A great address, gorgeous surroundings, fine & exciting cuisine…Maceo, like a very good cocktail, has all the essential elements for a successful event.
Style & flexibility are second nature here, whether your celebration is for two, twenty-two, or one hundred & twenty two !
Maceo offers a variety of private spaces for intimate & more important events.
Dinner with Pals, Press Lunches, Cocktails, film shoots & the occasional wedding too
- La Salle Palais Royal ( 80-100 people )
- La Salle de Bal ( 20-50 people )
- Le Salon Bar ( 14-20 people )
- La Bibliothèque Salace ( 8-10 people )
Whatever your requirements, our preoccupation is to provide you with a tailor made service that exceeds your expectations.
Maceo may also be privatised for larger events, be they a wine tasting, exhibition or film shoot.
A dinner for 80-100 guests may commence in the Salle de Bal with Champagne, continue Au Palais Royal for dinner & finish with conversation & digestives in the Salon Bar.
Salle de Bal
This gorgeous, breathtakingly airy & understated ballroom just happens to double as a historic monument ! Napoleon III at his finest, bless him. Beautifully moulded plasterwork decorates four metre ceilings, endless antique mirrors and vast south facing windows. The cantatrice Sophie Arnoux bathed here, Eisenhower drank here and a Franco Italian chef once dried his pasta here.
Now it is your turn for a wedding or birthday party, press lunch or cocktail. Ask us ! & set your scene :
- For a banquet with a single impressive oval table (up to 30 people)
- For a Gala dinner with large round tables (up to 55 people)
- For a press lunch with a rectangular table (up to 20 people)
- For a cocktail party (up to 100 people)
Au Palais Royal
Au Palais Royal posesses a cool contemporary chic. Small round corner table for two, larger rounder tables for four, five or six. A table for 8 by the window.
This is luminous, comfortable space in which to lunch with business guest, dine with a lover, entertain a friend.
Huge original mirrors, blood red walls & comfortable leather tub chairs lend the Salon Bar a convivial & seductive atmosphere. Here, the young, the young at heart, creators, journalists & Parisian ‘flaneurs’ are all in their element.
Settled at your favourite table, hold court, relax, flirt with your neighbour; even enjoy a great meal !
Up a few steps and overlooking Au Palais Royal, the bibliothèque is a cosy discreet room in which to entertain 8 to 10 guests, be it for a family dinner or boardroom battle. With a stunning private view through the arcades to the Palais Royal Gardens, the bibliotheque is a ‘home from home’, shared with a few salacious books & Colette’s melon….In fact this room is now refered to in certain quarters as Macéo's "Red Room of Pleasure".