Quality Hotel Acanthe - Boulogne Billancourt
9, rond-point Rhin and Danube
Phone: (33) 1 46991040
Fax: (33) 1 46990005
The Maison Marie Walewska offers three floors of space which may be rented for conferences, symposiums, workshops, holiday events, parties, concerts, performances, receptions, recitals, celebrations, or parties. The rooms - largest on the ground floor and smaller above - can accommodate between 15 and 120 people.
Classified as a historical monument and a Bâtiment de France, the Notre-Dame of Boulogne-Billancourt was constructed between 1319 and 1450. It is a place of pilgrimage close to the capital, and was originally a project of Philippe V. Inside, the restored 19th-century decor is a rare example of its style. Much of the iconography and symbolism represents the ocean - waves, fish, dolphins, and rivers - in honor of the Virgin Mary as the protector of sailors and navigators.
This space for parties, symposiums, conferences, and concerts can be entirely reconfigured to fit any event. Daytime or evening events may be catered, and evenings might take a romantic, business, dancing, or sports theme. It is 630 square meters (6781 square feet) and can be rented for professional or private events. Call for details.
This 16th-arrondissement sports and recreation club offers a variety of facilities for a range of athletic activities. It was constructed in 1925 and now features courts and fields for rugby, tennis, field hockey and basketball.
A great place to be overwhelmed with the spirit of the game, the Pierre de Coubertin Stadium hosts large matches and grand fans of sports competitions. It was constructed for the International Exposition of 1937, reconstructed after World War II, and completely renovated in 1990. Its capacity is 4836 seats and it hosts a huge variety of sports, including boxing, handball, martial arts, basketball, fencing, gymnastics, and dance. In addition to the main venue, the Stadium contains a reception hall, a cafeteria, a press hall, and a doctor's office.
This is the ideal car rental service if you're looking for an agency with an established reputation for quality and good service. Hertz additionally offers 24-hour assistance in case your vehicle breaks down, and also has vehicles with special provisions for the physically challenged.
The Service Culturel de l'Ambassade de Chine is the cultural service of the Embassy of China. They are responsible for organizing and conducting cultural programs, as well as promoting cultural exchange between France and China. Several events including art and cultural activities, film screenings, exhibitions and dance performances are organized.
The Relais du Bois de Boulogne sprawls over 7400 square meters (79,653 square feet) of rooms, gardens, and terraces which have just the right facilities for events including up to 600 people, or simply a lovely lunch with the family. The long history of parties at this site stretch back to the days of Napoléon III. Marriage receptions, baptisms, conferences, workshops, holiday parties, birthdays, and any other event imaginable are made welcome and hosted in style. A fine culinary team guarantees that guests won't go hungry and the entire staff is dedicated to the success of your event.
An exceptional space for sports and other events, the Palais des Sports Robert Charpentier contains eight possible venues, including two gyms which can be converted to host most sports, four reception rooms, a mezzanine, and a V.I.P. room. Opened in 2005, it boasts modern and varied equipment and a total of 8317 square meters (89,523 square feet) of space.
The Palais des Arts et des Congrès d'Issy-les-Moulineaux, known as PACI, contains numerous rooms for film showings and theater, musical, and comedy performances along with all the necessary technological equipment. A busy program guarantees entertainment for the community throughout the year.
This impressive event hall is a sought after location for a wide range of conferences, galas, cocktail parties, and more. It offers 1800 square meters (19,375 square feet) and a bevy of technological accommodations, such as 1000 spotlights and giant projector screens. The decor is strikingly modern, adding a touch of elegance to any occasion.
Built by Charles-Henri Bernard in 1933, this Catholic Church in Paris' 15th arrondissement hosts choirs as well as romantic music by composers such as Mendelssohn and Dvorak.