Clamart hotels put you in Paris' suburban heart
Book a trip to Clamart if you are seeking high quality business support services and infrastructure in the Paris region. Your hotel in Clamart offers you access to an identity and community independent of Paris, but close enough to merit from its benefits. The heritage of the city is palpable in its quintessentially French architecture and delectable cuisine that have made it famous.
What can I experience here that I can't elsewhere?
Clamart is one of Paris' most attractive and salubrious banlieues. You will enjoy the typically French architecture and elegantly proportioned urban design. The city's name enjoys celebrity in France for its gastronomical glory. Adjacent to the foremost market in Paris (Les Halles), Clamart is known for its petit pois side dish, served 'à la Clamart'. Clamart's pea fields have since been replaced by the growing urbanisation of the capital, but the suburb has retained its charm. The famous artist Henri Matisse lived in the city before the first world war, and you can still find the memorial plaque in his honour.
What can I expect from my business experience?
Located on the Montparnasse suburban railway line and several bus lines, Clamart is well connected. The Greater South Seine is the organisation catering to businesses seeking to settle in the area. Increasingly focused on the economic development of Clamart and other major suburbs, the department offers a range of services to support new business in the area. It provides research space and executive training on finance, tax, legal, social and other vital skill areas. The department also offers methodological support and organises thematic networking events, breakfasts and innovation incubators. Training sessions on entrepreneurship, management and law are also part of a support programme provided to start-up businesses. There are approximately 2000 businesses operating in Clamart, and an extensive talent pool.
What else can I do from my Clamart hotel?
Though the infringement of the city upon Clamart's pea fields has diminished its agricultural feel somewhat, there are still three markets a week at which to buy the best produce for miles around. Trade and crafts are also available from the vendors here, making perfect souvenirs for friends and family. There is a vibrant cultural scene to be found outside your Clamart hotel, where a sense of community is fostered through local exhibitions and other public events and festivals throughout the year.