Bird Office offers a wide range of meetings rooms, conference rooms and training rooms to rent in all of Paris arrondissements and surrounding areas. Paris, and more specifically, the Île-de-France, is one of the most attractive metropolitan areas in Europe.
A study conducted by Fortune magazine revealed that 27 of the 500 largest companies in the world were headquartered within the city and its surrounding areas. This has given an opportunity to many other companies to access meeting, training, and conference rooms.
The city of Paris is gaining much acclaim due its quality of life and public transport systems.
The rental of meeting and conference rooms is has now got even easier thanks to Bird Office’s comprehensive range of office and meeting place.
Paris, also known as the “city of lights”, is the world’s most visited city, with over 29 million visitors each year, including 18 million foreign tourists.
Visitors are attracted by its cultural landscape, its museums, architecture and parks but also increasingly due to its status as an up and coming business capital.
Paris plays a major role at both an economic and political level in Europe. This explains why many large corporations have looked to set up their businesses within the Île-de-France. Throughout the year, Paris hosts many shows, convention sessions and conferences that take place in large events spaces such as the Porte de Versailles or the Palais Brongniart.
Each arrondissement has its own unique features and charm. Paris is full of unique areas, each with their own quirky and wacky centres. These can range from artist workshops located in lofts near Montparnasse or conference rooms in skyscrapers like those found at La Défense and even individual offices like those found in Haussmannian buildings.
Hiring a meeting room is an opportunity to let your clients and staff discover some of Paris’ best and most well hidden neighbourhoods.
Paris is also an important transport hub. Its location has led to it becoming the second largest stop-off point for business travellers in Europe. The International Association of Congresses and Conventions (ICCA) rated Paris as the second best business tourist city in Europe.
Furthermore, the city’s 16 metro lines mean that you can easily move from one meeting to another. Paris is the ideal place to organise your future meetings, training sessions and other business events.
In recent years there has been a gradual increase in the number of historically significant buildings that have opened up their doors to businesses. In the heart of Paris there are a number of remarkable venues that can be used by companies for their business purposes. Buildings such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, Opera Garnier, the Louvre, the Quai Branly, and the Panthéon hall