At the Novotel Paris Les Halles, opt for peace and quiet in the heart of Paris
Between a family home with a retro decor and meeting spaces that look like vintage boutiques, the newly renovated Novotel Paris Les Halles welcomes you in the heart of the Halles district for professional appointments placed under the sign of conviviality and sharing.
Just a step away from Les Halles and its brand new Canopée inaugurated in April 2016, hides Novotel Paris Les HallesThe building has also been recently renovated.
A six-story, four-star hotel with 285 contemporary and upscale rooms in one of the oldest districts of Paris.
Its elegant and ingenious design has made the huge columns decorated by French artists, Mel & Kio, which frame the lobby, almost invisible.
The Novotel Paris Les Halles is also behind a brand new concept of meeting spaces: the Atelier HThe design is signed with a velvet hand by the art director, Jim HamiltonHe is the winner of the International Design Award for his work in various luxury hotels in the United States.
Overlooking the Private Garden of the hotel, a real "green bower" for a moment of calm and plenitude in the heart of Paris, the Atelier H is unlike any other space dedicated to professional meetings.
On 600m² and two floors, this unique place offers the volumes of an ultra modern loft and the warmth of a large family house.
All in all, the Atelier H has 9 extremely bright & flexible studios, equipped with large screens (some of them are tactile).
Beyond the functional side, which is essential for your meetings to take place in the best conditions, the decoration is particularly well cared for.
Inspired by the Halles and its metal and glass pavilions built by architect Victor Baltard during the Second Empire, the first floor and its three meeting spaces (which can accommodate up to 130 people) with their boutique-like appearance and glass fronts offer you a real journey through time. An inspiring setting, ideal for creative work sessions.
An open kitchen is also available for you to eat at any time or simply to exchange ideas and have more informal meetings between professionals.