Our favourites for your end-of-year party!

If you are looking to do things on a grand scale, searching for something more offbeat, or wanting to wine and dine in an outstanding setting, then take a look at our selection of favourite addresses to find your perfect party venue!

The festive season is the ideal opportunity to get colleagues and clients together in a dream setting. Whether it be a huge hall for an evening with dancing, a mobile restaurant to admire the capital’s most beautiful monuments, a green setting in the heart of Paris, a hôtel particulier for a New Year’s Eve party, or a gastronomic restaurant at the Palace of Versailles… the City of Light offers you endless ways to make your event unforgettable.


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Think big

Carreau du temple - Halle jour , Paris © Fernando Javier Urquijo

For a big evening event for your clients and colleagues, why not choose the Carreau du Temple, for up to 2,000 people, in the vibrant Marais district. Or the impressive rooms, for up to 4,000 people, equipped with the latest technology, at the Docks de Paris. Why not make a lasting impression on your guests by privatizing the Opéra Comique  (for up to 1,200 people), a historic institution, where some of the greatest musical masterpieces made their début, or the Pavillon d’Armenonville (up to 2,000 people), a former hunting lodge, in a green setting with lake view, at the edge of the Bois de Boulogne?

Dare to be original

Manko Paris - Bar déco © Moma Selection

Dare to be original for your end-of year-party and give your guests a real surprise!
Opt for a cosy karaoke party at the Shibuya Karaoké — rooms for 4 to 12 people (30 people in total for a private party); a fantastic dinner and show from Reminisens that takes you to the midst of 17th- and 18th-century intrigues, complete with costumed characters and dishes from the period; an offbeat party at Manko Paris, a gastronomic Peruvian restaurant on Avenue Montaigne that turns into a burlesque cabaret from 10.30pm; or a trip on the Bus Burger, (31 seats), for a moveable feast as you see the sights of Paris go by.

Make a toast in a splendid setting

Palais Vivienne - Salon des Quatre Saisons - 3, Paris © OTCP

Choose a splendid setting for your end-of-year event in Paris to make it a moment to remember for your colleagues. For a refined and intimate atmosphere for a party of 400 people, hold an evening reception in a hôtel particulier like the Pavillon Kléber, situated between the Arc de Triomphe and Trocadéro; at Châteauform’ City les jardins with its 800 m² of green spaces, a few steps from Saint Germain des Près; or at the Palais Vivienne  with its impressive private art collection, offering 4 reception rooms for a cocktail party of up to 80 people. For an upscale evening function, the Salon des Miroirs, tucked away in the Passage Jouffroy, offers a well-equipped and exceptional setting that can host up to 400 people; the Arc Paris, with a view of the Arc de Triomphe from its garden terrace, hosts your evening party of up to 600 people. For a more intimate party, a 40 m² reception room at the Villa Haussmann, emblematic of Haussmann Paris, is available for private hire for 30 people in cocktail configuration or for 16 for a sit-down dinner.   

Give your taste buds a treat

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Restaurants in the capital offer you everything from modern and refined to traditional and popular cuisine, and from contemporary to historic decor … Enjoy a truffle-based tasting menu at Truffes Folies (up to 24 people). Revel in the captivating setting of Rural by Marc Veyrat  (300 sit-down places), inspired by inns of the past, in the centre of the Palais des Congrès de Paris. Savour a gastronomic meal like at the time of the Sun King at Ore-Ducasse, in the Pavillon Dufour at the Palace of Versailles, which offers another take on feasts of the past. Or opt for the friendly and modern environment of the Jeroboam and its private wine cellar (40 people in cocktail configuration). Finally, for a mythical meal, Lapérouse - a Parisian institution since 1766 and a meeting place for everyone on the Paris political and cultural scene of the era - accommodates up to 120 people for a sit-down dinner.