Reopening of the Toulouse Consular Palace: a new emblematic place for corporate events

Reopening of the Toulouse Consular Palace: a new emblematic place for corporate events
Reopening of the Toulouse Consular Palace: a new emblematic place for corporate events

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The Toulouse Consular Palace reopens its doors after a complete renovation, offering a unique venue for corporate events with eight rooms with varied architecture, ready to host conferences, gala dinners, and cultural performances.

A major new development has just seen the light of day at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI): the Toulouse Consular Palace is reopening its doors after a complete renovation, offering a unique location in the heart of the Pink City for all corporate events.

This emblematic venue, now available for conferences, gala dinners, cultural events, as well as musical performances, offers eight recently renovated rooms. Each of them presents a different architectural concept, enriched with paintings, works of art and even a huge decorative library.

The place where Toulouse businesses live

“We would like this place to become the home of businesses,” explains Sonia Paulhe, elected to the Toulouse CCI. “This is my first term, and when I arrived here, I really fell in love with it and I told myself that it didn’t make sense for it to be a place closed to the public.” Her enthusiasm reflects the vision behind this renovation: to open this building full of history to the public and businesses, thus creating a dynamic and versatile space.

For those who wish to discover this renovated place, a virtual tour is available on the website of the Palais Consulaire de Toulouse. And for those already convinced, all you have to do is book, whatever the project envisaged. “The goal is to be able to host all events. Small meetings, as well as large projects. This is what was done some time ago with the exhibition on the Sistine Chapel,” concludes Sonia Paulhe.

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