28 Paris Event Venues Perfect For Your Next Event
Paris, the city of light and love is home to 2.5 million people, world-class food, and incomparable history. Home to historical monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and Louvre, Paris is divided into 20 districts or “arrondissements.”
Naturally, among these views are many historical and breathtaking venues perfect for hosting your next event. Here are 28 event venues in Paris that we think attendees will love. They’re listed in alphabetical order.
The Top Paris Event Venues
Chesnaie du Roy features over 10,000 square feet of space for meetings, conferences and other business or private events in a green setting. It overlooks the Parc Floral and was established in 1969 at the Parc Floral de Paris’ third International Flower Show.
Located in Europe’s biggest business district, Espace Grande Arche is the perfect venue for trade shows, entertainment, and medium sized events in its exhibition style space. Accessible by glass elevators, this Parisian event staple offers stunning views of Paris and its suburbs.
The Espace Pierre Cardin can host up to 673 attendees in its sit-in amphitheater and a collection of other rooms. It offers a private garden overlooking the beautiful Champs-Élysées in this prestigious location.
With more than 1,800 square meters of corporate meeting facilities, some rooms offering daylight and a grand ballroom accessible by a majestic staircase, the hotel can accommodate up to 650 guests altogether. Also named one of France’s Leading Business Hotel, it offers a choice of private dining options.
Hyatt Paris Madeleine is one of the finest 5 star boutique hotels Paris has to offer. Ideally situated in the area of La Madeleine, it hosts events from press junkets to conferences in elegant rooms named Imari, Nin Sou, Si kyang, and Manhattan. There is a 7th floor & Presidential suite with views on Paris rooftops, Eiffel Tower & Sacré Coeur.
This venue offers an unrivaled 24,000+ square feet of event space accommodating up to 2000 people. The Salon Opera, a historical listed monument and the most renowned ballroom in Paris, can host up to 600 people alone. Exclusive to InterContinental Meetings, their Insider Collection provides a range of delegate experiences.
La Cartonnerie has a special, old and romantic charm. An old handicraft workshop with strong vintage character, reconverted into a space for events, creative projects, and contemporary exhibitions, it is a platform for artistic engagements and a unique place for creative productions.
9. Le 6, Mandel
Located in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, this space has housed Pearl White (first actress of French Silent Cinema) and Jacques Homberg (patron of Christian Dior). Le 6 combines nature and luxury in its exterior and interior space. Situated opposite the Eiffel tower, Le 6 is in a confidential location and provides even more privacy in its 3 levels of salons.
The Carreau du Temple, a former clothes market renovated in 2014, provides 70,000 square feet of space available to numerous events. Identified by its glass and metal structure, the Carreau du Temple is an iconic industrial building (built under the reign of Napoleon III) in the Haut-Marais district.
Located in the heart of Issy les Moulineaux, directly south of Paris and designed in the Art Deco style of the 1930s, you will be captivated by the stained glass windows and the all wood auditorium. Over 30,000 square feet of space, 1 auditorium, 2 multi-purpose areas, 11 meeting rooms on 7 levels and a prestigious hall.
Not far away from the historic Château de Versailles, Le Palais des Congrès offers classic architecture and its flexible and customizable spaces for your conferences and conventions. It holds 1 auditorium, 10 meeting rooms, 1 multi-purpose space, 1 welcome area, and 1 bar/lounge.
A leading venue for international congresses, Le Palais des Congrès de Paris is located in the 17th Arrondissement. This venue offers bold and innovative design and as a result, it hosts a number of conferences, large international congresses, corporate events, shows and some of the world’s most renowned artists in its 300,000+ square footage of space.
The Maison de la Mutualité has become a flagship event venue of Paris. Newly renovated in 2012, the centerpiece of the building includes a 1,728 seat theater and a lounge area, “Espace Maubert”. During its 80 years of existence, the theater has hosted many historic events: Charlie Chaplin recorded the music for some of his films here, and Edith Piaf and the French singer Léo Ferré have performed here.
A 4-star hotel in Paris, the Movenpick Hotel is great for its proximity to La Défense and the Palais des Congrès Porte Maillot, as well as the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysées and city center. It has 20 multi-functional meeting and conference facilities, as well as access to the garden and terrace.
The Novotel Convention & Wellness Roissy CDG offers nearly 13,000 sq. ft. of meeting areas, split into 17 rooms, all benefiting from natural light, soundproofing and air conditioning. The plenary room features a video projector and wall-mounted screen.
Stay in the heart of the capital at the Novotel Paris Centre Tour Eiffel hotel, with easy access to monuments, museums, shops and meeting venues. The Hotel Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel provides 33,300 square feet of modular space, including a conference hall which can accommodate 600 people.
This leading, international Event and Conference center provides over 30,000 square feet. Originally the 19th century stock exchange, this venue was transformed from a symbol of the financial world into a reference center for social service and solidarity, innovation and company creation, thus supporting the economic developments of the 21st century.
This events venue is presently undergoing a huge remodeling (the Tour Triangle seen in the image included) both to keep Paris the top destination for international business travel and be the model of sustainable development. Europe’s largest exhibition venue, it was built in 1923 to host the Foire de Paris and is well-known for its trade shows.
One of the largest and most modern hotel and conference centers in Paris, it holds an event space of 51,667 square feet, including a newly renovated conference center. Key features include its environmental policies and eco-friendly approach of business, mobile check-in, and access to major airports.
The 5-star Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme features its exclusive Rue de la Paix setting. It can host a range of events, from business lunches and boardroom meetings to events and ballroom receptions, and provides flawless service and a contemporary ambiance.
The Pavillon Dauphine was built at the beginning of the last century, and it is located near the Avenue des Champs-Elysées. Surrounded by gardens, it can hold from 25 to 2100 people in its fully refurbished Salons. Art Deco inspired, Le Pavillon Dauphine can adapt high-end gastronomy into all corporate or private events.
This particular hotel has 21 meeting rooms that will meet all of your event needs, including overhead projectors and WiFi. The hotel provides easy and fast access to the capital’s key sites for both business and leisure guests.
With an impressive view of Paris, this hotel holds 45 modular rooms for events for up to 1,800 people (22,000 square feet of exhibition space) including 6 plenary rooms with 16 foot-high ceilings.
Located in the heart of downtown Paris, this Marriott hotel offers over 1,600 square feet of meeting space. It features abundant natural light and views over downtown Paris, and catering, with options ranging from coffee breaks to multi-course meals.
This is a boutique hotel with convenient access to notable attractions, including the Eiffel Tower and the 16th Arrondissement. You can find a spot for your conference within the 3,337 square feet of flexible space, and you can choose from five different rooms to fit your event.
Accepted into the prestigious Palace Hotels Group, the 5 star Park Hyatt hotel in Paris is one of the most visually stunning luxury hotels Paris has to offer. It is the premier destination for important occasions, from business lunches and boardroom meetings to events and ballroom receptions.
Last but not least, located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the Gustave Eiffel reception hall was renovated in 2013. It features a transparent facade, a floor to ceiling height of over 22 feet, contemporary decor, and food and beverage services. One can only imagine the amazing views over the city that you get from this venue.
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