A Night out on the Town Begins at the Aquarium de Paris
For years, the Aquarium de Paris has been entertaining children with exciting marine life and tons of interesting facts about underwater animals. Through lively shows, epic films and hands-on workshops, kids can discover a world that they never knew existed. Now, however, the Aquarium de Paris is no longer just for kids. Beginning on September 28, 2013, it will also turn into a restaurant and club open from 9 p.m.
This new and exciting concept is happening in none other than the City of Light. Not only will the new spot welcome patrons for dinner, it will also transition seamlessly into a nightclub starting at 10 p.m. so that guests do not have to wait until the late evening hours to start dancing, like they normally do. The club will then stay open until 4 a.m., guaranteeing that the party won't stop until the early morning hours.
Guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées are in the right spot to join this party, as the aquarium is located at 5 Avenue Albert de Mun, right near the Trocadero Square in the 8th arrondissement. With easy access from the Champs-Elysées, the Aquarium de Paris could be a great place to start or end the night.
The restaurant is situated in the mezzanine of the club, with an impressive view of an eight-meter high aquarium filled with 600,000 liters of water. Diners can therefore watch exotic fish swim around as they enjoy local and responsibly produced dishes from the Aquarium de Paris kitchen. In fact, the Aquarium owns its own farm just 220 kilometers outside of Paris, so they can guarantee the quality and freshness of the ingredients used.
The exotic fish aquarium also adds to the nightlife ambiance, as the fish swim around to club beats. The fish may be the first to shake their tails, but the club-goers will soon join them and continue well into the night.