Hotel Regina, the perfect venue for your exceptional events
Luxury hotel located in the center of Paris to organize exceptional events
"Paris is a celebration." Ian his time, Hemingway was already convinced of the exceptional potential of the French capital. More than fifty years later, Paris is still as popular as ever with musicians, writers, artists, thinkers and dreamers. And by companies. The City of Light is the ideal place to organize an event of any kind. Professional seminar, wedding, birthday: everything is possible in Paris. To fully enjoy the charms of the capital while enjoying a sublime place to stay, book a room in the centre of Paris without delay. In particular, in a 5-star hotel in the heart of the 1st arrondissement to organize unforgettable events. Once you are settled in your spacious room, you are ready to experience an intense moment that will leave you with memorable impressions.
Organize your event at Hotel Regina Louvre
Hotel Regina is a famous Parisian hotel, located on the Place des Pyramides where the golden statue of Joan of Arc is enthroned. Along the rue de Rivoli, it enjoys an idyllic environment in the 1st arrondissement between the Tuileries garden and the Louvre museum. Choose this luxury hotel located in the centre of Paris to organize exceptional events. In the space of thirty years, more than 100 films have been shot in this legendary establishment, a sign of its exceptional nature. Whether you are planning a wedding, a reunion with friends or a business seminar, Hôtel Regina Louvre will meet your needs. Its 99 classically designed rooms can accommodate a large number of guests. Some of them even offer an inspiring view of the small indoor garden. Enjoy a selection of refined teas, gourmet chocolates and delicious pastries in the sumptuous Tea Room across from the Louvre Museum. This 5-star hotel in the heart of the 1st arrondissement to organize unforgettable events even has a bar with a British atmosphere. At the end of the day, dare to embark on a time trip and dive into Victorian England.