomb honey and crostini. What we got was tiny amounts of three types of cheese, a smear of honeycomb and those cheap water crackers....never again. How does costini = water crackers? The breakfast was even worst. At $20 per person, I was expecting a true brunch. What I got was the same powerded eggs, Light and fit yogurt and cheap biscuits with gravy that is served at the local Holiday inn for free. The made to order omelets were the only saving grace. So I am really sad that Chateau Elan didn't meet my expectations. We are not high end people and this was a splurge for us, so I was shocked at what we got for $300 a night. I'm not sure we will ever return, even though the customer service is fantastic, our servers were great and check in and check out was a breeze. Parking is free, which is nice and the wine is really really great in flavor and variety. We loved the Irish pub onsite and the grounds were nice for a stroll in the morning and the pool area is beautiful for when its warmer. The whole place is set up for quick weekend getaways and overnights, which is what we were doing. I was hoping we could go back, but we only will if they start providing much discounted rooms and packages. Its just not worth the money otherwise.
atlmichelle4571 - Atlanta, Georgia