A hotel in Ivry-sur-Seine in the Val-de-Marne department of France places you just 3.3 m south-east of the heart of Paris. An area built on industry, since the 1990s it has undergone significant regeneration and development. With excellent public transport links to the centre of Paris, by train, bus, metro, or by utilising the River Seine, it is a smart strategic choice. The town is a typical Parisian suburb, being multicultural, with the charming laid-back atmosphere that so many associate with France. Just 15 minutes north of Paris Orly Airport, Ivry-sur-Seine is a great practical base for your trip.
What is special about the area?
What makes Ivry-sur-Seine a particularly good place to choose a business hotel is its close proximity to Paris' city centre. Be within easy reach of all the major companies that have made the city of romance their home, as well as history, world-class culture, and exceptional French food, whilst enjoying a calmer retreat. The area is most famous for its love of handball, a sport which the residents of Ivry-sur-Seine have made into an art form.
What businesses are based near Ivry-sur-Seine?
The area is home to a number of small to medium sized businesses, and also houses the headquarters of two major French companies, Fnac and E.Leclerc. Fnac deals in cultural and electronic products, whilst E.Leclerc is France's largest cooperative society and hypermarket chain. Paris itself is home to all of the country's Fortune 500 companies, and with the excellent public transport links from Ivry-sur-Seine, you are a short bus, train, or boat ride away from where you want to go.
Where can I spend my free time, when I stay in a hotel in Ivry-sur-Seine?
Within Ivry-sur-Seine itself, you have access to a cinema and some excellent sports complexes where you can try your hand at the preferred local pastime, handball. Otherwise, make the most of the close proximity of your Ivry-sur-Seine hotel to Paris. The famed sights of the French capital include the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Louvre, yet that is just the beginning. Art abounds throughout the city, and there are innumerable restaurants where you can enjoy mouth-watering French cuisine and widely celebrated French wine. Paris is overflowing with history, beautiful architecture and is a great place to savour the elegant French way of life.