Bed & Coworking - September
Situated on a 6,000 m² campus owned by the Deskopolitan brand, in the heart of the 11th arrondissement, Bed & Coworking is a designer boutique hotel with 14 rooms occupying a former distillery. This living space has been entirely designed for business travellers, with a co-working area included in the price and a range of new services such as a sports complex and a barber’s shop. Various spaces including a 50-seat auditorium, 9 meeting rooms and a flexible 333 m² modular room are available for private hire.
Hôtel Sinner – September
Step through the door of the new Hotel Sinner and plunge into a world where glamour, refinement and audacity have been combined to perfection! This most unusual establishment with its unique personality breaks with luxury codes to create a mysterious atmosphere with offbeat elegance, signed Tristan Auer. 43 rooms and suites are inspired by ecclesiastical cells, a concept store in a crypt, an Orveda spa in the style of Greco-Roman baths, a bar serving evocatively named cocktails, and a restaurant with an ethnic spirit and menu.
Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de La Villette – September
The Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de La Villette, overlooking the lively Canal de l'Ourcq, takes the the wraps off its newly decorated rooms! This hotel, a former Magasin Général, with a cutting-edge environmental approach, has completely redesigned its 144 rooms (20 to 25 m²). Bright and modern, they offer lovely views of the canal or the inner hanging garden. For your company events, the establishment has a 400 m² modular room with access to 3 private terraces and a superb view of the canal that can accommodate up to 200 people for a seminar.
MEININGER Gare de Lyon – October
Offering accommodation that is a mix of hotel and youth hostel, German hotel chain MEININGER opens its first establishment in Paris, near the Porte de Vincennes. Like the group's other hotels, the Meininger Hotel Porte de Vincennes is a central, cheap and modern establishment. The various communal areas — the bar, the fully equipped shared kitchen, and the lobby — are designed to be open and welcoming. The 249 cosy rooms, decorated in a bohemian style, accommodate up to 4 people for a total of 946 beds.
La Compagnie 1837 – September
The Saint-Lazare Station has a unique event space, the Compagnie 1837! With a surface area of 450 square metres and a ceiling height of 4.6 metres, this venue hosts professional events during the week and dancing or private evening functions at the weekend. It offers an exceptional setting for an event for up to 600 people. The venue has attractive heritage features including a listed historical staircase, a luggage store with exotic objects, and a corridor resembling an art gallery that gives on to the large 400 m² room as well as an intimate private lounge (50 m²), inspired by the Orient Express.
Pavillon 6 Paris Expo Porte de Versailles – December
Phase 2 of the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles modernization programme will be completed at the end of the year and will unveil the new Pavilion 6 designed by Jean Nouvel. This pavilion, a fusion of the former Pavilions 6 and 8, will total 15,000 m² of exhibition space, 250 m² of meeting space, a large 370 m² events room and an urban farm. The latter, the largest roof farm in the world (12,000 m²), has a greenhouse available for private hire. Two footbridges will connect Pavilion 6 to Pavilion 4 and Avenue de la Porte de la Plaine.
Le Jules Verne – September
After major renovation work, Le Jules Verne, a gastronomic restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, reveals its new decor! At the helm, chef Frédéric Anton puts the emphasis on fine fresh French produce in a refined atmosphere to create a perfect blend of decor and culinary arts. The grey and blue interiors recall the sky and are enhanced by elegant golden touches; two additional spaces, Le Comptoir and L'Alcôve, offer a view of the mechanical engineering within the tower. For an exceptional event at an altitude of 125 metres, privately hire one of the 3 lounges (2 with 36 seats and another with 32).
Polichinelle at Yooma – September
The Hotel Yooma in the 15th arrondissement is where pastry chef Christophe Michalak and Steve Burggraf (founder of the Big Fernand chain) have opened Polichinelle. This 130-cover restaurant with a friendly atmosphere, warm colours and natural materials, offers a delicious seasonal buffet of solely vegetarian ingredients. On the menu, you will find perfect eggs, stuffed vegetables and gratins, as well as floating islands and fruit tarts for dessert. The 70-seat terrace, with a view of the Eiffel Tower, is the perfect place to taste a cocktail by Jennifer Le Néchet, world cocktail champion in 2016, during an after-work event.
Paddock Paris – October
Paddock Paris, the first Parisian outlet accessible by metro, opens its doors on the site of the former Parisian postal stables bringing together history and modernity! Lifestyle, gastronomy and the arts are all present in this innovative new space; 75 shops, numerous restaurants and a 4-star hotel occupy a 21,000-square-metre space and occupying another 40,000 square metres is a foundation for contemporary art, 5 galleries and an international artists' residence. A concept not to be missed, which also offers a phygital experience with artificial intelligence.
Cirque de Paname - The World of Jalèya – November
The Cirque de Paname is housed in a dome at the Paris Longchamp Racecourse. This new production company for innovative shows presents its first show the World of Jalèya in November! Fantastic and dreamlike, this contemporary circus with cutting-edge technology brings together dance and music in a magical visual and sensory universe. For large groups, a mezzanine is available for private hire, and for large-scale events, the entire dome (1,900 m²) is available for events for up to 2,500 people, with a show or for basic hire.
Marin d’eau douce
Marin d’eau douce and its fleet of electric boats (not requiring a licence) offers new activities ideal for teambuilding or an incentive activity! The company has just launched its treasure hunt on the theme of Street Art, which includes a route to admire the best works on the banks of the canal, as well as a graffiti Tagging event where each team creates a tag on dry land. Other new features linked to treasure hunts: an Olympiades workshop with 3 skill sets and an orienteering race, all of which are creative events for up to 300 people.