8 Best Clubs in Paris

Get ready to party like a local in Paris! Spend your day at the Louvre then dance the night away at one of our 8 best clubs in Paris.

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  • 18 July 2022
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Are you ready to party in Paris? Might as well do it right! We’ve put together a list of the best night clubs in Paris so you can let loose after your day of sight-seeing. From open air boat venues to velvet-roped exclusive spots, Paris has it all. Wear your dancing shoes and be ready to stay out until the sun comes up.

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In no particular order...

1) The Rex

This techno/house spot has been partying since 1992. Rex's huge dance floor and curated playlist keep Paris locals coming back for more. With 70 speakers, the space is an immersive sound experience. They bring in big names like Daft Punk, D'Julz, Electric Rescue, Jennifer Cardini, and more. With events on all the time, you won't want to miss out on the fun.

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2) Bellevilloise

Located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, this New York loft-style space is open to all kinds of people. Not only is it a club but it's a cultural hub founded on openness to all types of creators. The venue itself contains a concert hall and a restaurant as well as the club. Its eclectic nature is reflected in the music, ranging from electronic and pop to soul or rock The stage is set low, allowing for more of a connection between artist and audience.

3) Pachamama

Pachamama is a true Paris party experience. In the heart of Paris near Place de la Bastille, this venue has five floors, giving it a huge capacity of 3000 square meters! This leaves lots of room to dance to the amazing music. They play a wide range of music including throwbacks, electronic beats and Spanish classics. Dress to impress for this ballroom-like club scene and party like a local.

4) L'Arc

Located near the Arc de Triomphe, L'Arc is one of the most iconic clubs in Paris. Sleep is for the weak when it comes to L'Arc; find your way in any time between Thursday- Saturday midnight to 6am. This venue has a very picturesque, luxury feel so you'll want to dress to look the part. They've hosted celebrities like Bella Hadid, The Weeknd, and Rihanna, so it's absolutely the place to be.

5) Badaboum

Located in the heart of Bastille, Badaboum is the place to be if you want a rave feel. Expect a packed dance floor and top-tier beats all night. You'll most likely be jamming out to EDM, house and hip hop. If you want to escape the crowd, the seating area provides a getaway to sit, socialize and enjoy a drink with friends. The dress code is smart casual and the drinks are reasonably priced. Don't miss out on the fun!

6) Raspoutine

Raspoutine is a former Russian cabaret turned Paris nightclub. This exclusive spot has hosted celebs like Kanye West and Leonardo DeCaprio. Although it's a Russian themed velvet venue, don't expect the music to be laid back and classy. DJs play electro-pop all night so be ready to dance until 5am. To play along with the Russian vibe, order an ice cold shot of vodka and get the party started.

7) Glazart

If you're looking for a laid back club vibe, Glazart is the place. Glazart is a former bus station turned night club. In the summer, in addition to putting on concerts and festivals, they even transform the parking lot into a beach-like venue with food trucks and twinkling lights. Another eclectic site, Glazart has a huge mix of genres when it comes to music. Expect anything from hip-hop to dubstep to metal. On the weekends, it's open from 9:00pm to 7am so don't make any big plans for the next day.

8) La Mazette

Get ready for the open-air boat experience that is La Mazette. Located at 69 Port de la Rapée, this venue has more of a bar feel to it, but plenty of room to dance and feel the summer breeze. It even includes a top deck smoking lounge to socialize and take a break from the crowd. La Mazette is open late and is a great place to end the night. Hop aboard and see what it's all about.

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