Organize a meeting France Panthéon venues and hotels - 21 Facilities Generality For the organization of your event venue near to Panthéon, we offer our selection of establishments. Situation Public transportation A short history Sort your results by Standing guestrooms Meeting rooms Capacity Relevancy See all the séminaires Paris Hôtel du Jeu de Paume France - Paris - 75004 30 1 Meeting rooms capacities 25 25 45 Add to my selection Maison de la Mutualité France - Paris - 75005 Listed as a historic monument, the building has a long tradition of hosting congresses, concerts, seminars and meetings... Over the decades, parts of the building had already modernised or renovated, for example changes to the main... 14 Meeting rooms capacities 202 432 1728 2000 900 Add to my selection Brasserie Bouillon Racine France - Paris - 75006 Welcome to the Bouillon Racine, famous brasserie created in 1906 in a stunning Art Nouveau decor.Now listed as an historical monument, the Bouillon Racine offers an immersion in the Paris of the 1900's. Where food is concerned, the... 3 Meeting rooms capacities 80 80 120 100 Add to my selection Collège des Bernardins France - Paris - 75005 Ideally located in the XVth arrondissement in the heart of Paris, the College of Bernardine is a historical monument of the thirteenth century, renovated in 2008 by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. This unique setting is dedicated for... 18 Meeting rooms capacities 62 60 150 230 850 360 230 Add to my selection Holiday Inn Paris Notre Dame France - Paris - 75006 Ideally located in the heart of the Latin district in Paris, Holiday Inn Paris Notre Dame is located close to most monumental historical places of France and Paris.Whether you come for a long or a short stay, a business trip or a visit,... 108 3 Meeting rooms capacities 36 30 30 55 55 Add to my selection Hôtel Observatoire Luxembourg France - Paris - 75005 Elegantly sober lounge, pleasant rooms in a neoclassical style, contemporary bathrooms. Some of rooms with a splendid view over private gardens. The Observatoire Luxembourg, 3 star boutique hotel, totally renewed in 2011, welcome... 41 Add to my selection Hôtel Seven Paris France - Paris - 75005 This 4-star design hotel offers individually-themed rooms and suites with fibre-optic lighting and free Wi-Fi. The Seven Hotel is located in Paris’s Latin Quarter, a 10-minute walk from Luxembourg Gardens. Other services available... 35 1 Meeting rooms capacities 10 50 Add to my selection Hôtel Trianon Rive Gauche Paris France - Paris - 75006 Discover the Trianon Rive Gauche, an enchanting typical hotel located in the heart of Paris - Saint Germain des Pres. Experience a unique journey in the world's most romantic city. Our attentive, multilingual staff takes pride... 110 1 Meeting rooms capacities 15 13 20 30 35 30 Add to my selection Institut du monde arabe France - Paris 5e - 75005 Opened in late 1987, Institut du Monde Arabe isfacing the Saint-Louis island, undoubtedly one of the great cultural achievements of our time. Its architecture combines symbolism and modernity. It captures light through its metal... 2 Meeting rooms capacities 200 200 200 420 420 320 420 Add to my selection IPN Paris France - Paris - 75005 Located in the famous Mouffetard avenue, near the Place de la Contrescarpe and in the heart of the Latin district, the IPN was completely renovated in September 2013. Two spaces, two bars, two ambiances can meet all of your expectations.... 5 Meeting rooms capacities 70 70 70 80 300 200 Add to my selection La Bastide Odeon France - Paris - 75006 La Bastide Odeon offers a gourmet trail entirely turned towards the sun and the warmth of the convivial atmosphere.Since 1st January 2011, Pascal MOUSSET has become director of Sénat Restaurant and is now the new owner of this... 3 Meeting rooms capacities 44 42 Add to my selection L'Atelier Maitre Albert France - Paris - 75005 Its market-fresh cuisine finds its true expression here, in L'Atelier Maitre Albert. Director Laurent Jacquet and Chef Emmanuel Monsallier extend a warm welcome.The card is realized by Guy Savoy and Emmanuel Monsallier.Every day are... 3 Meeting rooms capacities 50 90 90 140 90 Add to my selection La Terrasse de Paris France - Paris 5e - 75005 Add to my selection Le Petit Prince de Paris France - Paris - 75005 Located in the historic "Latin Quarter", close to the Pantheon and the site of the old Gallo-Roman baths, "Le Petit Prince de Paris" was an old tavern in 1450, popular throughout the ages by famous people as... 1 Meeting rooms capacities 120 Add to my selection Le Procope France - Paris - 75006 Founded in 1686 by Italian Francesco Procopio Dei Coltelli, this mythical restaurant, Paris’ oldest café, offers a singular