Convention, management commitee, business meeting, product launch, an afterwork cocktail, residential seminar, study day….regardless of the format of the event or what message you wish to communicate to your team, meet at the Deauville Congress Centre. Focus on what matters, the team at the C.I.D will take care of everything. Your Project Advisor and your General manager will imagine and create a custom-made event that will amaze your colleagues. 97 % of our clients are entirely satisfied with the success of their corporate event at the Deauville Congress Centre. Find out why…
The Normandy region and Deauville : An enthralling destination and a legendary location
Change of scenery and tranquillity guaranteed for your participants. The Deauville Congress Centre is situated on the seafront, close to all the facilities that are needed to make your event a success.
For unique and versatile congress and conference rooms
2 auditoriums, 20 meeting rooms of which 17 fully renovated rooms, functional and atypical areas, such as the « Sundance » hall and the « Villa le Cercle », or the garden terraces of the Congress Centre. Plenty of unique places which will add elegance and modernity to your corporate event.
Our teams are trained in advanced lighting, technical and sound techniques and have the best service providers to offer the latest technological innovations, such as augmented reality, 3D holographic projection…..The implementation of 2 and 3D layout plans allow you to develop the most innovative projects !
The provision of services
The CID provides a catering service and offers lunches, coffee breaks and themed cocktails adapted to your budget and favoring local produce
The team at the C.I.D will go out of its way to help meet your requirements ! Our customers praise our friendly, reactive and efficient project managers, as well as the technical experts and all the staff who are dedicated to your event.
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