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Ring in 2024 with a splash: Paris’ Top 5 New Year’s Eve parties

As the countdown to 2024 begins, it’s time to don your most fabulous attire and paint the town red, white, and blue. Here are my picks for the top 5 parties that promise to make your New Year’s Eve in Paris a night to remember – I’m really struggling to pick between only five … why can’t I be cloned?!

Madame Arthur’s Christmas Extravaganza at Le Divan du Monde

Step into the world of extravagance and Pigalle impertinence at Madame Arthur’s NYE Party. Expect a Franglish (bilingual in French and English) spectacle, and a night of non-stop clubbing. Madame Arthur opens its doors to everyone, so get ready for a night where elegance meets cheekiness.

This will be an authentic French cabaret-style experience. I’ve been clubbing there for years now, it can only be a hit! Bear in mind that the music selection is very French, so if you’re not familiar with French tunes you might want to pick another party of this list.

Madam Arthur’s

Location: Le Divan du Monde, 75 R. des Martyrs, 75018 Paris, France
Time: 8 p.m. – 6 a.m.
Price: Starting at 40 euros (totally worth it!)
Booking: Madame Arthur NYE Party II

Nouvel An des Ambassadeurs at Salons Hoche

Join 1,300 privileged guests in the 19th-century Hotel Particulier for a refined New Year’s Eve extravaganza. With two DJs, two dance floors, and a majestic setting, Salons Hoche promises a night of opulence and celebration. And don’t miss the breathtaking countdown to 2024, just 200 meters from the Arc de Triomphe.

Salons Hoche

Location: Salons Hoche, 9 Av. Hoche, 75008 Paris, France
Time: 9 p.m. – 5 a.m.
Price: 65 euros (3 drinks included) or 75 euros (5 drinks included)
Booking: You can get tickets here.

Aquarium’s New Year Eve

Yes, you read the title right: this nightclub is a freaking aquarium! Dive into a unique New Year’s experience surrounded by giant aquariums and 10,000 fish at the Aquarium. Dance the night away with a panoramic view of the Eiffel Tower, unlimited prosecco from midnight to 1 a.m. and a soundtrack featuring the best tunes of the past two decades. This club is insane, and will for sure be the most unique NYE party you’ll ever attend.

Aquarium de Paris

Location: Aquarium de Paris, 5 Av. Albert de Mun, 75116 Paris, France
Time: All night long!
Price: Starting at 49 euros
Booking: You can get tickets here

Rooftop Montmartre’s Exceptional Panoramic Club

Elevate your New Year’s celebration at Rooftop Montmartre, perched at the foot of the Sacré-Cœur. With a 360-degree view of Paris, an open bar of bubbles, and a dance floor playing all the hits, this is an unforgettable way to start 2024. If you’ve never been to Montmartre, it’s a very artsy, bohemian neighbourhood in Paris. It’s located on top of a hill, meaning the view is absolutely breathtaking. This rooftop is absolutely unique, not only for its architecture but also for its location. Should be a great one!

Rooftop Montmartre

Location: Rooftop Montmartre, 5 Rue Saint-Éleuthère, 75018 Paris
Time: 10 p.m. – 5 a.m.
Price: 70 euros (3 drinks + open bar prosecco)
You can get tickets here

YOYO, Palais de Tokyo: Famous New Year Big Party 2024

Join more than 1,400 partygoers for a night of glamour and excitement at YOYO, Palais de Tokyo. The Palais de Tokyo is the coolest contemporary art museum in Paris, and its club is no less cool. With an unbeatable location facing the Eiffel Tower, this club is set to make Paris tremble as the clock strikes midnight. Choose your ticket, grab your drinks, and get ready for a night of pure Parisian chaos.
Location: YOYO, Palais de Tokyo, 13 Av. du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris,
Time: 10 p.m. – 5 a.m.
Price: Starting from 49 euros
Booking: Famous New Year YOYO


As the clock strikes midnight, and the City of Lights transforms into a dazzling dance floor, you’ll find yourself in the midst of a New Year’s Eve extravaganza that make even Mona Lisa crack a smile.

Whether you’re dancing under the sea with Nemo’s distant cousins, raising your glass at an exclusive rooftop shindig or shaking it like there’s no tomorrow at Madame Arthur’s Christmas Extravaganza, get ready for a New Year’s Eve so epic that even the Eiffel Tower will be doing the Can-Can.

À la vôtre, mes amis!


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Charlotte Laborie grew up in England, Belgium and Switzerland. Charlotte then moved to Paris and graduated from Sciences Po Paris. She is still based in Paris, where she works in marketing.

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