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Tourism & Conventions


Business lunches

For events held in the congress centre, meals can be arranged either in near-by restaurants (of which some have 350 covers) or in the congress centre itself, using local caterers, depending on available space.


Evening entertainment

We can provide a diverse list of entertainments to brighten up your evenings


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The valley of Chamonix offers a large choice of restaurants. From the tradition or gastronomic ones to fusion kitchen and others with international flavours. For your special evening, 9 restaurants located high in the mountain and accessible by cable car or by train. Some of these can host private evenings.


For your event at the congress centre, our referenced caterers can be contacted to provide you with : lunch boxes, table service, unexpectable coffee break in the mountain...


Evening events

If you opt for something a little different, convivial and relaxing, then why not consider the following :

Soirée Trappeur

With snowshoes on your feet and headlamp glowing, discover the magic of a nocturnal trek with a glass of mulled wine around a camp fire, before sitting down to a fondue or pela.

Nocturnal challenge

Experience a number of different activities with a smile and good humour, in summer or in winter (logging, tyrolienne rope swings, tobogganing, snowshoeing...) before savouring a good hearty meal before the prize giving !

Soirée by the Sea

What would you say to an aperitif followed by dinner at the sea...of ice, otherwise known as La Mer de Glace ? You will board a specially chartered rack and pinion train will take you up to your destination at an altitude of 1900 meters, where you will cast your eyes on one of Europe's longest glaciers. There are no lighthouses up there, the only pillars are those of towering rocks. And dinner is served in a classed building dating back to 1860.

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