Inspired by the classical style of antiquity, this former café-concert, built in 1841 by Hittorff (the architect of the Gare du Nord and the Cirque d'Hiver) was later taken over by caterers Potel et Chabot, and has now been modernized and extended, with a capacity to host 2,000 people for a reception. Three main elements are central to this transformation: the transparency of glass recalling hothouses, plants echoing the leafy setting, and an emphasis on historical heritage.
The Pavillon Gabriel has regained the bright colours of its pediment and boasts colonnades and a majestic glass roof. During the day, it is a true haven of peace bathed in natural light through large windows overlooking a huge terrace. In the evening, the lighting and decor guarantee an exceptional reception.
With 1,800 m² of modular space, this mecca for events in Paris is suitable for all types of events. The different rooms can accommodate up to 900 people for a cocktail reception or 600 for a seated reception and are equipped with the latest technology. The legendary Studio Potel et Chabot is ideal for the recording of TV shows.