Host your private events in a former convent
Looking to organise work meetings, conferences, concerts, parties or family gatherings? There are plenty of spaces available for hire at Saisons Zéro.
The convent of the Poor Clares is a 6,500 m2 series of buildings located in Roubaix, Northern France. Built in 1874 by Jean-Baptiste Bethune, also known as the Pugin of Belgium, it was subsequently deconsecrated and has been unoccupied since 2008. The chapel, the refectory and the hostel are among the venues available for your events!
Built in 1874, the chapel of the Holy Trinity has since been deconsecrated but still brims with opulent
details. Its stained-glass windows, rood beam, flooring and impressive scale make it the crown jewel of
the whole building, and the perfect place for hosting conferences, seminars, acoustic concerts and even
luncheons or dinners.
The adjacent courtyard and glass-covered walkway are ideal for outdoor buffets and other social occasions.
The chapel of the Poor Clares
This is the room where the cloistered nuns attended mass. The arched opening, which has since been sealed, offered a direct view of the choir. The quiet atmosphere of this space makes it ideal for meetings and conferences.
This light-filled room is where the community used to share meals and is now an ideal setting for hosting meetings, conferences and buffets.
A section of the former convent has been transformed into alternative hostel rooms!
- hosting capacity: 14 people
- double and single canopy beds
Nights are available for booking to parties on a business trip by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or as a complementary option should you wish to hire a venue using the specific form.