Situated just twenty kilometres from Paris, this settlement lies amid the natural beauty of the Orge Valley. Located on national routes and well connected with Paris by public transport, La Ville-du-Bois hotels sit close to the Paris-Saclay business park, which offers comprehensive support services, strategic networking events, competitions and business incubators.
What can I discover here?
The people from La Ville-du-Bois are called 'Urbisylvains', which is a Latin composite of 'urbs' (city) and 'sylva' (forest). Almost a third of the population are under nineteen years old, and this youthful energy has contributed to the vibrant and thriving startup scene in La Ville-du-Bois. It is nowadays regarded as one of Paris's most important suburbs for its entrepreneurial energy.
What can I expect from my business experience?
Business support services in the city are plentiful, the majority based in the business conurbation of Paris-Saclay. Here, startups and enterprises will find all the support they require. The centre has recently been enriched by new arrivals in the form of the House of Business Creation, a club for entrepreneurs that aims to create a network of young leaders in the province and offers training in law, business and management to support new enterprise. The annual innovation competition contributes to the dynamic business environment in La Ville-du-Bois. Another recent addition to the community at Paris-Saclay is Apis Development, which runs a business incubator and offers co-working facilities and support services to allow your business to thrive in La Ville-du-Bois from day one. With the international commercial centre of Paris just a short commute away, this is an attractive location in which to base your business activity.
What else can I do from my La Ville-du-Bois hotel?
Enjoy the plenitude of green spaces surrounding your La Ville-du-Bois hotel, including Place Bealieu, which is the site of regular flea markets, festivals and events. More restful outdoor experiences are on offer at the woods of Turaude, Monsieur de Saint Eloi and Gros Chene. The landscape is also marbled by several rivers, creating stunning vistas and important natural habitats. The best known are the Rouillon, which links with the green belt that surrounds Paris, and White Creek. The city has enough facilities to keep sports lovers on their toes, with a gymnasium, hockey and football pitches, tennis courts and even boxing on offer.