MOULIN Rouge fans can stay in the iconic windmill for the first time – and there are private tours of the raunchy show.
Since the Moulin Rouge was built in 1889, the windmill has never been open to the public – until now.
A one night stay includes a private tour of the Moulin Rougethe best seats in the house for a cabaret show.
You can also snap photos on the famous stage with the cast of the show and meet lead dancer Claudine Van Den Bergh in her dressing room.
Guests are transported back in time to experience a chic boudoir and dressing area with glamorous accessories, vintage costumes and fragrant perfumes to immerse them in the true spirit of the Moulin Rouge – birthplace of the French can-can.
The windmill also features a private rooftop terrace in the style of 1899 Paris.
Here guests can enjoy an aperitif and the three-course Belle Époque menu prepared by chef Arnaud Demerville.
A classic Parisian breakfast is also served the next morning.
Lead dancer Claudine said: “Catching a show at the Moulin Rouge offers an escape from the everyday and an incredible immersion in the glamor and grandeur of the French Music Hall.
“The Belle Époque-inspired interior of our beloved windmill transports guests back to the era from which this timeless cabaret emerged.”
Guests can book the three separate nights with a one night stay on June 17th, June 20th and June 27th beginning Tuesday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m Airbnb website.
The Moulin Rouge venue hosts the Féerie cabaret show – with two performances each night with a cast of 60 people and 1000 costumes made of feathers, rhinestones and sequins.
It has inspired ever since West End Musical and the 2001 film starring Ewan McGregor, Kylie Minogue and Nicole Kidman.
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