Atypical chalet atmosphere, Chocolate Bar and transparent bubble pop here and there in Paris, providing you with varied beverages, as well as typical dishes likely to warm you up.
The Eiffel Tower unveils its temporary winter 2019/2020 terrace: the Bulle Parisienne
This winter, the Eiffel Tower expects to amaze your taste buds. On the 1st floor of the Iron Lady, you’re welcomed by the Bulle Parisienne [Parisian Bubble] until April 2002. Under a transparent bubble, come and enjoy the unobstructed views while nibbling on sweet and savory treats. until April 2002. Under a transparent bubble, come and enjoy the unobstructed views while nibbling on sweet and savory treats."|image="gauche"]
Jardin Privé Bulle d’Hiver: Novotel Paris Les Halles presents a temporary winter bar
Since earlier this October 2019, Novotel Paris Les Halles Jardin Privé welcomes a temporary, transparent and heated bubble to make us enjoy the enchanting setting of the garden even during winter days!
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme Winter chalet 2019-2020
From November 14, 2019 to February 15, 2020, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme chalet is back on its winter terrace. For this new edition, the winter chalet takes us to the mysterious and unique world of gold diggers!
Paris: a Pierre Marcolini chocolate bar at Les Jardins du Marais
This winter, The Jardins du Marais Paris will make your heart melt and warm you up thanks to the Chocolate Bar by Pierre Marcolini is to be discovered from November 15, 2019 to late December 2019!
Le Royal Monceau funfair-inspired temporary terrace
From November 21, 2019 to mid-February 2020, Parisian palace Le Royal Monceau turns into a funfair by opening its temporary winter terrace. Between merry-go-rounds and snowcapped cabins, a true and tasty moment awaits you.
Le Perchoir Marais switches to Winter 2019/2020 mode
Like for every winter, Le Perchoir Marais puts its seasonal coat. This year, the famous rooftop perched on the roof of BHV Marais expects you from November 6, 2019!
Stay tuned to discover other winter temporary venues.
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