Comfort Hotel Rosny-sous-Bois
1 rue de Lisbonne
Phone: (33) 1 48123030
Fax: (33) 1 45288369
1 rue de Lisbonne, Rosny-sous-Bois, FR, 93561
- Phone: (33) 1 48123030
- Fax: (33) 1 45288369
The Claude Bernard Center for Swimming and Sports includes a pool with five lanes, a modifiable sports room, a weapons room, and a weightlifting room. A sauna is available during all open hours on weekdays. Pool hygiene required.
It is a classy venue that caters to various musical events. Concerts, gigs and entertaining shows by well-known performers make this place a frequent destination for hardcore music enthusiasts. What's more, it boasts of superior lights, acoustics and advanced technical equipments which amplify the impact of these live acts. If you are a die-hard music lover, then this place deserves a visit.
La Parole Errante was founded in 1986 by the legendary Armand Gatti under the Centre International de creation. This is a cultural facility which aims to promote culture through writing and theater. The facility undertakes various activities including collaborating with other theater groups for performances throughout the year. The association comes under the Ministry of Culture and has been successful in it's objective to promote theater and writing.
Located in Montreuil, Conservatoire is a practice facility for music and dance artists. Managed by the culture ministry, it also conducts training activities for those interested in dance and music. Housed inside a building with unique architecture, the Conservatoire also organizes loads of cultural events.
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.
Campus de la Fonderie de l'Image is a modern institution for learning in Bagnolet. Multimedia, graphics and designing in creative arts are great when learnt here. Equipped with a spacious galleries, classrooms, studios, cafe and rooms for technical support; this place offers the best to its students. There are lectures, talks, exhibitions and other shows that keep it buzzing with activities. Contact them for more information.
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.
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.
Grab a croissant and your cup of coffee and head off to one of the oldest flea markets in France called the Puces de Montreuil. Established in the 19th Century, it mainly stocks second-hand clothes (in good condition) and designer seconds. If wearing second hand clothes is not your thing, then browse through jewelry, antique engravings, appliances, crockery and even old furniture.
A multi-purpose venue, 66 Pelleport is one of the city's most vibrant and happening places. With a total area of 350 square meters, the venue comes with four rooms that are suitable for a range of events, from cultural to private and even corporate gatherings. Moreover, its location has helped it gain immense fame over the years. Within a few meters lie the Place Gambetta, Porte de Bagnolet, main highways and other public transportation, thus facilitating easy and comfortable access to the venue. The four rooms, the Salle Bar, the Verrière, the Aquarium, and the Salle 360 all come equipped with good lighting, parquet flooring and are designed in the fashion of the Neo Modern architectural style. For further information please contact the venue.
This 20th-arrondissement Parisian church occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts.
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.