The oldest bar in Paris devoted to this festive drink is Le Dokhan’s, at the Radisson Blu hotel, near to Trocadéro. Wood-panelling, mirrors and candles make this a classy place.
The bar of the Hôtel Sezz, called "La Grande Dame", is entirely devoted to the celebrated Veuve Cliquot champagne. For a peak experience, head up the Eiffel Tower where you can enjoy a glass of bubbly with awe-inspiring views from a height of 276 metres above Paris!
If you dream of toasting each other at the top of the Eiffel Tower with dazzling views of the city, there is a Champagne Bar on the top floor of the famous monument!
For a more intimate experience, the champagne cellar Dilettantes offers tasting sessions with new vintages, in a charming cellar located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Près.This unique cellar stocks some 130 different champagnes.