Cabaret Shows in Paris: A Spectacular Entertainment Extravaganza
Cabaret shows in Paris don't come any better than the world famous Paradis Latin. This heritage site, valued for its entertaining shows, was initially built in 1803 and reconstructed by Gustave Eiffel in 1889. The performances have remained in high regard, throughout the centuries, by cabaret fans worldwide. Situated in the heart of the Latin Quarter, near the Pantheon and Notre Dame, the Paradis Latin invites you to its special Valentine's Day show, Paradis a la Folie. Hotel Eden is located in close proximity to the venue.
Cabaret Shows in Paris: Origins and Early Beginnings
Napoleon Bonaparte gave orders for the construction of the Paradis Latin theatre in 1803 and the venue fast became a popular hang-out for literary artists, such as Alexandre Dumas and Balzac. This earned it the title of "the literary watering hole" and artists would come and quench their thirst for the best in Parisian cabaret. The show's popularity continued to increase, until the venue burnt down, bringing the show to a sudden halt. When Gustave Eiffel reconstructed it, the Paradis Latin enjoyed a revival.
Shows highlight the past and present times of Paris, through dance, acrobatics and trapeze acts. Performances are stunning and dancers captivate audience members. During the show, you'll be treated to a special dinner and menu, consisting of gastronomical delights. Be enthralled by the magic and romance of Paris and the Paradis a la Folie, the perfect event for lovers.
Enjoy Cabaret Shows in Paris while staying at the Hotel Eden
The Hotel Eden is conveniently located in close proximity to the Paradis Latin and is a favourable hotel residence for those who expect high quality service. Our hotel has a fresh, and contemporary style and our staff members will instantly make you feel welcome and at ease. Enjoy breakfast in the Zen styled garden. The surrounding natural elements evoke relaxation, allowing you to unwind, recharge and feel fully revitalised.
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