Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Paris

Le Carmen
Located in a beautiful building in the centre of Paris, Le Carmen has become the established favourite for fashion show after parties and wild-eyed nights
Lounge Bar
The lush bar within the design dedicated Hotel Pershing Hall.
Crazy Horse
World famous cabaret with an emphasis on the elegance of the female form...
La Nuit Elastique
Rubber, latex, leather dress code. Enough said.
Point Ephémère
Edgy urban and cultural; there should be more places like this.
La Flèche d’Or
This abandoned metro station has been given new lease of life by trendy art students.
Franc Pinot de L’Île Saint Louis
This sophisticated jazz club is authentically smoke-filled and dimly lit
Batofar
The unusual setting on a boat makes this an unforgettable clubbing experience.
Wanderlust
The Seine-side Wanderlust has finally brought some spark to the neglected 13th arrondissement. Since its founding, it’s quickly become the spot to drink, snack, and dance on the Austerlitz end of the river. 
Favela Chic
It may not be chic in the Parisian sense of the word but they throw a good party.
Music at Chatelet
This bustling area of the Marais is a constant buzz of conversation and music. While on your shopping spree stop at this busy metro station and enjoy some truly excellent musicians.
Castel
Exclusive and intimate Castel is a place to see and be seen.
Cabaret
A glitzy restaurant/bar/club where the well-heeled like to party.
Black Calvados
Popular with the permatanned the Parisians and the internationals Black Calvados is both free and fun to enter.
The Art Room
A sophisticated interior and meticulously constructed cocktails herald a new trend in Parisian cocktail bars...
Social Club
Mortal or superhero wiggler or watcher you're bound to have a good night at the this social club.
Silencio Club
Sure to be a pilgrimage spot for design geeks, this classy number has been David Lynch's baby, and she's all grown up.
ShowCase
Find your way to the bar lose yourself in the crowd and dance until dawn.
Rex
Rex hosts international DJs and has a sound system worthy of their status.
Queen
One of Paris' most famous clubs on its most famous street.
Pink Paradise
Head to rue de Ponthieu for a lap dance in David Guetta's 'Pink Paradise'.
Nouveau Casino
Gigs start the week whilst serious club nights end it and Thursdays are caught somewhere in between. Carefully designed industrial space colonized by cool natives who are just as loyal to the same-owned Café Charbon next door perfectly placed fo
Mix Club
Ministry of Sound's residency in Paris - that says it all.
Maxim’s
Most will recognise this Parisian heritage brand but only a select few are able to grace its after hours events.
L’Opa
Friendly staff and tasty cocktails ensure L'Opa is packed with young trendy things.
Le VIP Room
Champagne and bling and all things 'in' that's what the VIP room is made of.
Le Regine
Slinky and sultry follow the crowd to Le Regine.
Le Redlight
David Guetta's club is all about go go go.
Le Raspoutine
Carnivalesque styling and a covert door policy make this the party for any A-lister in Paris.
Le Matignon
Surrealist designs meet typical Parisian opulence at this restaurant-lounge-bar for the rich and their model escorts.
Le Gambetta
Show your enthusiasm and keep the party going - power to the people.
Le Duplex
A very popular laid-back boys-only bar in Paris' vibrant gay quarter.
Le Divan du Monde
An eclectic line-up of music, art and film can be found in this opulent theatre.
Le ChaCha
Cha cha cha on down to the rue Berger where the civilized meets the unpredictable.
Le Cameleon
An atmospheric jazz club popular with young Parisians.
Le Bataclan
Small and intimate for a concert-hall it's big by club standards so plenty of room to dance.
Le Baiser Sale
'Salty' or not this is one kiss you want to pucker up for.
L’Attirail
Cheer on the unshaven accordionist who's probably drunker than you and be sure to bring a passport photo to pin on the already covered wall and leave a part of you (if not your heart) in Paris.
L’Arc Paris
If any club could have revellers brazenly ripping off their Chanel blouses and sprawling suggestively on the dance floor, it's L'Arc Paris.
La Mecanique Ondulatoire
Three levels of retro new-wave fun.

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