Report... Ibis Paris Bastille Opéra 11ème
In the heart of the 11th arrondissement of ParisThe new Ibis Paris Bastille Opéra 11e has everything it takes to become the most prestigious hotel in France, steeped in French history, between the Place de la Bastille, Place de la République and Place de la Nation. the future hub of this dynamic and cultural district. A well-kept green setting for all your professional events.
Hyper accessible, close to the Lyon, Austerlitz and East stations and several metro stations, the hotel also has 80 parking spaces. A central location in the heart of the Bastille district, yet far enough away from the Rue de la Roquette and its somewhat noisy parties... A calm and select area that welcomes the curious, regulars of the district and professionals around a brand new concept: The Genie under the stars. A space inaugurated last July which revolves around its cocktail bar - Le Génie - led by a head barman/mixologist who offers creations based on fresh fruit juices and herbs. And its bistronomic restaurant - Sous les étoiles - which serves cuisine made from fresh products and vegetables from the hotel's rooftop garden! All this in a vintage restaurant room reminiscent of our grandmothers' houses with wooden tables and chairs, family photos and old buffets.
Another strong point of the hotel, the outdoor terrace of 110 m2 and its garlands which give a little guinguette touch at nightfall. A warm, relaxed and elegant atmosphere that can be found inside the hotel thanks to the numerous star-shaped lights and the 300 plants that bring a breath of oxygen and a feeling of "outside inside". If you are passing by on a Wednesday or Saturday evening, you can also enjoy the sublime live jazz concerts while sipping a delicious cocktail.
An exceptional setting that revolutionizes ibis in the midst of its repositioning and whose Paris Bastille Opera 11e is the pilot project. An unexpected counterpoint that is not unlike Mama Shelter. A stylistic tour de force that the hotel succeeded in calling on the designer, Stella Cadentespecialized in interior design and known for having renovated the 4e floor of Galeries Lafayette.
On an opera tune...
As for the meeting, the hotel is not to be outdone as it has six meeting rooms from 30 to 80 m2The rooms are all in daylight and named after the greatest opera composers: Mozart, Berlioz, Rossini, in reference to the Bastille Opera House located a few blocks away. In total, these spaces can accommodate up to 225 people. And if you are looking for a nice space for a cocktail party, the hotel can accommodate up to 400 people. Brunch is also available on Sundays, with live music by show cooking with executive chef Kevin Giret.
A rich, inspiring and gourmet program for all your professional events!