Pavillon Cambon Capucines VUK

P avillon Cambon Capucines Like a ship moored between numbers 40 and 48 rue Cambon, the Pavillon Cambon Capucines waits for the embarking of its reception-bound passengers. Designed in the early 20 th century by Charles Mewès, a world-renowned designer of ship interiors, it is as majestic, prestigious and starkly graphic as any transat- lantic liner, making optimum use of space and light. But this ship is moored in central Paris, in the heart of the city’s business district and surrounded by luxury boutiques. Potel et Chabot’s Pavillon Cambon Capucines is ready to sail! Now entirely reno- vated, its receptions constitute a destination like no other.

M ajestic, yet intimate Given its size and the diversity of its reception rooms, the Pavillon Cambon Capucines can host every kind of event. The vast Salon Mewès is crowned with an ornate balcony and bathes in the natural light that streams through amagnificent skylight 33 feet (10meters) above the ground…The Castanier Salons has a private kitchen and welcoming alcoves where intimacy and confidentiality are ensured…And the remarkably polyvalent Salon Rossini is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and can be turned into an auditorium, dance floor, reception room or cinema!

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