Meeting room rental on the Grands Boulevards
You are already or will soon be in Paris, and you would like to organize a professional meeting on the Grands Boulevards! Book your atypical space with ease on our online room rental platform.
Les Grands Boulevards, an unmissable place to enjoy
The Grands Boulevards, built on the site of the walls of Charles V and Louis XII, begin at Place de la Bastille, pass through Place de la Republique and Place de l'Opéra, and end at Place de la Madeleine. Les Grands Boulevards is a place dedicated to pedestrians and cars alike. They do not escape popular attractions such as cafes, restaurants, cabarets, theaters. From these comes the name of a certain type of theater, that is, the "Boulevard theaters".
Lines 8 and 9 of the Paris metro service the station Grands Boulevards.
Rent a room or office in the Grands Boulevards area with an innovative service
To organize a meeting or a seminar, to carry out interviews outside your usual framework, Bird Office offers you an innovative and practical solution at very attractive prices. We offer you a wide choice of meeting room, seminar room or individual office available for one hour, half a day or more. Very popular with many professionals and companies, our service can meet all types of needs to carry out a coworking in places unique to the Grands Boulevards. With just a few clicks, you can view each room with the number of people it can receive. And by using its descriptive sheet, you can select its configuration, as well as the equipment that will be useful to you, such as a computer with a WiFi connection, a video projector, a whiteboard. For your hours of break, you can opt for a breakfast service or meal trays, a water fountain, a coffee maker.
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Les Grands Boulevards, places of cultural and tourist visits
After long hours of work, a walk on the Boulevards can relax you. You can start by visiting the small palace to admire its architecture and its romantic little garden. Directly opposite is the Grand Palais or Reunion des Musées Nationaux. Chocolate lovers can continue at the Gourmand Chocolate Museum which is less than 25 minutes by subway. A stunning walk along the Seine is also pleasant, discovering some public works of art.