Hôtel de la Saline royale 3 stars
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La Saline Royale was created by architect Claude Nicolas Ledoux in the XVIII Century and was given over to the International Think-tank for Future Planning. This UNESCO World Heritage site, which also boasts the Centre Culturel de Rencontres label for meetings venues, is home to 2 museums. One is based on the history of salt and the other is dedicated to the works of the building’s architect (unique in Europe), as well as featuring a cultural events programme and a garden festival. The conference centre, hotel and restaurant allow individuals and corporate groups to enjoy a privileged visit and to take full advantage of the site.

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Meeting spaces

Surname area In a cocktail reception in theatre In training In U In a meeting Dining
SELS OUEST 1890 m² 900 800 - - - 800
SELS EST 1100 m² 500 500 - - - 400
FOURIER 200 m² 100 70 50 40 40 50
MALRAUX 130 m² 130 100 50 50 34 48
RAPHAËL 48 m² - - - 20 - -
MIGEON 210 m² 199 199 80 60 45 60
ARMAND 80 m² - 50 25 22 24 30
CAMPANELLA 46 m² - 19 - 12 15 -
LE CORBUSIER 45 m² - - - - 17 -
PIRANESE 20 m² - - - - 6 -

Equipments

Free Invoiced
Lectern
Note pads
Paperboard
Portable screen
Sound system
Stage
Videoconferencing
Videoprojector
WI-Fi
Wall-mounted screen

Prices

Residential from 165 € to 180 €
Semi-residential from 140 € to 155 €
Day from 45 € to 60 €
Half day package from 40,5 € to 49 €
room rental from 300 € to 2400 €
Drinks not included

Leisure on site

Guided visit, physical activities

Leisure nearby

Visit the Salins les Bains salt mine, Visit a fruit producer, cheesemaker and wine grower.

Position on the map

useful information

By plane Tavaux Airport, Lyon Airport (then live TER)
By rail Besançon, Mouchard, Dole, Dijon
By road A39 or A36
Restaurant 800 cutlery
Opening / closing Closed from 19/12/2015 to 08/02/2016

Specificities

  • First class
  • Management
  • Green
  • Express Lyon

Services

  • Blocking out daylight
  • Personalised signposting
  • mobile phones

La Saline Royale was created by architect Claude Nicolas Ledoux in the XVIII Century and was given over to the International Think-tank for Future Planning. This UNESCO World Heritage site, which also boasts the Centre Culturel de Rencontres label for meetings venues, is home to 2 museums. One is based on the history of salt and the other is dedicated to the works of the building’s architect (unique in Europe), as well as featuring a cultural events programme and a garden festival. The conference centre, hotel and restaurant allow individuals and corporate groups to enjoy a privileged visit and to take full advantage of the site.

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Ranking and capacities

Ranking 3 stars (hôtels)
Number of meeting rooms 3
Max. capacity in cocktail 900
Number of bedrooms 31
Catering capacity 800

Assets

A UNESCO site that is accessible to guests at the hotel and conference centre outside of public opening hours. 31 hotel rooms that are classed 3*, 7 meeting rooms for between 10 and 199 people, 2 large naves that can hold up to 900 people and 3 dining rooms. Activities are available at the venue, with guided visits of the heritage site and its gardens.

References

Solvay, APRR, Hermès, CNFPT, La Poste, EDF, Cerfrance, ADEME, Caisse d'épargne, Caisse des dépôts, Crédit Agricole, AG2R la Mondiale, ENEDIS.

Access

By road : A39 or A36
By rail : Besançon, Mouchard, Dole, Dijon
By plane : Tavaux Airport, Lyon Airport (then live TER)

Nearby

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LOCATION

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