Quality Suites Les Impressionnistes-Pontoise
55 Chemin de la Chapelle
Phone: (33) 1 34417040
Fax: (33) 9 72305067
55 Chemin de la Chapelle Saint Antoine / Bldg. A , Ennery, FR, 95300
- Phone: (33) 1 34417040
- Fax: (33) 9 72305067
This cafe is much more than a regular coffee-serving joint. What you get is a super-friendly atmosphere where live jazz takes the center stage on most nights of the week. Gear up to listen to some of the best local and national talents in jazz, as you sip on a cup of cappuccino and dig into some snacks. The ambience is cozy which makes it a great place to unwind.
La Pagode makes the otherwise quaint neighborhood in the Pierrelaye, come alive. Party goers flock to this hip venue on regular basis to groove to the tunes of DJ Fred and DJ Didier. During weekends, the club revels in the brilliant live gigs and other entertaining events that are held here. If you do not prefer loud music and noisy crowd, book a private room exclusive for your friends. In short, stepping into the La Pagode is like entering a haven of fun.
Nestled at one end of the entertainment venue, Palais des Congrès de Paris, is an elegant and vibrant clubbing venue. A huge chandelier hanging from the ceiling, smack in the center of the room, lends to this club its elegant streak. Some nights DJs, while on others live performers fill this place with their melodies. Renowned names like Flo Rida, Rihanna, Timbaland, Niki Belucci, P.Diddy and Pussycat Dolls, have graced this place with their performances. If the thumping music gets too much, head out to the terrace and enjoy your drink in tranquility.
The 16th Arrondissement witnesses one of the most exciting entertainment venues in the city. Whether its the plush bar, the loud and fluorescent nightclub, the swanky restaurant, the artsy gallery, or the place for your special themed events, this place will make sure you have a memorable time. The service is extremely professional and they come up with innovative ideas for your private celebrations. Try from their creative cocktails available at the bar; from the old Cuban, carol channing, to the pink martinis, raspberry collin's and much more. Check out the website or call ahead to plan your next event.
Le Duplex Club is one of the most pleasingly eclectic nightclubs in Paris. Although the clientele is drawn mostly from the surrounding neighborhood, it is quite a popular amongst tourists too. The club's bowling alley and weekly fashion shows are worth a special trip. The music at Duplex includes lots of techno and disco. The bowling upstairs is also a must-see. Everyday is a special day at this club.Check the website for daily themes.
This unique nightclub has been refurbished to create an ambiance that exudes an elegant but relaxed air. You can sit on the first floor and make conversation over cocktails, or head downstairs to dance the night away to some racy numbers the DJ spins. You can even sit outdoors at one of the tables on the pavement, if you want to tuck into some food.
Le Karambole Café in the 18th Arrondisment of Paris, is synonymous with delicious sandwiches, burgers and delightful jazz. One of the many cafe-restaurants in the city, Karambole holds its own with exciting music events and DJ nights. The impeccable acoustics make it one of the most promising concert venues of Paris. Head here for a tryst with jazz or simply a session of sandwiches and French snacks. Call for more information.
The Gothic scene of Paris has a marvelous hideout just a short walk from the Place de Clichy: the Caves Le Chapelais is a night club and concert venue situated in a huge underground cavern split into two parts, forming a reception hall and a dance floor. The walls are built of unfinished stone, and the music is dark electronic, industrial, and new wave. Unusual and atypical events are often held in this unique space.
It's name says it all. This club is fit for a 'disco queen' and it's never a dull night, regardless of the day of the week. Underground celebrities of the DJing world flock to this risque and lavish party scene. Fashionable concerts, and blow-out parties are a passionate pass time for this dance mecca. Featured guests have included Claude Monet, David Guetta, Nick Nice and Rony. Whether it's ladies night or any other event night, Queen will make you feel like a star.
There is a big portrait of Bukowsky, the famous American writer, at the entrance of this restaurant and bar. In fact, Barfly is also the name of his famous book. Come here for some delicious international cuisine or a drink with friends. The atmosphere is relaxing and the service excellent.
Le Hammam Club is situated in the heart of Paris and to put all doubts at rest, it's not a sauna or a spa. The music is loud, the drinks are flowing and you have more than your fair share of beauties dressed in harem clothes, belly dancing and gyrating. Le Hammam Club also have their own music compilations. The club claims it is Morocco in the midst of Paris but actualy, it's a lot more. Join Le Hammam to groove to the beats of the DJ or live performers.
Run by Régine, the Parisian club scene's grand dame, this very exclusive nightclub has over the decades welcomed successive generations of the silk-tie-and-satin-knickers brigade. Even if the club's exotic, kitschy interior has seen better days, it won't disappoint those who prefer to let their hair down with people from the same social milieu. This legendary dance palace certainly intends to remain the Parisian show business scene's favorite. Long live Régine!