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Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles

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1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris France
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Porte de VersaillesParis Metro2 min
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jillycarpenter wrote a review Jan 2020
Worcestershire, United Kingdom9 contributions1 helpful vote
I have just returned from the January 2020 Maison Et Object 2020 Exhibition at Parc des Expositions. The exhibition centre is very big and very well organised you have the direct RER B train Direct from Paris to the Expo Centre, which takes about 40 minutes. It’s very expensive for food/drinks and the expo itself was very disappointing it was suppose to be a Trade show ? it was a Trade show for Millionaires ....Maison Et Object is suppose to be the Best ...well it wasn’t and I wouldn’t recommend it or go again.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CrazyTravelerLife wrote a review Sep 2019
Milano995 contributions95 helpful votes
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Great wifi. Interesting the self-service restaurant. A part from that, not so much choise for veggie and vegan in the other food places inside. Great all the toilettes. Not a good organisation with this exhibition. None of the building there to ask for any info. A mess at the end of the expo with vans and tracks. Absolutely not organized.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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bonsi7 wrote a review Aug 2019
Antwerp, Belgium491 contributions141 helpful votes
Being able to accomodate 30,000 is no sinecure, but they do a good job here. Getting around here is easier than in many similar centers, because the signs are very clear. Toilets are a bit of a problem, because the hygiene could be better and some of the water taps, soap taps, and hand driers do not work. Wifi is beter than in many similar centers, because reception is good in the lecture halls. Good access by subway (metro) line 12 and apparently bus.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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David P wrote a review Mar 2019
Orpington, United Kingdom99 contributions46 helpful votes
Access and entry was all ok, as you would expect for a national trade show but oh my god, do NOT go to the toilets! Disgusting! The cleaners regularly mop the floors but the walls are covered with stains and excrement that looks like it’s been there for decades and they are more like what you would expect to find in a third world country! Shocking for an advanced country like France, even the security guard advised against availing oneself of the facilities, pointing me toward McDonald’s as bthe more ‘safer’ option. Trip hazard poorly laid/joined carpets, bins over flowing, and the Paul branded coffee shops are always extremely slow to serve and the queues often take 30 mins out of your busy schedule. Venue staff are also quite rude, so don’t be afraid to put them straight. Organisers should look at what is done at expos in Germany, Belgium and replicate.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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GReyMaiden wrote a review Sep 2018
Maidenhead, United Kingdom2,913 contributions269 helpful votes
Visiting the Expo in Paris for Respiratory Symposium. Impressed by the Expo. Easy to move around, good catering services and transport to and from no so bad.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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