Venue & Hospitality

Welcome to the Official Attendee Housing Site for the International conference on Natural Medicines and Pharmaceutical Research scheduled on September 24-25, 2020 at Paris, France. The Accommodations will be provided at Conference Venue

We often set up conferences in Paris. France and we have collaborations with many hoteliers. Our Venue & Logistics team is in communication with best properties (Hotels) and we will update the final venue information soon
Note: For Package registrants of the Conference, single (default option) or double rooms will be offered in the conference hotel itself.
For security purposes, the Conference has policy for issuing official Visa Support Letters as follows:
•Visa Support Letters will be issued only after you have successfully registered and paid for your conference.

• Visa Support Letters can only be issued for the person accepted to attend the conference.

• Visa Support Letters will be issued via email in PDF format. Please contact the Conference Manager.

•You must include your name as appears on your passport, your passport Scan Copy and abstract acceptance letter for presenters.

Conference Dates: September 24-25, 2020

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.


About City

Paris is one of the beautiful cities in the world. It is the capital city of France and the most glamorous city of Europe. It is also a major center of finance, commerce, fashion, science, and arts. The “City of Light” is famous for its blend of the traditional and modern.

Paris is also the home to an extensive range of accommodation options within the city center and surrounds.


Paris offers an easy access to the city's most popular tourist attractions where visitors can stay anywhere from basic motels to deluxe hotels and luxury resorts

Paris has two major international airports:

a)      Charles de Gaulle (26 kms northeast of Paris)

b)      Orly (16 kms south of the city).

Roissy is facilitated with a TGV (high-speed train) station. TGV is a speedy and cheaper inter-city transport alternative to the plane. The railway network is relatively cheap compared to most of the European countries. Shuttle buses operate regularly from airports to the city. A boat or ferry trip is also linked between France and the United Kingdom ranging from a mere 35 minutes to 95 minutes journey. Paris is crisscrossed with services like bus, underground (Metro), overhead rail and trams. Taxis in Paris are reliable and can be hailed in the street.

Paris is the second-largest city in Western Europe with many attractions and places to explore.

City Attractions:

1.      Eiffel tower: It is one of the best-known landmarks and a symbol of Paris. The 300m tower stands as the tallest building in the world and is illuminated from within at night, the sweeping searchlight gives an appearance of a huge urban lighthouse.

2.      Pompidou Centre: It is one of the 20th century's most radical buildings and it has become one of the city's most recognizable and popular landmarks.

Three levels are devoted to the Bibliothèque Publique, housing an impressive collection of 2500 periodicals (including international press), 10,000 CDs and 2200 documentary films to ponder from the relative solitude of one of its 2000 seats. The Musée National d'Art Moderne presides over two floors, while an additional floor is reserved for special exhibitions.

3.      Musée Picasso: It is housed in the magnificent 17th century Hôtel Salé. It is the largest collection of Picassos anywhere, representing almost all the major periods of the artist's life from 1905 onwards. The museum holds a substantial number of Picasso's engravings, ceramics and sculpture. Paintings bought by Picasso or given by his contemporaries such as Matisse and Cézanne; his African masks and sculptures; h Communist party membership cards: sketches of Stalin; and photographs of him in his studio taken by Brassaï.

4.      Louvre: It is one of the largest museums in the world and situated in the heart of Paris, along the right bank of the Seine.It displays about 300,000 works, including Venus de Milo, Winged Victory and Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. There is a futuristic steel-and-glass pyramid in the middle of its courtyard. This allows sunlight to come on the underground floor.

5.      Avenue des Champs-Elysées is probably the most famous avenue in the world. This impressive promenade stretches from the Place de la Concorde to the Place Charles de Gaulle, the site of the Arc de Triomphe. At its western end it is bordered by cinemas, theaters, and cafés and luxury shops. Near the Place de la Concorde are the Jardins des Champs-Elysées, beautifully arranged gardens with fountains and grand buildings including the Grand and Petit Palais at the southern side and the Elysée at its northern side.

6.      Arc de Triomphe was commissioned by Napoleon to commemorate his victories, but he was ousted before the arch was completed. It is adorned with many reliefs, most of them commemorating battles. The best known relief is the Departure of the Volunteers in 1792, also known as the Marseillaise. At the top of the arch there are 30 shields, each of them bears the name of one of Napoleon's successful battles. The arch features an observatory from where you have great views of La Defense, the Champs-Elysées and the Sacré-Coeur.

7.      The Notre-Dame is one of the most famous cathedrals in the world. The site of the Gothic masterpiece has been the religious center of the city. It was the first cathedral to be built on a monumental scale, and it became the prototype for future cathedrals in France (such as those of Amiens, Chartres or Rheims). This overwhelming building is of 130m long with two 69 meters tall towers and the spire reaches 90m.

8.      Sainte Chappelle: It is one of the most exquisite of Paris' Gothic gems and is tucked away within the walls of the Palais de Justice. The chapel is illuminated by a curtain of luminous 13th-century stained glass (the oldest and finest in Paris). It also consists of two chapels - the dark lower chapel, with its star-painted ceiling, which was intended for the servants while the upper chapel, reached via a spiral staircase, was reserved for the court. The upper chapel has a dazzling sight. Its walls are made almost entirely of stained glass.

The other must-see sights in Paris include the Panthéon, the Musée Rodin, the Basilique du Sacré Coeur, the Catacombes des Paris and the beautiful Place des Vosges.

For aimless wandering, you might want to explore the relaxed quarters such as the vibrant Marais, elegant St-Germain and romantic Montmartre.

Paris is the fashion capital of the world and the trip to the city is incomplete without going window-shopping at the Avenue MontaigneFaubourg Saint-Honoré, the Place de la Madeleine, the Saint-Sulpice quarter or Sèvres-Babylone, the department stores such as Printemps, Galeries Lafayette and Bon Marché, two large flea markets that are held outside central Paris - Porte de Vanves and Porte de Saint-Ouen.

Around the Saint-Michel quarter and along the banks of the Seine, you will find the booksellers. Their stalls offer everything from antique books to comic strips, postcards and all sorts of second-hand books.

Paris has many and various markets - the flower market on the Ile de la Cité, bird markets, organic markets and food markets in every quarter