In the spirit of a chic winter garden, in one of the most beautiful parks in the capital, the Orangery is a haven of peace. And yet, it is in the heart of the city, between the majestic Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, that this space nestling in the middle of greenery will provide you with a total change of scenery.
Listed as a historical monument, the Tuileries garden covers 23 hectares. It is the famous landscape gardener André Le Nôtre, who, from 1664, gave it its current appearance as a French garden.
The Orangery is a temporary space, ideal for enjoying the warmth of the garden and the first rays of sunshine. An original reception structure of very high quality, it combines modernity and classicism and offers an impression of "in and out" thanks to its transparency and the clarity that emanates from it. The rounded shape of the bay windows is inspired by the windows of the orangeries that adorn the parks of many castles. The steel frame and double roof are reminiscent of the architectural style of Eiffel structures, such as the Pavillon Baltard. Thus the Orangery blends perfectly into its green setting.
Covering an area of 600m2, the Orangery can host seated dinners for up to 500 guests and cocktails for up to 900 people. An outdoor terrace of 1000 m2 completes this space.