Access Paris when you book a hotel in Nemours
Located just outside of Paris, Nemours is an up-and-coming regional economy with a wealth of corporate support services for business people visiting the area. The local council has established a new agenda to boost commerce in the town, making booking a hotel in Nemours a great option for those seeking commercial opportunities in the region. Visitors will also uncover stunning historical architecture, lively markets, idyllic countryside and a charming, traditional way of life.
What is Nemours' character?
Situated less than an hour from Paris and at a major commuter nexus, Nemours remains an idyll in which it is a pleasure to live and work. The town was the former capital of the Gâtinais region, and its thirteen thousand inhabitants enjoy a temperate climate in the Loing Valley, surrounded by beautiful waterways and the Forest of Fontainbleau.
What will my business experience be like?
Arriving in Nemours is quick and easy, as it is only 30 minutes away from Orly Airport. It is also a mere 45 minutes from the French capital and European business powerhouse of Paris. Nemours is set up to offer visiting business people support services so they get the most out of their time here. These services include everything from introductions to networking events. There is also specialist support available for setting up companies in the region. On the border of the town are two major industrial areas. The first, ZAIN Rocher Green, is the base for numerous companies in the services and retail sector, and covers over 47 hectares. The second, ZAC Heights Loing, extends over 70 hectares and is dedicated to a combination of industrial and green companies. Both offer high-quality professional facilities, outstanding members directories, and a diverse events calendar.
What can I enjoy in my free time, when I stay in a Nemours hotel?
The Saturday street market on the Champ de Mars is a great place to soak up the town's atmosphere and purchase fresh local produce. Choose a hotel close to Nemours' Castle Museum, which is home to some French masterpieces, dating back to the 18th century. Stepping inside the stunning medieval castle that houses the museum is a bonus. The architecture of the Church of St John the Baptist is truly impressive, and is best experienced during one of the excellent choral services, held each weekend.