Organize all your professional events or your individual stay in a real island of greenery in the heart of Paris!
A green setting
By entering the site, you benefit from a preserved and serene space. Located in a 7,000 m² park, the seminar centre and hotel l’Enclos Rey are in the heart of the 15th arrondissement.
A very popular neighbourhood
The area is very popular with Parisians and has many services and shops. A public car park is accessible from Place Cambronne, 10 minutes away on foot. However we recommend public transport, the place is easily accessible by several metro stations that serve the major Parisian train stations.
Venues adapted to your event
L'Enclos Rey has eight modular meeting rooms that can accommodate groups of 10 to 200 people. The team, listening to your project, advises you and accompanies you in your organization. By customising the layout of our rooms, she offers you a tailor-made working environment!
An accommodation space in complete peace of mind
The hotel, newly fitted out, brings you all the modern comforts to spend quiet nights away from urban activity.
Varied self-service meals
The self-service dining room provides you with the solution for a varied meal in a tree-lined and friendly environment.
A meeting place
In this place, elderly people, families, employees, religious people, inhabitants of the neighbourhood and users of Enclos Rey’s services in a spirit of sharing and mutual respect.
What are the opening hours, switchboard, office, self, check in and check out of the hotel?
The switchboard hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. The office from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Breakfast from 7am to 9am, lunch from 12.30pm to 2pm and dinner from 6pm to 8pm. For hotels: check in 16h and check out 10h.
What kind of tourist activity and what are the points of interest around the Enclos Rey?
Our centre is particularly well located in Paris, just a few minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower and the main points of interest in the capital. For more information contact the Paris Tourist Office: https://www.parisinfo.com/