GRANDLIFE GUIDE: PARIS FASHION WEEK – NIGHTLIFE



Le Baron
6 Avenue Marceau
75008 Paris, France
01 47 20 04 01
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Note: Chances are you’ve already heard of Le Baron through its owner, Andre Saraiva’s worldwide network of dimly lit dens of sin – but when you’re in Paris, it’s always good to stop by and pay your respects to the original, the one and only: Le Baron Paris.

Le Montana
28 Rue Saint-Benoît
75006 Paris, France
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Note:  When you toss the keys to André Emmanuel and Purple Magazine’s Olivier Zahm and tell them to go wild, you get a pretty fantastic spot, typically known only as ‘Montana’. Expect a long line filled with long legs, Montana is a hotspot for models and the men who chase them.

ChaCha Club
47 Rue Berger  
75001 Paris, France
01 40 13 12 12
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Note: Run by the same people behind Hotel Du Nord, ChaCha plays home to some of the more glittery meets flannel crowd of Parisian nightlife, not to mention it’s the first on our list to also serve food – although we don’t think you’ll be eating too much with those dancing shoes on.

Le Pompon
39 rue des Petites Ecuries
75010 Paris
01 53 34 60 85
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Set in a former synagogue, Le Pompon is taking the 10th by storm as one of the newest additions to our Parisian nightlife list, largely because it’s where you’ll find some of the most unpretentious fun being had by the bright young things of Paris.

Le Progrés
1 Rue de Bretagne
75003 
Paris, France
01 42 72 01 44
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Note: The Bohemians’ Canteen, Le Progrès is one of the best spots in Paris for people watching. Inside you won’t find it much different than most Parisian Tabacs or Cafés, not to worry though: it’s the clientele that will keep your eyes entertained.

Hotel Costes
239 rue St-Honore

75001 Paris, France
01 42 44 50 00
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Note: It stands to reason that the most talked about hotel in Paris might have a bar worthy of a mention as well, and as frequent patrons of the permanent home of the Parisian jet set we can easily say that the bar at Hotel Costes is not to be missed.

La Flèche d’Or
102 Bis Rue de Bagnolet
75020 Paris, France
01 44 64 01 02
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Note: Named after the train line that formerly inhabited the space, you’ll now find some of the hottest names in nightlife pumping their signature style through the impressive 
sound system. Keep an eye out for our pals from DFA & Ed Banger, they’re always kicking around there.

La Fidélité
12 Rue de la Fidélité
75010 Paris, France
01 47 70 19 34
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Note: Good food (try the crispy beef cheek) meets the same, holier-than-thou vibe that we’ve come to know and love from each member of the Le Baron family. Come for a bite, stay for a drink. Don’t expect your non-Parisian accent to do you any favors though.

Wanderlust 
32 Quai d’Austerlitz
75013 Paris, France
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Note: From the masterminds behind Silencio and Social Club comes Wanderlust, a creative space that combines everything we love about Parisian nightlife and puts it under one pseudo-outdoor roof. During the months it’s open, expect to see some of the best the city has to offer. 

— Posted by GrandLife Hotels , October 1, 2012