A seminar along the Rhône
After the Alsace Wine Route and the Loire Valley CastlesWe continue our tour of the regions where it is good to organize a seminar... along the Rhône. From Orange to Arles, via Avignon and Nîmes, we invite you to discover or rediscover the south of France, Provence, the Luberon and its magnificent cities with a rich historical and cultural heritage. A sunny setting ideal for a professional event with a warm accent, whatever your budget. Here's a look at four exceptional addresses in the Accor network.
Mercure Orange Centre
Located where the Rhône meets Provence, the Mercure Orange Centre has been completely renovated. A perfect starting point for visiting the region. For the organization of a professional event, the hotel has five meeting rooms with a total capacity of 160 people and 130 for banquets. On sunny days, a terrace will welcome your breaks, lunches or dinners, or even a cocktail by the pool.
Historic monument to visit The ancient theatre of Orange, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its famous stage wall, unique in the western world.
Ibis Styles Avignon Sud
Simplicity and conviviality are the key words of this entirely renovated hotel located between the Luberon, the Alpilles and the Cevennes. A conference centre of 390 m2The hotel has nine meeting rooms, all with natural daylight and a capacity of 140 people and 150 for banquets. Another strong point of the hotel is its proximity to the Agroparc - Technopôle d'Avignon and the Exhibition Centre for a business trip.
Historic monument to visit The Palais des Papes and its impressive walls flanked by four gigantic towers. An architectural ensemble classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Novotel Atria Nîmes Centre
Welcome to French Rome! Famous for its arenas, the immense Pont du Gard, a UNESCO heritage site, the Magne Tower and the Maison Carrée, Nîmes is an open-air museum. Located in the heart of the city, the hotel, with its contemporary architecture, has a brand new conference centre with thirteen meeting rooms, nine of which have daylight, and a 410-seat auditorium for XXL events such as conventions or congresses.
Historic monument to visit The famous Roman arenas, the best preserved in the Roman world. Perfectly symmetrical, they illustrate the degree of perfection of Roman engineers.
Hotel & Spa Jules César Arles, MGallery
This former 17th century Carmelite convent has become a magnificent five-star hotel entirely renovated and decorated by Christian Lacroix in 2014. It opens its doors to you in the heart of the historic centre of Arles for an unforgettable experience. Its five meeting rooms, with daylight, overlook the cloister and offer a maximum capacity of 100 people. Thanks to its perfectly preserved and updated architecture, your professional events will combine the flavour of ancient Rome with the calm necessary for concentration.
Historic monument to visit The heart of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its Roman amphitheatre.