Renovated and opened in December 2014 to bring them up to date, these two adjoining reception rooms allow you to receive your guests in a both historic and offbeat venue; a completely unique setting.
This Italian-style theatre built in 1900 and decorated by Antoine Bourdelle and Jules Chéret, is listed as an Historic Monument. This space is ideal for organising a prize giving ceremony, a show or a conference.
The Theatre foyer welcomes your guests for cocktails in a cosy atmosphere among the Grévin museum's first wax figures. It can also host a bar area for a dance in the Palais des Mirages.
With its sound and light system, as well as its optical illusions unique in the world, created by Eugène Hénard and presented at the Universal Exhibition of 1900, the Palais des Mirages is perfect to host a dance for an unforgettable end to the evening.
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Une soirée parfaite et inoubliable.