Club Barrière Paris 104 Champs-Elysées : The grand reopening, Barrière style

Welcome to the long awaited return of our Paris Gaming Club!


The time has thankfully come for us to reopen Barrière’s 1st Gaming Club: Club Barrière Paris,

104 Champs-Elysées recently opened its doors again, on June 22nd 2020 at 1pm.


For Dominique Desseigne, Président Directeur Général de Barrière

«The reopening of most of our establishments is wonderful news for our Group. Faced with a public health and economic crisis that is affecting all sectors of activity, especially leisure and tourism, our team members have all have got involved, in their own way, offering their expertise and innovative ideas to ensure the implementation of new sanitation procedures, and to preempt guests’ expectations in our hotels, restaurants, bars and casinos.

Today, we want to take an active role in the economical recovery of tourism in France, being instrumental in bringing back quality time together and peace of mind. Our sole aim is to take care of everything. Most importantly, you».


In line with government orders, comprehensive health and safety procedures have been introduced at Club Barrière Paris, 104 Champs-Élysées to ensure they tick all the boxes needed to welcome customers. We have had to adapt the social and professional organisation of our daily lives. Welcoming customers to our Gaming Club requires new health and safety procedures, as well as protective measures. Whilst respecting current regulations that require these new practices, layout changes ensure guests still get the very most out of their visit. Respecting social distancing means adjustments need to be made to the different areas, with the addition of signs, protective equipment, hand sanitiser and disinfectant wipes at the Club entrance and on each table, with wearing face masks compulsory for all staff and customers. As well as strict, regular cleaning of all surfaces and high-touch areas (chips, cards, credit card and change machines etc.).


At Club Barrière Paris, 104 Champs-Elysées, the traditional gaming tables are now open from 1pm to 6am. And the Poker tables are open from 2pm to 5am. Players will be pleased to discover a new game is now available too, Stud Poker, with just a 20 euro minimum bet. In addition, players and non-players can get together in the sociable atmosphere of Dépôt Légal, renowned Chef Christophe Adams’ restaurant at Club Barrière Paris, 104 Champs-Elysées for lunch or dinner. His innovative and unpretentious cuisine is served from 1pm to 5am, with a brand-new menu to delight the tastebuds.


With Barrière, experience your newly-found leisure activities in a whole new way.

We’ll take care of everything. Most importantly, you!


About Barrière

The Barrière brand sells two separate groups of hotels, casinos and restaurants: Groupe Lucien Barrière (GLB) and Société Fermière du Casino Municipal de Cannes (SFCMC). Founded in 1912 by François André and subsequently developed and managed by Lucien Barrière, Diane Barrière- Desseigne and Dominique Desseigne, the Barrière group has developed an unrivalled offering in the top of the range leisure market, founded with the view to providing operational excellence, a quality of service that is second to none and French art de vivre. Today it owns 33 Casinos, 1 Gaming Club, 18 Hotels* (mainly 5 stars, as well as a 5 star luxury Palace in Courchevel) and more than 140 bars and restaurants, one of which is the renowned Fouquet’s in Paris (with subsidiaries in 9 other destinations*) and organises around 3,500 shows and events every year. Its turnover was 1.24 billion euros at the end of its financial year on 31st October 2019, and the Group now comprises 7,000 staff members. The Group is also well known in the food and beverage industry, serving some 2.5 million meals, in the leisure industry with 15 spas, 1 thalassotherapy centre in La Baule, 1 balneotherapy centre in Ribeauvillé, 3 golf courses and 2 tennis clubs, and is increasingly making a name for itself through its world renown Resorts located in many popular tourist destinations.