This little open-air paradise, situated on the banks of the Seine in western Paris, welcomes you for a moment of relaxation and sharing. At the end of the day, you can enjoy activities and workshops that will help you to unwind. The decoration of the site will delight those who love guinguettes and they can dance to their heart’s content under the multi-coloured lanterns that dangle over the dance floor!
Le Faust, tucked under the Alexander III Bridge, consists of three separate spaces for fun until the early hours. Start with an apéritif on the terrace, then visit the second bar for a delicious cocktail before dancing the night away in the basement clubroom to the latest Electro hits.
Whether it’s day or night, spend time at La Concrete, a temple of leisure and the first club in Paris to stay open for 24 hours a day every weekend. This barge hosts fun-lovers of every description who get together to dance non-stop to techno and electro sounds.
Le Wanderlust is situated on one of the terraces of the Cité de la Mode & du Design. It offers a magical view over the Seine against a minimalist techno and house music background. The more intimate surroundings indoors allow revellers to continue enjoying themselves until late into the night.
La Communion (formerly the Nüba) is the rendezvous for Parisian night owls. It offers three different musical spaces, one with caliente sounds, another in which the atmosphere is more intimate, and a third where music is electro. There’s plenty of choice, a multitude of possibilities and atmospheres. Something for every taste!
Le Batofar is moored right in front of the French National Library. Its twinkling red warning light will guide you to a festive evening among friends. The venue hosts events and concerts throughout the year as well as underground artists who will be favourites with fans of Drum ‘n’ Bass and other types of electronic music.
Le OFF Paris Seine
This floating hotel-bar on the Seine will rock you gently at the end of the day. Its magnificent setting, the turquoise blue pool and large windows offer a multitude of views from which to admire Paris and the Seine, cocktail in hand. Be aware, however, that the OFF’s bar food is reserved for hotel patrons.
Le Petit Bain
The programming is a mixture of styles, with expert DJs at the weekend, an intimate music venue. This cultural spaceship will take you on a sea voyage even though you are still moored at the quayside! You will certainly have a great evening on the "island in the city" right on the Seine.
As soon as the sun comes out, Parisians arrange to meet at Le Flow, right next to the Alexander III Bridge, to drink an apéritif with friends in a holiday atmosphere. With its restaurant, bar, concert hall and club, there’s always plenty of atmosphere. In summer, the barge makes you feel you are out in the country, with its rooftop, temporary beach and deckchairs right in the heart of Paris.
Rosa Bonheur sur Seine
This barge moored on the Seine is an echo of its big sister at Buttes Chaumont. It is in the same “guingette” style and has the same relaxed and friendly atmosphere for after-work get-togethers and enjoyable evenings. After a glass of wine, accompanied by tapas, the clientele gradually takes to the floor to dance the night away!