Paris Bubble Bar: Taittinger Bubble Bar at Paris Hilton Arc de Triomphe

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Paris Bubble Bar: Taittinger Bubble Bar at Paris Hilton Arc de Triomphe
Paris “Bubble Bar” photograph by ©Francis Beddok AKA Paris-émoi Paris Bubble Bar: only until January 15, 2012 What you see above is not a dreamy rendering, it’s an actual photograph by Francis Beddok of the new Bubble Bar where the fortunate few will celebrate New Year’s Eve in Paris. Just opened, the Bubble Bar at the Paris Hilton Arc de Triomphe is described as a snow globe by some, a Champagne bubble by others. The 16-foot-tall Bubble Bar is a collaboration between Hilton Hotels, Taittinger Champagne and the wildly imaginative fashion set designer Jean-Hugues de Chatillon. Only 35 people at a time can tchin-tchin at the Bubble Bar‘s lounge with center circular bar. The Hilton is offering Taittinger Champagne by the glass nightly for €25 plus a special New Year’s Eve room package available only through the Hilton by calling 01 5836 6716. Once in a lifetime New Year’s Eve in Paris? This could be it, non? Francis Beddok AKA Paris-émoi is a Paris-based photographer who captures sacred sites and profane sights in Paris. Please click on his name to view his photographs published by BonjourParis every other week.   Would you like to submit a story or request a story topic? Your stories & ideas welcome.   NEW: exclusive content for subscribers in every newsletter. Subscribe for free.     Top 100 Readers’ Favorite Amazon.com Items. (Please wait for Amazon.com widget to load)               Want more? View our recommended France-themed books & items. Most recent listings at last pages.   Click on image for more info about these favorites. Direct airport transfer service PARIS SHUTTLE is a leading Paris airport transfer service. Book your airport transfers in advance online for direct to-your-door service and check the current discount available to BonjourParis readers who book using our link.
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