atmosphere. There is barely any trace of its original decor, apart from some collector’s... 5 Meeting rooms capacities 75 60 72 Add to my selection See also Bourse Champs-Élysées Gare Saint-Lazare La Madeleine Le Louvre Opéra Tour Eiffel Maison de l'Épargne France - Paris - 75005 The Maison d’Epargne is located in the heart of the Latin district, it welcomes your events in a unique space in France which is tracing more than a century of economic history through a gallery with nearly posters dedicated to... 2 Meeting rooms capacities 25 20 25 73 80 30 73 Add to my selection Maison des Océans, Institut océanographique France - Paris - 75005 Built in the heart of the Fifth District by Prince Albert 1 in 1911, the Oceanographic Institute has established itself as the crossroads of Ocean Sciences. Enjoy the beautiful setting to organize your conferences and prestigious... 8 Meeting rooms capacities 35 35 30 500 200 60 500 Add to my selection Restaurant Le Coupe-Chou France - Paris - 75005 Le Coupe-Chou is a stylish restaurant, quietly opened on the narrow and picturesque streets of Lanneau, on the side of Sainte Genevieve mountain and near Collège de France, Sorbonne and Contrescarpe. This restaurant provides a... Add to my selection Terrass Kardinal France - Paris - 75005 Nestled on the 7th floor (the top floor), The Terrass Kardinal is a loft space of 230 m2 with a vast terrace of 150 m2. An astonishing place designed to host a wide range of "outdoor and indoor" events such as conferences,... 6 Meeting rooms capacities 24 27 18 100 200 100 Add to my selection Théâtre de la Contrescarpe France - Paris - 75005 A warmful and welcoming place, ideal for conferences, training, product presentations…Many equipments for successful events: stage, microphones, projectors, videoprojector, cinema screen, wifi…In the heart of Quartier Latin... 1 Meeting rooms capacities 110 110 Add to my selection Villa Panthéon France - Paris - 75005 59 Add to my selection Generality Situation The Pantheon is located in the 5th arrondissement. It is the necropolis of great men: politicians, artists, painters or man of letters. This tomb is considered as a historical monument. It is an iconic address from a historical and architectural perspective. A masterpiece of Soufflot, it has been founded in honor of “Sainte-Genviève”, patron saint of Paris, to celebrate the monarchy under Louis XV. The Pantheon is a perfect illustration of neoclassicism. It is located in the “Latin District” and has a unique architecture thanks to its sculpture, its wall paintings and its facade which is similar to the Pantheon of Rome. The Pantheon is at Saint-Genviève Mountain and offers a stunning view over Paris. The visit can be extended to the Latin district to discover the Cluny museum, known as “Musée national du Moyen Âge”. This 3 500 m² museum gathers one of the largest art work collections of the medieval era. The “Jardin des Plantes” and “Jardins du Luxembroug” are also unavoidable addresses for a walk in a greenery setting. The district is also known by the large number of universities such as Sorbonne, Panthéon-Assas or Paris Descartes. Public transportation The Pantheon is dedicated to the memory of men and women who marked the French history. A very frequented venue, the pantheon is located in the latin district and it is served by the metro line 10. There are many stations: “Maubert-Mutualité”, “Cardinal-Lemoine” … Concerning the RER, the visitors can take the line B and get off at the “Luxembourg” station, then pass by the Palais, headquarter of the Senat. The bus lines 21, 27, 83, 84, 85, 89 offer a fast and comfortable access to the Pantheon. The lines 21, 27 and 83 are accessible to the persons with reduced mobility. Currently, the venue is under renovation. The dome is still inaccessible for the visitors, however, they can access to the nave and the crypt. A short history In 1744, after recovering from a long sickness, Louis XV vowed to renovate the Abbey of St Genevieve church, located in a mountain with the same name. 11 years later, Louis XV called on the services of the architect Jacques Soufflot in order to start the works and honor the patron saint of Paris. The architect was fan of Greek-roman style so he made the Pantheon in a cross shape with a nave in the middle. In 1791, the church was transformed into a mausoleum for the interment of the great Frenchmen. In 1837, a gold inscription “To great man, the grateful homeland” was engraved on the pediment to honor the great men of the revolution. It was a temple for burials and has a liturgical function. After Victor Hugo funerals, it renamed officially to the Pantheon. 72 men are laying down in it mainly Victor Hugo, Emile Zola, Jean Jaurès, Andrés Malrauxand others.