Clarion Collection Hotel Opera Pavillon
7, rue de Parme
Phone: (33) 1 55316000
Fax: (33) 1 55316001
Le Hammam Club is situated in the heart of Paris and to put all doubts at rest, it's not a sauna or a spa. The music is loud, the drinks are flowing and you have more than your fair share of beauties dressed in harem clothes, belly dancing and gyrating. Le Hammam Club also have their own music compilations. The club claims it is Morocco in the midst of Paris but actualy, it's a lot more. Join Le Hammam to groove to the beats of the DJ or live performers.
La Machine du Moulin Rouge is a swanky space not just for clubbing, but for other kinds of events as well. Three separate areas, namely the concert hall, the club, and the American bar, are all open for enjoying endless nights of partying. DJ performances, theme nights and dance nights attract the hip and young crowd of Paris.
Since opening in 2012, Dandy is become one of Paris' premier nightclubs. Open only on the weekend, the club is quite large. On the ground floor is a dance floor, with a quieter lounging area occupying the second floor. Live concerts occasionally take place here as well.
Situated in a historic structure, Le Carmen is the place where you would want to organize your next event. The neo-Baroque architecture of the 19th-century mansion is just awe-inspiring. Originally the home of the famous Parisian composer Georges Bizet, the cafe takes its name from this composer's most famous opera 'Carmen.' This venue has five rooms on two levels and they can be used for a range of private, cultural, and corporate events. In the past several years, the cafe has become a hub for Parisian hipsters and fashionistas alike; it's been known to host weekly indie, electronic and hip-hop concerts, DJs and fashion parties, as well as a weekly book swap and dance party.
The Gothic scene of Paris has a marvelous hideout just a short walk from the Place de Clichy: the Caves Le Chapelais is a night club and concert venue situated in a huge underground cavern split into two parts, forming a reception hall and a dance floor. The walls are built of unfinished stone, and the music is dark electronic, industrial, and new wave. Unusual and atypical events are often held in this unique space.
Opened in 1965, the Bus Palladium is a word class nightclub situated on the spot of l'Ange Rouge, a famous cabaret after the war. Throughout the years this hot spot has welcomed the public as well as celebrity figures such as Salvador Dali, Serge Gainsbourg the Beatles, and Patty Smith. Featuring a spectacular array of lights, mirrors, and disco balls, Bus Palladium keeps the party going all night long.
Rock and roll is alive and well at Pigalle Country Club. Inspired by New York rock bars, you can hear DJ sets and live performances here several times per week. The bar draws crowds with its amazing custom cocktails. Besides hosting performances and serving great drinks, Pigalle Country Club is also a small record label.
Calling all party lovers, Chez Moune is a popular club located in the 9th Arrondissement of the city. From live performances to entertaining DJ shows, this club hosts a varied range of events. If you are in the city, and would like to spend an evening getting better acquainted with Paris' vibrant nightlife, Chez Moune would be an ideal spot. This is one of the few clubs in the city which offers free entry. So party the night away without worrying about your savings.
If you want to have a carefree fun time then Fréquence Café would be a good option for you. Set in two levels, the ground floor is house to the cozy restaurant which hosts private parties and business dinners serving fine champagnes and dishes such as foie gras and duck confit. You can also try gourmet dishes like brick goat thyme and salmon steak with red butter. But the highlights are their theme nights and their basement club which is a 19th century vaulted cellar that is done up in style. Here the best DJs rock the house, making you sway to the music as if there is no tomorrow.
Le Karambole Café in the 18th Arrondisment of Paris, is synonymous with delicious sandwiches, burgers and delightful jazz. One of the many cafe-restaurants in the city, Karambole holds its own with exciting music events and DJ nights. The impeccable acoustics make it one of the most promising concert venues of Paris. Head here for a tryst with jazz or simply a session of sandwiches and French snacks. Call for more information.
This popular nightclub promises some of the craziest clubbing in Paris. Open most nights from dusk until dawn, Folies Pigalles is a veritable institution offering an eclectic mix of non-stop music spun by djs from all over the globe. The club has held onto some of its cabaret character (the building was originally an Italian Cabaret) and features decor decked out with red walls and disco balls. Frequent theme nights keep things interesting and guarantee a fresh experience every night.
Le Houdon is a small jazz bar in the 18th arrondissment of Paris. Everything from the blues, to covers and local artists perform there. It's a place you go to after work when you want to unwind with a glass of Pinot Noir or a just a nice chilled pint and listen to a rendition of Miles Davis. If this looks like your scene and you are into jazz then do give them a call for further information.