Succumb to temptation at the Salon du Chocolat
This winter, do yourself a favour and come to Paris for the Salon du Chocolat from October 31st to November 4th. This world-class trade fair attracts thousands of attendees every year, ranging from industry insiders to chocoholics and the merely curious. Succumb to the pleasures of this very tempting event and deepen your knowledge of chocolate.
A must-attend event for chocolate fans
More than 500 participants from around the world will be at the Salon du Chocolatto share their knowledge, demonstrate their skills and promote their products. Come and taste rare flavours, experiment with new blends and subtle aromas, be thoroughly entertained and expand the range of your tastes at this fascinating show held at the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre.
Fun and educational presentations at Salon du Chocolat
Several fascinating conferences will be held during the trade fair, with chocolate as the theme, but with the subject approached from historical, medical, ethnological, artistic and other perspectives. Numerous recipe workshops will allow you to perfect your skills under the supervision of the greatest chocolatier chefs of today. There will also be a children’s area and live music and dance shows. Finally, the fashion parade of chocolate dresses and the chocolate sculpture contest will leave you amazed by the levels of craft and creativity involved.
Your ideal break at the Hotel Doisy Etoile
With its 4 stars, its ultra-chic decor and its prime location, the Hotel Doisy Etoile offers the ideal accommodation for your gourmet getaway in Paris. Enjoy its elegant yet cosily inviting ambiance in the heart of the 17th arrondissement, and enjoy the comfort and luxury of a comfortable, bright and tranquil room. Book your room at the Hôtel Doisy Etoile without delay and come to Paris to enjoy the eagerly anticipated Salon du Chocolat!
For more information:
- Official Website of the Event
- Official Facebook Page
Hotel Doisy Etoile, a 4-star boutique hotel a few steps from Champs Elysées