The Jardin de Villiers Hotel is ideally situated near the Espace Champerret.
L'Espace Champerret, close to the Jardin de Villiers hotel, is a must-see center for the organization of trade fairs, conferences and conventions. For public or professional events, its 9100 m2 are divided into 2 to 3 exhibition halls of any type.
The Jardin de Villiers Hotel situated near the Espace Champerret
Located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, the Jardin de Villiers hotel, in a quiet area, with no urban noise, is close to Espace Champerret, accessible by metro line 3. Therefore, you will be 10 minutes door to door from all the events organized at Espace Champerret. Line 3 will also take you to the Parisian tourist highlights: Opera, Gare Saint-Lazare, Grands Boulevards and other renowned museums. The charm of the district does not stop there since there are countless addresses to discover in the surroundings for a guaranteed change of scenery during the various exhibitions at the museum. To access the exhibitions, the reservation of places or entries is available online or on the Espace Champerret website. Each week, new events are organized to awaken the cultural vision of everyone, visitors, students or professionals. The healthy and calm atmosphere of this neighborhood contributes to the personal and professional productivity of everyone.
Espace Champerret, its history and its exhibitions
The Espace Champerret is a place that is located in a district that bears witness to a strong industrial and artisan past. Architects, real estate developers and town planners had the idea to merge the modernist and traditional themes. Thus, the houses are decorated in a spirit of a "workshop" with metal pieces like those that make up the great Iron Lady: the Eiffel Tower. This architectural inspiration emanates from the old workshops in downtown Levallois where Gustave Eiffel owned his. Hosting themed exhibitions such as cooking or graduate studies, evenings and congresses, this space was greatly renovated during the summer of 2008. The technological evolution desired that this place with a refined design could host as many artistic exhibitions as video game events.