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Hotel since 1764

You can count on our commercial expertise to advise you, and adapt our "Pro" packages to the tailor-made needs of your events and your sector of activity: automotive, pharma, cinema, shooting, exhibitions, trade fairs, etc.



Your tailor-made needs may also simply consist of


  • privatisation of the MGallery Fontainebleau hotel premises
  • the desire to make certain aspects of your event unforgettable: unusual venues, accommodation, flavours, special equipment, team building with one of Fontainebleau's specialist service providers, etc.


Finding the ideal reception venue is a key element in the success of any event, especially when it comes to product launches in sectors such as the automotive or industrial transport industries. If the town hall and prefecture give the go-ahead, the Aigle Noir Fontainebleau MGallery offers a very attractive space on the Place Napoléon Bonaparte, at the entrance to the hotel, for displaying and photographing vehicles.
The Linas-Montlhéry autodrome is also an interesting option for a test circuit, located 49 km from the hotel, this circuit offers 6.5 km of track and 13 bends.

For tests on urban roads, our MGallery Fontainebleau hotel is located 10 km from the motorway and just a few metres from the cobbled streets of the town centre. Tests on scenic roads can be carried out in the forest, with winding and hilly roads.



For many years, our MGallery Fontainebleau hotel has been committed to providing an ideal setting for the exhibition of art, craft and other forms of artistic expression. We are proud to have hosted large-scale events that have enabled artists to present their work to the general public and aroused the interest of many art lovers.
We have also worked closely with local artisans to showcase their unique and authentic creations in our Murat lounges. We believe that our commitment to the local arts community is essential in promoting culture and art in our city.
We would like to thank all our guests, especially craftsmen and artists, for their loyalty and for choosing our hotel for their exhibitions. 


The MGallery Fontainebleau, our historic hotel, has been lucky enough to take part in many film shoots. If you look closely at Christian Duguay's film Jappeloup, starring Guillaume Canet, Marina Hands and Daniel Auteuil, you'll notice our emblematic decor.

In 2007, we also hosted the filming of some scenes from the movie Parlez-moi de la pluie, starring Agnès Jaoui, Jean-Pierre Bacri and Djamel Debouze. In 1979, the film Coup de tête by Jean-Jacques Arnaud starring Patrick Dewaere, France Dougnac and Jean Bouise was also shot in front of our hotel.

Fontainebleau has always been an artistic destination, and this is reflected in our participation in these film productions.

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Fontainebleau, the green lung of the Ile de France region, with its forest of over 22,000 hectares, protected by the Office National des Forêts, is an invitation to recharge one's batteries, to surpass oneself, to discover oneself, at the heart of nature. Classified as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and a particularly dynamic city in terms of art, history and leisure, it offers a multitude of possibilities.


It will be easy for you to find the one that will make your event an exceptional interlude! 


Activities Destination

  • introduction to rock climbing
  • sylvotherapy
  • nature tour on segway, bike, electric scooter 
  • horseback riding 
  • photographic workshop
  • initiation to the game of paume
  • orienteering races
  • treasure hunts
  • cultural rally
  • initiation to the Fontainebleau golf course (4 minutes from the hotel)


Compliance with legal obligations in the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry for your event From conception to completion, we are aware of the specific legal requirements that the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry must comply with. By choosing the Aigle Noir Fontainebleau MGallery hotel for your event, you can rest assured that we are committed to meeting professional and regulatory standards.