Your event in the heart of the ‘Emily in Paris’ series

After 3 seasons, the series continues to delight fans, and proves that Paris is definitely an incredible filming location! Palaces, chateaux, chic restaurants ... Find out where to hold your next event to follow in the footsteps of this ‘It’ girl in the French capital.

The heroine, Emily, has a flair for finding herself in the most beautiful places in the capital, often in the context of a corporate event. Set off in her footsteps with our guide to discover places featured in the series and surprise your guests by holding an event at a Parisian venue that will immediately remind them of the famous series!


For lunch or an evening event, the series uses 3 superb restaurants as a backdrop:

The Café de l’Homme, (seen in season 3 – photo above), housed in the Musée de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot. For an event directly opposite the Eiffel Tower.

La Coupole (seen in season 2): an illustrious flagship brasserie of the Parisian Roaring Twenties and a listed building - an art deco must-see in the Montparnasse district.

Lapérouse (seen in season 3): a Parisian institution since 1766 in a former private mansion, the restaurant offers atypical classic interiors as well as its famous private rooms.


No less than 4 Parisian palaces are featured in the various seasons of the series, a quick overview:

Standing on the smart Avenue Montaigne, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée (seen in seasons 1 & 2 – photo above Suite Eiffel Haute Couture).

In the heart of the 6th arrondissement of Paris, the Hôtel Lutetia (seen in season 2).

In the heart of the Golden Triangle, the Four Seasons Hôtel George V (seen in season 3).

On the Rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice and its magnificent restaurant (seen in season 3).

As well as two remarkable 5 stars:

The Ritz Paris and its beautiful tranquil garden (seen in season 3).

The Molitor (MGallery Hotel Collection) and its famous Art Deco swimming pool (seen in season 3).


Places for strolling, but also for catwalk shows … Discover these museums that also serve as backdrops for Emily's ideas:

The Atelier des Lumières (seen in season 1 – photo above), situated in the 11th arrondissement, for monumental scenography.

The Musée de la Vie romantique (seen in season 3), a discrete address in the 9th arrondissement.

The Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris (seen in season 3), between the Champs-Elysées and the Eiffel Tower, an exceptional palace emblematic of the architecture of the 1930s.

The Monnaie de Paris (seen in season 1): hidden away in the Hôtel de la Monnaie, the last factory still in activity in Paris. Historical and fascinating.


The Hôtel d’Evreux (seen in season 1 – photo above), a discrete former mansion house with a stunning view of the Place Vendôme.

The Opéra Garnier (seen in season 1 & 3), a showcase for Paris in the eyes of the world. The masterpiece of Charles Garnier impresses with its size and grandeur.

The Pavillons de Bercy (seen in season 1 – see photo above): a setting worthy of the cinema, a dreamlike and inspirational world.

The Grande Halle de la Villette (seen in season 3), which housed the photogenic exhibition ‘Pop Air’, offers large spaces within the biggest park in Paris.

The Samaritaine (seen in season 2): an iconic Parisian department store (20,000 m²), fully renovated after 15 years of work.

The Château de Versailles (seen in season 2): prestigious spaces steeped in the history of France.