Auberge du Cheval Blanc Jossigny

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Auberge du Cheval Blanc Jossigny

The Auberge du Cheval Blanc is a former Coaching Inn from the 18th century. This has always been a place for business professionals and great travelers to meet and rest, dine, and exchange ideas and secrets on their way to Paris or after their departure from the capital. A countryside stop just a few kilometers from one of the largest business centers in Europe.

In renovating the 26 rooms of the Auberge du Cheval Blanc, we made the resolute choice of a contemporary style while maintaining touches of the charm and romantic atmosphere that one would expect within the walls of an 18th century country inn.


A little history

In the second copy of the testament of Saint Rémi, included in Flodoard’s history, it is told that Clovis gave Saint Geneviève the land of Grusiniacum. As this name could apply to no other place in the area, it was thought to be an error on the part of the scribe, and that it should have read Jausiniacum, and the reference in the deed is in fact to Jossigny.

If this is true, the origin of Jossigny would then go back to the time of the reign of Clovis the 1st.

You’ll learn more about our village on the site of the Mayor’s office of Jossigny.


A village preserved by history in the heart of the Seine et Marne countryside, just minutes from the important attractions of the region.

Located in the heart of the Seine et Marne countryside, this charming property is nevertheless close to everything because of its location within the Marne la Vallee municipal area.

The Val d’Europe commercial center, with La Vallée Village Outlet, Sealife Aquarium and dozens of Restaurants and Boutiques is only 2 km away.

Disneyland Paris is 4 km away, Chateau Guermantes is 5 km away, a golf course and horseback riding center are less than 6 km away.

Jossigny is also the ideal base to go off on a visit of Paris and its treasures while avoiding confusing highways and traffic jams. The RER A line is only a 5 minute drive, so central Paris is barely 35 minutes away, and you won’t need to worry about parking!