Wedding in Paris

Say yes to the perfect wedding at the Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly

Paris is the city of love and one of the most romantic cities worldwide.

Celebrate your wedding day in Paris at the Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly and take the advantage of your stay to discover Paris and its mythical places. Major tourist sights such as the iconic Eiffel Tower or the Arc the Triomphe are easily accessible. Climb the steps of Montmartre, stroll along the luxury jewelry windows at the Place Vendôme or explore the bookshops along the Seine and the Saint-Germain area on the Left Bank.

The modern and upscale 4 star Mövenpick Hotel in Paris Neuilly is situated on the Boulevard Victor Hugo in Neuilly, the capital's most exclusive residential district, only a few kilometres away from the city of light.

Our dedicated wedding planners are looking forward to spoil you and your loved ones while staying and celebrating your wedding day at the modern and trendy Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly in a relaxing atmosphere.

Our chef, Damien Delgado, will prepare the most memorable reception with sumptuous wedding buffets and menus. At the '58 Bar & Lounge’ more than 130 exceptional champagne brands await you and your guests.

Large banquet rooms with direct access to the terrace and garden can accommodate up to 200 wedding guests.

We will set the scene and make all arrangements for the happiest and most memorable day of your life. Celebrate your wedding with us at the Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly and discover now our personalized wedding arrangements and packages offering fabulous choices

For more information, please contact us by phone at +31 155 63 64 31 or by e-mail


  • Private room for celebrations
  • Personalized Buffet or menu including beverages: soft drinks, mineral, coffee & tea
  • Glass of champagne on arrival or at the moment of your choice
  • Personalized decor: flowers, menu, candles etc.….
  • Accommodation at the wedding night for newlyweds in Junior Suite with buffet breakfast

Wedding offer is available from March 1st 2012 to March 31st 2014.