Whether your year was full of trials or triumphs, we can all find a few good reasons to celebrate the end of 2018 and usher in a New Year. New Year’s Eve is an opportunity to treat yourself to a fun end to this season of fêtes, and it’s hard to think of a more glamorous way to say adieu to the année than taking yourself out for a night on the town in Paris. Here are some great options for celebrating the New Year in Paris.


One of the best luxury hotels in Paris, The Bristol has a three-Michelin-star restaurant with a view onto the leafy interior courtyard garden.
Le Bristol

New Year’s Eve at Le Bristol

If you’re in the mood for bubbles and bling, treat yourself to thee tasting menu at Le Bristol’s New Year’s Eve Dinner. Reserve in advance to be sure to enjoy one of the four proposed prix fixes, ranging from a four-course tasting menu (520 eur) and a six-course menu at the three-Michelin-star Epicure restaurant (1,200 eur).

The Hoxton Paris is one of the trendiest places to stay in the city for its design, including the atrium lobby with swerving staircase (left). The Hoxton also has one of the best cocktail bars in Paris and it does a mean mulled cider in winter (right).
The Hoxton

Hoxmas Cocktails at The Hoxton

Hipster hotel The Hoxton will wrap up its month-long Hoxmas Cocktails event on December 31. The hotel bar is proposing four limited-edition cocktails for the occasion: Spicy Wine Sour, Mandaritini, Jingle Bell, and Mulled Cider. Be sure to get your hands on one—or four—before it’s too late.

One of our favorite bars for cocktails on the Champs Elysées, Le Drugstore also puts on events for New Year's Eve.
Le Drugstore

New Year’s Eve at Le Drugstore Restaurant

Chef Eric Frechon will delight New Year’s Eve diners with his inspired tasting menu at Le Drugstore Restaurant. Reserve well in advance to be sure to get a table at what promises to be a indulgent evening of gastronomic delights and Champagne.

Wondering where to party in Paris? Le Gibus club puts on music events all year including on New Year's Eve.

Gibus New Year’s Eve

If you’re looking to dance the night away, get a late start at iconic Paris night club Gibus, where the DJ sets will start at 23h and go on into the New Year. DJs from around the world will animate an ambitious 15-hour-long dance party, scheduled to finish at 14h the next day.

If French cakes, tarts and pastries are all it takes to make you happy, then stop in at luxury Paris hotel Le Bristol for teatime.
Cafe Antonia

New Year’s Hot Chocolate at Le Bristol’s Cafe Antonia

Take yourself out for an afternoon delight of hot chocolate and pastries at chic Paris hotel Le Bristol. The hotel’s Café Antonia welcomes you with spice-infused hot chocolate and wintery sweet treats including fruitcake and chestnut gâteau with cinnamon and vanilla.

New Year's Eve in Paris is all about where to watch the fireworks.
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Le Bristol Paris – 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

The Hoxton – 30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris

Le Drugstore Restaurant – 133 Av. des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris

Gibus – 18 Rue du Faubourg du Temple, 75011 Paris

The Hoxton is one of the trendiest Paris hotels to stay at in the city and there are often events, including on New Year's Eve.
The Hoxton

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Emily Dilling

Emily Dilling is a France based writer and author of My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes. In 2005 Emily moved to Paris from her native California and began exploring the cities markets, restaurants, and cafés. In 2010 she founded the blog Paris Paysanne, where she writes about her favorite addresses and artisans in the city. Emily currently lives in the Loir-et-Cher region of France, where she writes and works in the grapevines.

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