Choosing Accommodations for Your Business Trip to Paris
If you are planning a business trip to Paris, there are a number of things to consider, but perhaps the most important is deciding where to stay. Here's a guide to some of the main areas to look into before you choose a base for your time in the city.
When it comes to choosing a hotel or other type of accommodation for your business trip, you will want somewhere that is as convenient as possible. If you are travelling to Paris on the Eurostar, you may want to find a hotel that you can reach from Gare du Nord with ease.
However, if you are flying into Paris, you may prefer a hotel that is located right next to Charles de Gaulle airport. This will allow you to get to your hotel as soon as possible, and you can then arrange your transport into the city if you need to.
If you choose to stay in a hotel, you will want to have access to business facilities like Wi-Fi, a business centre, secretarial services, photocopying and perhaps access to a computer. However, some hotels can provide even more.
At the Hyatt Regency Paris - Charles de Gaulle, you will find Le Campus, an extraordinary space customized for professionals who seek inspiration in an innovative environment that stimulates creativity. Designed by New York and Paris-based Virserius Studios, whose interiors promote a collective spirit inspired by American university campuses, this world class, technology-infused setting can help your business reach new horizons.
With its purposeful open space design, it provides a sense of freedom and creativity. Le Campus offers a huge interactive art exhibit, with a video wall created by Regina Virserius Fine Art, a captivating mural created by Corentin Maignien, work from a graffiti artist popular in the street art movement, and a playful blackboard in the center of the picnic area that encourages customers to interact. Le Campus invites you and your business to grow, collaborate and create.
As well as the business facilities, you will also want to ensure a pleasant stay, and that means choosing a hotel that has a wide range of other facilities.
These could include a gym, a swimming pool, a spa to relax at the end of the day, a restaurant where you can unwind and enjoy some fine Paris cuisine. Some of the best hotels have Michelin-starred restaurants, and even a golf course.
Make Some Time to See the Sights
Paris is a city packed full of world-class attractions, so if you have time, make sure you try to see some of these, if you can. Some of the best include the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées, so try and set aside a few hours to see the sights.
Plan the Perfect Business Trip to Paris
Paris is the ideal destination for a business trip. Not only is it easy to reach, but you can easily find a suitable hotel in which to stay, and then you also have so many excellent attractions right on your doorstep. So start looking for a hotel today and book your business trip to the “City of Light.”
- Villepinte exhibition centre
- Exhibition centre of le Bourget
- Paris International Golf Club
- The Eiffel Tower
- The Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral
- The Louvre Museum
- Parc Asterix
- Chateau de Chantilly
- Main 'Ecuries' (Stables)
- The Living Horse Museum
- Chantilly Racecourse
- Chateau d'Ecouen National Museum of the Renaissance
- Abbaye of Royaumont
- Chateau d'Auvers-sur-Oise
- Maison de Van Gogh
- Stade de France
- France Miniature
- Casino d'Enghien
- Enghien Racecourse
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