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In 2022 business travel to Paris from London ranked as our seventh most booked international route. For whatever reason you may be travelling to Paris, you will want a simple and effortless business trip. You can rely on the expertise of our business travel experts to this popular city. Explore the most booked and recommended Parisian hotels and the best way in and out of the city. Lastly, make sure you utilise your spare time in Paris with our very own time-killing suggestions.
Our clients typically require us to book the Eurostar for Paris, although some may still prefer to fly. There are multiple reasons for this. Firstly, the Eurostar is a more environmentally friendly option than flying, producing a much lighter carbon footprint. Trains depart and arrive right in the city centres, unlike the main London airports for example which require additional travel. Also there are no baggage restrictions on the Eurostar. You can bring all the personal belongings you require as well as any work-related equipment without worrying about extra fees or restrictions. Finally, travelling by Eurostar offers comfortable seating, Wi-Fi for working and an opportunity to admire the scenery along the way.
Those that prefer to fly benefit from an abundance of options, such as multiple outbound airports and a plethora of airlines. Our favourite for the London to Paris route, and the most commonly booked by our clients is Air France. Schedules from multiple airlines and airports to Paris also far outweigh the Eurostar schedule.
Whichever option you chose, our business travel experts can help.
The Hyatt Madeleine hotel is an ideal choice for business travellers who value luxury, comfort and convenience. It is located in the heart of Paris and offers 86 elegantly appointed rooms and suites. State-of-the-art meeting spaces equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi and the latest in audiovisual technology are available for all business travellers. There is also a business centre offering secretarial support, printing, scanning and photocopying. Other facilities at the Hyatt Madeleine include a fitness centre, spa and restaurant serving delicious French and international cuisines.
Bulgari Hotel Paris is a luxurious 5-star hotel situated on the prestigious Avenue George V. The hotel features 76 elegant and spacious rooms and suites adorned with hardwood floors, plush furnishings and high-end amenities. Facilities include a fine-dining Italian restaurant, an exquisite bar, spa, fitness centre and swimming pool. Business travellers can make use of meeting rooms and spaces for small intimate meetings right up to events for 100 guests. The exclusive business centre is equipped with the latest technology, Wi-Fi and other facilities to cater for all requirements.
Located in the heart of Paris, near the Champs-Elysées is the luxurious Hotel Le Burgundy. The hotel features 59 rooms and suites, each meticulously designed combining French style with modern amenities. Business travellers can delight in meeting spaces catering for up to 60. There is also access to a concierge who can assist with any meeting requirements. High-speed Wi-Fi runs throughout the hotel, so you can check emails from your room to the lobby. The hotels restaurant offers a refined setting for business lunches whilst the bar is the perfect place to unwind for a night cap after a long day. Other facilities include a fitness centre and spa.
These are just a select handful of our most booked hotels for business travel to Paris in 2022. You can also read about the beautiful Le Bristol hotel in our 2019 blog post Europe’s Best Business Hotels. If you have more specific requirements don’t hesitate to ask our team of business travel experts for the best recommendation for your circumstances.
Paris is a city full of sights so we will try to keep this short!
Spare evening? Consider a peaceful sunset picnic of wine, cheese and baguette at the Trocadero Park to watch the Eiffel Tower light up and sparkle on the hour for five minutes. Alternatively, consider dinner and a show at the famous Moulin Rouge. Evening time is also what we would recommend for a stroll around the Louvre. During high season the museum is open as late as 9.45pm and the crowds are much less dense.
If you have spare hours in the day, why not consider sights such as the beautiful Sainte-Chapelle, the Place De Le Concorde and Tuilleries Gardens or the Versailles Palace and Gardens? There is also the Sacré-Coeur and if you’re feeling up to it, the 300 step climb for the views at the top.
For something a little off the beaten track consider an enchanting walk through the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, complete with waterfalls and a suspension bridge. Alternatively, consider the quaint Saint-Pierre market near the bohemian Montmarte neighbourhood or a stroll through the unique architecture and colourful street art of the La Défense district.
Need more inspiration? Why not get in touch to enquire about business travel to Paris entirely bespoke to you?