Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Dinner and Show at the Paris Moulin Rouge with Transport. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Definitely an experience. Would not pay for the dinner part. The show was incredible.
The office was a bit difficult to find, it's a small office next to the hotel. The guy there was rude and stupid, he almost gave me 2 tickets instead of four (good thing I realized that on time), but anyway everything else was great. It was good to go to the first show, cause we were tired of walking the whole week and it didn't finish very late. The food was really good, salmon was excellent. The show was amazing and funny, we didn't have to wait at all when we got there. On the way back they drove us directly to our apartment.
Had much fun meeting and dining with new people. The pre-show entertainment was not the best, but we did not come to watch that. The show was fabulous.
The show was great, the food was surprisingly good and the tour operator was excellent
What an amazing show. It was a major highlight of my trip to Paris and a must see!
OMG!!! Amazing show, great not to wait in the queue and even got dropped back to our hotel after the show. Fantastic!!! The three course meal was beautiful,
This tour was very organized and the staff was pleasent. When we arrived we were taken in right away and we got seated right in the front of the stage 3rd row. The show was wonderful. Highly recommend this tour.
A highlight of our Paris visit. Fabulous show, great food, great seats, great service, a lovely guide and dropped at our hotel door at the end of the evening.
Excellent show although the tables are very crowded with not much space if you need a toilet break
Dinner and show were quite good if you happen to have a seat with good sight-lines and your table speaks the same language;. ,Seating rather cramped but show was great.
Excellent, best trip I did on 2 month trip.. did many special things, this was best. Lee Blanch