Comfort Hotel Bobigny Paris Est
60 -68 Ave Henri Barbusse
Phone: (33) 1 41836230
Fax: (33) 1 41509546
Pantin is located to the north-east of the city of Paris. It has as much charm and character as downtown Paris. Located by the banks of the Chemin de Halage canal, one can find a lot of beautiful riverside houses and parks, frequented by youngsters. The Pantin town hall is an impressive historic building, while one can also see a lot of old and abandoned industrial ruins here. One particular building is covered from head to toe in graffiti and is intriguing to watch.
The Saint Marthe Parish of Pantin, part of the Saint-Denis diocese, is housed in a lovely, tan-colored stone church with a slate-roofed spire. Elaborate dentillation decorates the wallspace just below the roof, above an imposing and elegant main entrance. The church hosts classical concerts, including some innovative new compositions and vocal explorations.
Espace Jeunesse Guy Moquet is a hip entertainment venue that calls for some of the most enjoyable concerts and live shows. Some of the famous artists having performed here are Trio Esperanca, Nassima, Rocio Marquez, Antonio Negro and lots more. Call ahead to find out more on the upcoming shows.
Constructed in 1867 to function as the abattoirs de la Villette for the next 107 years, the Grande Halle de la Villette is now central to the events programming in the Parc de la Villette, the sprawling city park where it is located. This audacious building was renovated in 1985 to become an adaptable venue, and is honored as beginning the tradition of progressive architecture in the park. Shows at the Grande Halle, and throughout the park, range from music and dance to art exhibits, workshops, and circus acts.
In keeping with the growing popularity for animated films, Paris has its own share of animation schools to boast of. The Vocation Graphique is one such place where you can learn all about making 3D art, graphic designing and a lot more. Well-qualified teachers and experts from related fields share their knowledge to help the students learn and sharpen their skills. Apart from courses that last from 2-4 years, the school also offers intensive workshops for those with lesser time on hand. Regular exhibitions of the students' works are also held. Check website for details.
The Samovar is joking around - seriously. This institution of education and performance is dedicated to perfecting the art of being a clown. It is a space for experimentation, creation, and training in the art of clowning. The programming has focused on the modern clown and burlesque theater since 2004, and especially favors explorations that blur the lines between theater, dance, and music.
The contemporary styles of art fill the rooms and hallways at the ESANA institute in Paris. Nesting the artists of the modern world, this institute provide a series of courses and diplomas that cover a variety of subjects. Digital art, typography, photography, sculpture, animation and computer graphics are just some of the areas of learning that are featured here. The faculty consists of experts and professionals that are out there and on the field. Being such a creative space, it is only natural that the school hosts umpteen number of shows and exhibition, seminars and workshops that feature works of the students as well as bring in guest artists and teachers. For more information on the school and all its colorful events, do call ahead or check out their website.
Devoted to the education of the community in music, dance, singing, studying an instrument individually or in an ensemble, the Conservatoire National de Région of La Courneuve offers classes to children and adults of five years and older. Throughout the season, concerts and shows of all the subjects offered in classes are held at the Conservatoire. Fees are on a sliding scale, and determined case-by-case through a family quotient system.
This pool facility in Paris' 20th arrondissement was constructed in 1924 and welcomes numerous competitions in the aquatic sports. It offers a variety of services, with several pools, a solarium, and classes. It also occasionally hosts aquatic sporting events.
The Docks - including the Dock Haussman, Dock Pullman, and Dock Eiffel - can host anywhere from 100 to 7000 people for conferences, symposiums, expositions, cocktail parties, gala dinners, performances, and concerts. They are clustered together between Aubervilliers and Saint Denis and offer the latest sound and visual technologies, a convenient location, and plenty of parking.
The metros of Paris are one of the oldest or subway systems in the region. They have been serving as the most accessible and easiest mode of public transportation for decades. One such station in the city is Métro Botzaris. Modern and well-maintained, this metro was name after a Greek warrior, Markos Botsaris. This metro station connects major stops around the Parc des Buttes Chaumont.
The immense Parc d'Expositions is situated a few hundred meters from the Paris Le Bourget Airport, famous as Charles Lindbergh's landing site after the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It was exclusively the site of the International Paris Air Show for nearly four decades before diversifying to host exhibitions and events, and today caters to a broad spectrum of events in its many adaptable spaces. Wholesale and retail trade fairs, corporate events, and public entertainment are settled into space they require, whether an intimate, subdued room or a vast, brightly lit hall. Five buildings are surrounded by plentiful parking and landscaped lawns, and services for events include a range of catering options, state-of-the-art technologies, and a Reception Gallery with a coat check.