Contest: Win a stay at the Hotel Le Mareuil!

After its Christmas contest which rewarded French blogger Argone69, Hotel Le Mareuil repeats the experience with a new contest that deliciously smells like Spring spirit! What can you win: A night for two at the hotel, full breakfast included.

How to participate?
It is simple: Tweet about the Hotel Le Mareuil with the hashtags: #Concours #JeuMareuil and explain why you would like to stay in our hotel.You can participate from March 20th to April 10th, 2015.


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Terms and conditions
To participate in our Spring contest, you have to be over 18 years of age, live in France and have a personal Twitter account. One tweet is allowed per person.

Good luck to you all!


Paname Art Café: the temple of stand-up comedy in Paris

One-man and one-woman show lovers, Paname Art Café is perfect for you! Located right by the Canal Saint- Martin, next to République, this restaurant and cocktail bar is also 100% arty: people can meet for jazzy concerts early in the week and for a DJ set or a preview during the weekend. Most importantly, the Paname Art Café is renowned for its stand-up comedy shows. There, humourists adopt incisive but still charming humour. You will discover on stage recognised artists such as Booder – seen in “Neuilly sa Mère” –, Seb Mellia, who was chosen by Gad Elmaleh in February 2014 for the first part of his performances at the Olympia, Carole Guisnel – famous for her sketch “Sous l’Océan” (“Under the Sea”) –, and Youssoupha Diaby from the Jamel Comedy Club.

A true Parisian bistro
The Paname Art Café restaurant offers a menu that mixes traditional French cuisine with exotic flavors, like the satay-crusted cod with its clams, or the goat cheese filo pastries. It is also possible to enjoy more traditional dishes such as the blanquette de veau (French veal ragout) and the lemon meringue pie.

Currently: Tania Dutel‘s one-woman show, “Qui êtes-vous et que faites-vous dans ma chambre?” (“Who are you and what are you doing in my room?”).



Poster for Tania Dutel’s one-woman show “Qui êtes-vous et que faites-vous dans ma chambre?”
(“Who are you and what are you doing in my room?”) © Facebook Tania Dutel

Open every day, from 9am to 2pm.
The restaurant is open for lunch from noon to 3pm and for dinner from 8pm to midnight.
Lunch formulas: €14 or €17.

Paname Art Café (in French)
14, rue de la Fontaine au Roi
75011 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 48 06 31 27
Metro: République (lines 3, 5, 8, 9 and 11) or Goncourt (line 11).