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Folies Bergère

The Folies Bergère is a name which for more than two hundred years has evoked one of the world's most prestigious music halls; because it was at the Folies Bergère that during the 19th century, the first music hall variety show was born. Dedicated to entertainment, les Folies Bergère was to become an example of its type.

Born in the aftermath of the war of 1870, this place introduced the Belle Epoque to our times, all the stars of a difficult and popular art form, all the music, all the fashions from a century which was full of upheavals and changes.

In years gone by it was Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier, Joséphine Baker, Charles Trenet, Fernandel and Jean Gabin who immortalised the Folies Bergère, as well as the variety shows such as Folie je t'adore, Folies de Paris et Folies en folie. From the 90s, the style has changed and is now aimed more at musical comedy, notably with Fame in 1998, and more recently Danse Sing.

Having inspired both novelists and painters, such as Manet who in 1882 painted the famous Bar at the Folies Bergere showing a barmaid lost in thought, the Folies Bergère is an unforgettable place.

Folies Bergèrespecial selection of our hotels


  • From 116 Timhotel Palais Royal

    Near the Louvre and Chatelet. Very charming address. Guest rooms with AC

    Not far from the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Palais Royal is located in the historical and cultural centre of Paris. This art-deco-bedecked Haussmann-style hôtel de charme, which is near everything, will...

    Next to the Palais Royal and the Montorgueil district

  • From 69.3 Timhotel Paris Gare du Nord

    Facing Gare du Nord rail station (ex Kyriad)

    Perfectly located for business and tourist trips just opposite the Gare du Nord train station (Eurostar, Thalys), near the Stade de France (5 min.), the Villepinte Exhibition Centre (15 min.), Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (20 min.) and 15...

    Facing Gare du Nord rail station (SNCF, Eurostar, Thalys)

  • From 101 Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins

    In the theaters District and close to the Opera

    Not far from gare Saint-Lazare and from the business central district, the Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins will welcome you in the heart of the 9th arrondissement in a magnificent Haussmann-style building. Ideally located rue La...

    Boutique Hotel between the Opera and Pigalle