L'HOTEL PARTICULIER MONTMARTRE
Elodie Bonnet, project manager, Universal World Events
"The Hotel Particulier Montmartre is beautiful. You don't notice it if you pass by in the street because it is completely hidden and there are no signs to say it is there. It would be suitable for a small meeting and provides a high-quality service and gastronomic restaurant. It only has five suites but it has three meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 50 people."
L'HOTEL SALOMON DE ROTHSCHILD
Jody Carvill, venue consultant, The Venue Pot
"When considering Paris you think elegant, historic and artistic. The Hotel Salomon de Rothschild has all of these characteristics. If you're after a venue that can marry classic and modern then this is the perfect space. In the 20th century it was turned into an art house, so now offers a blend of past and present. It has a central location and is close to the Arc de Triomphe. It still preserves a majestic feel within its beautiful grounds and any client would be blown away by the great space."
LA MAISON DE LA RECHERCHE
Mark Fry, head of operations, meetings and events, Capita Travel and Events
"One of our customers recently used La Maison de la Recherche (above). It's a typical Parisian 'hotel particulier,' or mansion, in the heart of Paris, but with a charming 480m2 garden. You can hire the house privately, even for small meetings. Our customer was really happy with the venue, particularly as they asked for a place with great character. They told us it was easy to forget they were in a big city for business."
L'HOTEL PARTICULIER EUROSITES
Paul Stephenson, senior account manager, First Protocol
"Located in the 9th arrondissement, Hotel Particulier Eurosites was built as a residence in 1853. Recently renovated to create a chic and modern interior, this historic building boasts a number of small meeting rooms, lounges and a private terrace. Coupled with caterers Nomad Food & Design, this venue is a great find for intimate meetings and receptions."