MOULIN Rouge lovers can enjoy a stay in the iconic windmill – it even includes private tours of the raunchy production.
The Moulin Rouge was built in 1889. Since then, the windmill has not been open to the public.
Stay for one night and enjoy a private tour at the Moulin Rouge. This is the ideal venue to see a cabaret show.
You can also get photos taken on the stage with the cast, and you can meet the lead dancer Claudine van Den Bergh in her dressing area.
Guests will be transported back in time as they experience a fancy boudoir, dressing area, and glamorous accessories. They’ll also get to wear vintage costumes and smell exotic perfumes in order to feel the Moulin Rouge, which is the birthplace for the French Cancan.
The Windmill has a private rooftop terrace in Paris style 1899.
This is where guests will enjoy an aperitif and the Belle Époque menu three-course dinner prepared by resident chef Arnaud Demerville.
An authentic Parisian breakfast is also provided for the next morning.
Claudine, the lead dancer, said that attending a Moulin Rouge show is a great escape from everyday life and a wonderful immersion into the grandeur and glamour of French Music Hall.
“The Belle Époque-inspired interior of our much-loved windmill will transport guests to the era from which this timeless cabaret emerged.”
You can request three separate one-night stays for June 17, June 20, and June 27, starting Tuesday 17th May at 6pm. Website of Airbnb.
The Moulin Rouge venue is home to cabaret show, Féerie – with two performances each night featuring a cast of 60 with 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins.
It inspired a West End musical, and the 2001 film starring Ewan McGregor and Kylie Minogue.