Paradis Latin in Paris
The French capital is famous for its stage shows and the Paradis Latin Cabaret is amongst the very best in Paris. Taking place at the renowned Paradis Latin Paris theatre, the show combines everything from acrobatics to traditional cabaret.
Visitors wishing to take in one of the daily Paradis Latin cabaret shows should stay at a hotel near the Champs Elysees. The Radisson Blu Champs-Elysees mirrors the elegance of the show with 46 classically designed rooms, many of which provide guests with fantastic views of the centre of Paris.
The Paradis Latin cabaret experience
The Paradis Latin in Paris operated as a theatre for much of the 19th century before burning down, being rebuilt and eventually reopening in its current guise in 1970. The theatre is comprised of two exquisitely styled levels, with the main room able to seat 500 cabaret fans whilst the upper mezzanine level can accommodate a further 200.
Created by Christian Dura and Molly Molloy, the performance is peppered with acrobatic tricks as well as traditional stage stunts. The highlight of the show is the rousing full cast cabaret songs and dances, which echo the rich history of the Paradis Latin theatre in Paris.
As well as experiencing the sights and sounds of the Paradis Latin cabaret show, tourists can enjoy a fantastic meal throughout the performance or a glass of champagne at their own personal table.
Staying in Paris
The Radisson Blu Champs-Elysees allows guests to easily visit the Paradis Latin in Paris as well other sites the city is famed for. After a full day exploring Paris, tourists can unwind in the hotel's bar or dine on some French cuisine at the La Place restaurant.