Organize your seminar in the heart of a multi-faceted neighborhood at the Mercure Paris Boulogne
On September 20, 2016, the Mercure Paris Boulogne hotel celebrated its complete reopening in the setting of its brand new rooftop, after 11 months of renovation. In the heart of the atypical area of the former studios of the Point du Jour, at the Porte de Saint-Cloud, the hotel mixes its past in cinema to its "Sports & Media" environmentThe building is located in the heart of the city, just a stone's throw from the Parc des Princes, Roland Garros and Jean Bouin stadium. During its renovation, the teams also took the opportunity to enriching the offers in Business spaces !
"This establishment has not been renovated but truly transformed," insists Philippe Marchand, the Director of the Mercure Paris Boulogne.
Located in the heart of Boulogne Billancourt's business district and close to Paris, the hotel has seen the lobby, common areas and 191 rooms (including 5 junior suites) completely redesigned by architect Karine Lewkowicz and the Blanchet d'Istria Agency.
The goal? To anchor the hotel guests' experience in the locality and capture the stylish and trendy atmosphere of this multifaceted neighborhood.
Created in 1990, the Mercure Paris Boulogne was formerly known as the Latitudes hotel. It belonged to Mr. Bouygues, a film enthusiast, who had installed his own private projection room.
Completely renovated in 2016, the "César" AuditoriumWith its 200 square meters and 140 seats, this is the ideal setting for your plenary sessions and other end-of-seminar presentations.
For a single point for two or three or for nomadic workers, the Mercure Paris Boulogne has once again thought of everything.
Away from the "stadium" lobby, the EasyWORK space is a great novelty. Isolated from noise and view, the eight felt alcoves are perfectly equipped for co-working enthusiasts and can be rented by the hour.
At the same level, the restaurant Bar Lounge 16.9e offers you a real break in a space that evokes the kaleidoscope effect of a TV screen.
A very popular place for lunches, afterworks and dinners. In a window next to a table d'hôtes, Christophe Adam's genius éclairs, ham and Spanish chorizo cut directly with a slicer make the reputation of this friendly and design place.
Adjacent to the restaurant, a 95-cover room that can be privatized welcomes groups in the same warm atmosphere.
Once the meal is over, your meetings can be resumed in the 750 m² of Business spaces, all equipped with a video projector, screen, paperboard, notepad and mineral water.
The tables organized in cabaret of the Victorine" salonThe 220 square meter rooms can accommodate up to 210 people. Thanks to sliding partitions, the space can be divided into three when teams prefer to work in workshops before consulting each other.
On the second floor, 8 other meeting roomsOur meeting rooms, from 20m² to 56m², can be adapted to all your meeting formats, from 6 to 60 people.