The Lido, Moulin Rouge and Paradis Latin; vive le cabaret!

The Lido, Moulin Rouge and Paradis Latin; vive le cabaret!

Published on In Discover Paris

Beautiful dancers, spectacular stage sets, gorgeous lighting, dazzling costumes and sequins galore; spending an evening at a cabaret in Paris is a wonderful way to celebrate the end of the year. The leading Parisian cabarets welcome you for the Christmas and New Year celebrations, so get ready to spend an exceptional, glamorous and absolutely unforgettable evening.


The Lido, on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées

Established in 1946, the Lido cabaret adds its lustre to the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Élysées. This is the home of the legendary dancers known as the Bluebell Girls. World famous for their beauty, they bestow their magic on the Lido’s stage every fabulous, dazzling evening.


The Moulin Rouge, in the heart of Pigalle

Situated at the foot of the hill of Montmartre, the Moulin Rouge is the symbol of the naughty neighbourhood of Pigalle and is easily recognisable by the illuminated red windmill standing atop its roof. All the risqué soul of Pigalle is found in this superb and historic cabaret, where the performing arts and the world of the night are one. The French Cancan, the high-kicking dance that was once considered so scandalous, was born in this prestigious Parisian venue.


The Paradis Latin, on the Left Bank

The Paradis Latin promises lovely nights of glittering entertainment on the Parisian Left Bank! Behind its eye-catchingly illuminated entrance, this oldest of the Parisian cabarets presents fun-filled and breezy revues performed by exceptional dancers. Feathers and glitter go hand in hand in this temple of beauty and grace.


For your break in Paris, book a room at the Hotel Arioso, located in the 8th arrondissement, a short stroll from such attractions as the Champs-Élysées, Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Place de la Madeleine.



For more information:

Lido de Paris
Moulin Rouge
Paradis Latin

Hotel Arioso, a 4-star hotel a few steps from Champs Elysées