Comfort Hotel Mouffetard/Latin Quarter
56, rue Mouffetard
Phone: (33) 1 43361700
Fax: (33) 1 43362578
A trip to Paris is like one big party. Whether it is their food, regular concerts and performances, or their lively night scene, this city is perfect for those who are looking to have a good time. Paris has numerous bars and clubs that cater to the young and restless, and Cap Rouge is one of them. Located in the 5th Arrondissement, this is where young Parisians go to dance and unwind. This club has also earned the reputation of being the best hangout owing its happy hours. Also, the premises including the lounge, club and technical equipment can be hired for private events such as birthday and stag parties.
Paris is not at a loss for Irish pubs, but very few have the feel of a pub back in Eire. Fifth Bar mixes good old-fashioned craic with the atmosphere of a real American bar, screening both soccer and American football (soccer), and serving pints of Guinness while throwing American-themed nights. Tuesdays and Thursdays are student nights, so bring student I.D. for even more discounts. The bar is cozy, the staff is friendly, and it's opened until the metro re-opens in the morning; a perfect place to wait to go home for your Sunday morning post-drinking nap. -Emily Monaco
At La Pomme d'Eve, patrons enjoy quality drinks and diverse entertainment every night of the week, including live concerts and a big screen television showing all the big games, particularly soccer and rugby. South African in enthusiasm for rugby and drink specials, La Pomme d'Eve always provides a good time. In addition to the entertainment, late-night (to early-morning!) weekend hours and a pleasant, softly lit ambiance make this establishment a beloved nightspot.
Le Crocodile is well-known for the size of its menu; pages and pages of cocktails are available for EUR8 apiece, and every night before midnight, the prices drop to EUR6. The waiter leaves a pen and paper at your table so that you can record your own order from the vast selection of choices. Regulars hang out here until dawn - maybe they're trying to taste every cocktail on the menu? -Emily Monaco
Café Universel is one of the finest jazz clubs of Paris. Universel's vocal jam sessions on Tuesday nights are very popular with club-hoppers, as they throng the cafe in large numbers. Jazz concerts and festivals along with cocktail parties, birthdays and various other events feature on the itinerary of the club. Binge on the delicious snacks and booze, while the music plays on. Jazz lovers head to Café Universel and have a gala time! Call ahead for more information.
A few steps away from the sacred Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, and on the boulevard St Germain, this club is ideally placed. All kinds of music are played, on the 3 different areas. Theme nights add the spunk to this this club. Drinking a cocktail at Le Roméo Club Paris is a must! It is also possible to rent the whole club for a private party. For more information, you can also check out their website.
Le Caveau des Oubliettes is one of the most happening night spots in the city of Paris, and is a delight for club-hoppers. The music is predominantly jazz, but all genres of music, from blues and rock to soul and funk, find expression at this club. A plethora of concerts, band performances and musical events are held at this venue. A major attraction at the club are the jam sessions every night, which get the crowds grooving till the wee hours of dawn. Beat the chill of Paris with some hot music at Caveau des Oubliettes!
This piano and cabaret bar is situated in the Paris' lively 5th arrondissement. Aux Trois Maillets is situated in an ancient stone building - so old that some of its patrons are rumored to include those who built the Notre Dame cathedral. It is an exciting and popular spot for nightlife, with shows ranging from tap dancers and singers to jazz, Brazilian and soul concerts.
A night club with regular salsa nights, Latino nights, and Friday night mixing funk, disco, soul, pop, and 80s music, Le Saint delights its variety of crowds. The unique disco is nestled in old cellars with some of the original stone vaults peeking through. The space may be rented for student events.
This caveau is one of the most popular entertainment places in Paris. Located near the Sorbonne, the place has been the dance paradise for generations of students and other visitors for more than 50 years. The most famous and prestigious American and European jazzmen have played here, including Maxim Saury. On two floors, happy tourists and students dance until the next morning.
This club really is a cut above the rest. Reserved for the upper echelons of Parisian society - politicians, show-biz celebrities and sports personalities mingle amongst the select clientèle who gather here to eat, drink and have fun. Having said that - the elegant and eligible might stand a chance of gaining entrance to the plush red velvet and golden interior. The "chosen ones" converse amid the richly decorated rooms of this three-story private mansion, while others enjoy the basement dance floor. If you want to enjoy the luxury bistro restaurant serving French gastronomic delights of refined quality, it is advisable to book in advance.
Jane Club is one of the best places for live music in Paris. Located underground in Saint Germain des Prés, this club is steeped in history. In the 1940s, it was a popular whiskey bar for American sailors and later a venue for rock 'n' roll in the 1960s. It is also the place where Jim Morrison performed as well as spent his last hours before his death. Their music legacy lives on with theme nights and live concerts across an array of genres like jazz, soul, house and electro-funk.