Le Divan Du Monde

Paris, 75009 France
(+33) 140 050 699
Price : $$ (Moderate)

About Le Divan Du Monde

Perhaps one of the most historical clubs in Paris after the Moulin Rouge, Le Divan du Monde was frequented by the poet Baudelaire and the artist Toulouse-Lautrec in the days when it was “Le Divan Japonais.”  Today it retains it’s 19th century charm, while still being resolutely modern.  The plush, red neo-Gothic lounge furniture and smoke machine resides among the vaulted ceilings, two bars, and upstairs lounge.  The selection of indie rock, reggae, world music, funk, punk, hip hop, new wave, and fusion electro is mixed either by resident DJs Sébastien Kross, Ales F, Vintz or guest artists.  This rather large club is a bit outside the city center, but can hold up to 450 people, and seats are not difficult to obtain even at the peak moments of the evening.  This sumptuous club is nevertheless very easy on the budget.  Drinks are reasonably priced, ranging from 4 euros for a beer to about 10 euros for cocktails, with cheaper prices during the early evening happy hours.  Cover charge is also reasonably priced at about 10-12 euros, but the price may vary with special events.  Smart, casual dress code required.  Le Divan du Monde is open from Monday to Saturday, 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM.




More Info

Dress Code: Club Attire

Website: 75 rue des Martyrs


Join the discussion

comments powered by Disqus