The Palau de les Arts Foundation offers you a series of extraordinary venues to organize social and business events. This palace, designed by the prestigious architect Santiago Calatrave, emerges from the river bed like a majestic symbolic sculpture, surrounded by the Mediterranean gardens of the Turia, as part of the City of Arts and Sciences.
The innovative architecture of this 40,000 m2 and 75m tall building houses four scenic spaces for operas, music, theatre or ballet. The palace is surrounded by over 60,000m2 of gardens and 11,000m2 of water pools with walkways in between. Congresses, conferences and product launches are just some of the many business events that can be held in the diverse and versatile spaces of the Palau de les Arts.
The Main Vestibule is the point of Access to the Main Hall and boasts the best views of the City of Arts and Sciences. It can host all kinds of events, especially banquets at circular tables with a capacity to comfortably seat up to 1,000 guests. The contemporary architecture of the space makes it an unparalleled venue.
This space offers the same possibilities as the Main Vestibule, but in a smaller format. It is conceived as a complementary space to the Main Hall, to which it gives access.
Terrasses de les Palmeres
These terraces are found at both sides of the building, on the eleventh floor, and can hold all kinds of outdoor receptions both during the day and at night. From here you can contemplate views of the city and of the Turia Gardens.
Balcó de la Mar
Overlooking the City of Arts and Sciences, with the Mediterranean Sea in the background, this balcony is a unique outdoor space in which any type of event can be held while enjoying exceptional views.
Restaurante los Toros
Designed on two levels, the restaurant can seat 454 guests at large tables. It’s the perfect accompaniment for concerts or other acts celebrated in the auditoriums, where guests can enjoy cocktails either before or after the show. This spacious and luminous restaurant permits all types of decoration and themes, according to the requirements of each occasion, while always respecting the original architecture of Calatrava.