Opened in 1929, for 60 years molitor was the most popular swimming baths in paris - with its two pools, its galas and its avant-garde ambience.
it was closed in 1989 and listed as a historical monument. It then became the haunt of artists who converted the dilapidated building into an immense urban art venue; it became the temple
of the paris underground.
In 2014, molitor will be reborn in three words: pool, art, life. 3 words that it interprets for everyone throughout its facilities and even more particularly for the members of its private club.
with its luxurious mgallery collection rooms and the spa by clarins, the winter and summer pools and restaurant whose concept was developed by yannick alleno, with the bar and terraces, sports halls and rooms for private hire, creativity and well-being are everywhere.
Molitor seeks to be a meeting place for sharing and expression, where history is written in day to day life. so that someday,in the future, its visitors will say "i've been there".In the meantime, for parisians and travellers seeking out the atypical, it is the ideal place to revitalise, to be caught by surprise and take a little time out.