Disco Room at Soho Rooms, Moscow
For more than four years, the Disco Room club at Soho Rooms has been setting fire to Moscow’s famous nights! An impressive number of worldwide celebrity DJs have played their exclusive sets at this stunning venue which promises its guests many long and lively nights in fine company.
Tresor Club, Berlin
After a three-year hiatus, the legendary techno club that introduced Berlin to electronic music back in 1991 made an impressive comeback in 2007. Ever since, Tresor has been housed in an old power station in Kreuzberg, from where it continues to dominate Berlin’s clubbing scene.
Ministry of Sound, London
The world’s top DJs, including Tiesto, Sasha, Erick Morillo, and Pete Tong, have entertained the crowds that flock to London’s cutting edge club. The Ministry of Sound started out in 1991 as a popular clubbing venue despite its lack of an alcohol license and notoriously strict door policies. Today, it remains at the forefront of the global dance music scene.
A former church, Paradiso is now Amsterdam’s temple to house, jazz and disco music. In a wonderfully renovated space that features imposing and high-quality sound systems, as well as bands and famous DJs from all over the world, this is the ideal place to feel the crowd’s excitement flood the atmosphere of this unique club.
Marquee, New York
This hotspot for jet-setters and VIPs has been proclaimed as “the hottest club in the known universe” by the New York Post. New York’s definitive ITclub has welcomed everyone, from sexy starlets and Hollywood icons to the business barons of the corporate world. Uma Thurman, Leonardo di Caprio, and Sean Penn are just a few of the celebrities who have partied in its impressive 6,500 sq. foot space.
Rex club, Paris
From the mid-1980’s it has dominated the Parisian dance scene thanks to the best celebrity DJs that regularly appear on its decks, such as Laurent Garnier and Carl Cox. Music ranges from reggae and funk sounds to rock and even ethnic beats depending on the DJ. The only problem is the inevitable queue at the door!
Cielo, New York City
The definitive post-midnight dancing hotspot in New York’s Meatpacking District. This club’s fairly young crowd (average age is about 20 years old) is drawn by the music, which ranges from afro-latin and soul to techno and jazz.
Café de Paris, London
London’s most decadent club boasts a long and glorious history. Born in 1924, Café de Paris has been graced by the presence of royalty, global leaders and showbiz legends such as Orson Welles, Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly, Mick Jagger, and Andy Warhol. After a brief interval, Café de Paris made a spectacular comeback in 1996 and has since hosted the hippest award ceremonies (MTV, GQ) and the city’s most lavish parties.
Pacha, New York City – Closed Just like the clubs with the same name in Barcelona, Marrakech and Rio de Janeiro, this impressive club is the definitive playground of discerning New York party animals. The city’s most interesting encounters are housed in its 3,000 square meter expanse, while famous DJs take turns making the crowd dance nonstop until sunrise.
This club in the heart of Kreuzberg is famous for the Waterfloor; a spectacular dance floor that makes partygoers feel as if they are dancing on water. This effect is achieved thanks to its huge floor-to-ceiling glass front that overlooks the river Spree and an illuminated bridge.