In Paris, each of the 20 districts, known as arrondissements have their own look and feel, and when it comes to nightlife it’s the same. You’ll find an extraordinary range of clubs and events that are perfect for night owls of all types...
Ra Ra Raspoutine
The very chic and trendy Chez Raspoutine just off the Champs-Elysées is popular with the jet set for dinner, cabaret and dancing. Located in a former Russian cabaret frequented by the arty set including Serge Gainsbourg, it’s a listed building that has retained its baroque style and glamorous blood red velvet décor.
From thermal baths to hot club
Les Bains were opened in 1985 as public baths for high society in the Marais district. A hundred years later, reinvented as a night club, they became Les Bains Douches attracting the likes of David Bowie, Johnny Depp, Naomi Campbell and Sean Penn.
A further rejuvenation saw this iconic venue reopened in 2015 as a 5 star luxury hotel with an excellent restaurant. In the elegant and legendary bar the bar staff mix magic in their cocktail shakers.
A night at the Museum
For something a bit different, many museums open for exceptional night time viewings of exhibitions and performances. The Palais de Tokyo remains open every day (except Tuesdays) until midnight, and in the basement you’ll find the trendy Yoyo club. Fondation Cartier opens late on Tuesdays and Fondation Louis Vuitton on weekends.