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If you are looking for one of the most extravagant gay nightclubs in Paris, then the Queen club Paris might be the place for you. This is one of the oldest and most luxurious gay clubs in Paris, and its reputation precedes it. A strong local following has built, as well as regular tourists coming to see what all the fuss is about. The overall atmosphere is buzzing.
The venue has a strong focus on the lounge element, but there is enough space for dancing if you feel like it. The seating is plentiful and there are many large booth type seats. But you might have to share one large booth with a few others if you are on your own or in a small party, as the venue gets absolutely packed.
There is some more private seating on platforms, where you can safely observe the goings on in the rest of the room without needing to join them. If you want a genuine VIP experience, get yourself dressed up, order bottle service, and book one of these tables. You will be the star of the night.
The beautiful black and gold decor with mirrored features leaves you feeling you are in the middle of an incredibly high class hotel or casino. It doesn't have the tacky looks that some cheaper Paris nightclubs have, and the atmosphere is one of pure luxury. You are escaping the Parisian streets and retreating into your own private setting in a way.
The lighting is truly state of the art, and the walls come to life with the bright colours and strobes. It is also very flattering, perfect for selfies. Recommended not to use too much make up or highlighter, though, because the tones of the lights can literally bounce it.
The music is some of the best nightclub music in Paris, and they will play something for all tastes as the nights go on. Largely electronic, techno, and house, but a bit of hip hop, r&b, and sometimes pop and rock. The mix works quite well throughout the night.
The drink selection is breathtaking. If your idea of an excellent club night out is kicking back and relaxing, popping a bottle with some beautiful people and enjoying the view, then this is a great place. But don't bother with soft drinks or water, both of which are overpriced. If you want to enjoy yourself focus on the wines, which are delectable.
Like all French clubs, the action really starts later on in the night. Arriving before twelve is kind of pointless, and you should at least stay until two or three. The best time to arrive is probably one to two, so that you can get in, but still enjoy the crowd.
You don't need to be gay and beautiful to get in, but it helps. Besides that, booking table service, getting on the guest list, or arriving a bit earlier can all help you get in before it gets too busy.
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