Mikado Dancing

Interior of an Orso Hotels Paris hotel bar

In the basement of the H么tel Rochechouart : the story of a former Parisian dance hall. A Mecca for the youth of the Roaring Twenties, a temple to Tango and tea dances in evening dresses and black bow ties. Once a clandestine tripot, where people came to flamb茅 and fall in love for the evening, the Mikado has undergone a facelift. Behind the red door, a dance hall as before. A music bar, a meeting place for artists, live shows and DJ sets. And a dance floor to celebrate life. And love too.


Meet in front of the gramophone shop. Opposite, behind the red door, signposted in neon, is the Mikado, a music and dance bar open from 10pm.

Illuminated by a few Japanese lanterns, the Mikado Dancing is reminiscent of the old opium bars. For the decor, Festen duo Hugo Sauzay and Charlotte de Tonnac, already at work at the H么tel Rochechouart, have laid out carpets, soft sofas and poufs with a deliciously retro feel, a wide counter with Art Deco motifs, and hung large velvet curtains. In the center, under the disco balls, a dance floor where you can gambol, sway, wriggle and dance.

As before, the Mikado brings Parisian nights back to life and lets you dance to all styles: the spirit of the house is eclectic and playful.

Dark bar in an Orso Hotels Paris hotel
Sofa and table in an Orso Hotels Paris hotel room


Every Friday and Saturday night from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., the dance hall gives carte blanche to its artist friends and top DJs.

55 bd Marguerite de Rochechouart, 75009, Paris