Celebrating New Year in Paris
Publish on Saturday, 10 December 2016 in Events
It’s the time when we bid goodbye to the year just passed and say hello to the one that’s coming. If you are staying in Paris during this festive period you’ll find that the capital certainly knows how to have fun. You can look forward to celebratory dinners, spectacular shows and a unique atmosphere during your stay at the Hotel Convention Montparnasse.
An extraordinary New Year’s Eve
Several great Parisian chefs pull out all the stops to create fabulous dishes for this special evening. If you would like to see Paris from a fresh perspective, why not have dinner on board a bateau mouche as it glides along the Seine? You’ll enjoy great views of the various illuminated monuments and savour a world-class meal amidst a refined and festive atmosphere. If you prefer to keep your feet on terra firma, numerous restaurants will welcome you. Want to dance after the meal? Le Solferino offers a delicious dinner followed by an evening hosted by a famous DJ. If you prefer to taste exceptional cuisine in a unique setting, the New Year's Eve dinner offered by the hotel restaurant is for you. If you want to spend an unforgettable night, try the Palais Garnier. In an enchanting setting, you can enjoy top-of-the-range menus concocted by the chef Chihiro Yamazaki, who cleverly revisits the classics of French cuisine.
A truly exceptional evening
This special evening continues in one of the famous Parisian cabarets. The Moulin Rouge, Paradis Latin, Lido or Crazy Horse each offer a night of music, dancing and spectacle that you’ll always remember. Alternatively, you might opt for a ballet at the Opéra de Paris or choose to spend an evening enjoying one of the musicals being presented at the end of the year, such as Oliver Twist or The Three Musketeers. You can easily travel throughout Paris from the Hotel Convention Montparnasse and discover what the capital has in store to celebrate the New Year. Among the options is a rendezvous with the magic of Disney in Disneyland, or the Cirque du Phénix, which presents a show tinged with Cuban heat on the Pelouse de Reuilly.