Nightclubs in Barcelona are very different and original. Here you can dance either to spirited famous D-j’s beats or shake your buttocks to no less spirited Latin American rhythms. The list will help you to find a perfect place to go tonight.
1. Opium Mar
Today Opium Mar – is one the fanciest nightclubs of Barcelona. Great coast location, a huge open terrace with the access to the sea, and the most “bomb” parties in combination with modern design and worthy audience.
Address: Passeig Maritim de la Barceloneta, 34, subway st. Ciutadella\Vila Olimpica (L4)
A legendary nightclub Pacha Barcelona will easily give you the unstoppable beats vibe and the magic of Ibiza as it is. Came back to Barcelona in summer 2014. There are Feel Ibiza parties every Saturday, where famous Ibiza D-js perform. The audience is a bit different. Pacha Barcelona is a fresh men student’s place.
Address: Passeig Maritim de la Barceloneta, 38, subway st. Ciutadella\Vila Olimpica (L4)
A fancy nightclub on the 26th floor of the sailboat W hotel. Here, at the very top of the hotel, the best views are for you admire through the stained-glass windows. Legislators of fashion and jetsetters order and enjoy delisious cocktails including watermelon martini, martini with passion fruit and Venezuelan mojito. This one is quite small. It is opened not like the rest of the nightclubs of Barcelona, only till 3am.
Adress: Placa dels Vents, 1, Subway st. Barceloneta (L4)
A very glamorous night club in Barcelona in the Example area. Once it was the most fancy one in Barcelona. Lately Sutton is international students aged 20+, who came to Barcelona on the program Erasmus. You will find here an exquisite interior and some great music, but the dance floor is leaving much to be desired in size.
Address: Tuset St. 13, Subway St. Diagonal (L3, L5)
Among the nightclubs of Barcelona Shoko is worthy of special attention. It has been a trendsetter for the past 6 years. Fashion-parties are thrown every week. Except of the local D-js, here you can see a plenty of invited musicians. As for music, it’s a mix of hot hits and R&B beats.
Address: Passeng Maritim Barceloneta, 36, Subway St. Ciutadella\Vila Olimpica (L4)
6. Bling Bling
This night club is right in front of a legendary club of Sutton. One of its most important features is the interior design. It is stylish and outstanding. A big hall with a perfect sized dance floor and not one but two VIP zones. If you are up to a glamorous audience, than this place is exactly what you need.
Address: Tuset St. 8-10, Subway St. Diagonal (L3, L5)
A giant night club of Razzmatazz is one of the finest in Barcelona. 5 halls and music for every taste. So, on Thursdays it’s Dub Step, Fridays and Saturdays are for Techno and Hindi Rock music. Very often you may get lucky and get to a live music concert. For example, Nickelback, Coldplay, The Cure and many others were performing here. It is good to bear in mind that the audience is relevant. Therefore, it is better to keep studs and rhinestones for some other place.
Address: Almogavers St,122, Subway St. Bogatell (L4) or Marina (L1)
So the nightclubs of Barcelona are not only about “crazy” parties. More than 50 year old place, that was first opened in 1960, made a splash back then and is still considered to be one of the best nightclubs in Barcelona. People usually come to Jamboree to listen to some Jazz music. These walls have seen many Jazz stars, even the one and only Ella Fitzgerald. This club is 100% on the right to be considered as the cultural heritage of Barcelona. Whole generations of the world famous musicians were raised here.
Performances take place three times a week, Friday to Sunday, start at 11pm. After paying the entrance you will get to have a one free drink. If you realize you want to switch Jazz to more energetic music, you may go to the second floor and have a Latina party.
Entrance: depends on the concert
Address: Placa Reial, 17, Subway St. Liceu (L3)
CDLC Barcelona (Carpe Diem Lounge Club) owns two dance halls. Neighbors with Villa Olimpica beach, which makes it even more popular. Although, many of “cool” nightclubs in Barcelona are situated on the Villa Olimpica coast. One of the things you will get from visiting it once is wanting to come back again and again.
Address: Passeig Maritim Barceloneta, 30, Subway St. Ciutadella\Vila Olimpica (L4)
10. Mojito Club
Perhaps, The Mojito Club is the most famous Hispanic clubs in Barcelona. And it’s not just words. Except of hot Latin music (Salsa), here are a lot of no less hot professional dancers, who throw performances every single day. If you are new to it, there are dancers-amateurs, who can easily teach you, how to move your hips to the rhythm. A very stylish but cozy at the same time interior and a pretty big dance floor. The atmosphere here is incredibly friendly and of course some great Mojito you won’t find anywhere but here.
Entrance: 10EUR, 1 drink at the bar is included
Address: Rosselon St.217, subway St. Diagonal