Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Prague, 110 00
Phone: (420) 296 398100
Fax: (420) 296 398150
Hradebni 9 Prague 1, Prague, CZ, 110 00
- Phone: (420) 296 398100
- Fax: (420) 296 398150
This venue has become something of a landmark on the club scene, featuring a healthy dose of techno and house on the huge dance floor topped with a balcony. The staff prides itself on offering an experimental space where, in any given week, you might find a handful of the city's top DJs doing a benefit for a drug treatment center, a screening of Barbarella, a performance by the wacky violinist Iva Bittova, a shadow play for puppets or even a concert by Asian Dub Foundation.
The name translates "from dusk till dawn" and though its 3am-closing time is not exactly when the sun rises here, it is still a more classy late-night alternative to the nearby Chapeau/La Comedia/Banana Bar triangle. Sip your fluted Pilsner or wine while acid jazz favorites play. Low-slung suspended lighting is dim and easy on the eyes as is the rest of the interior. And the service is anything but bleary-eyed. Good for dates.
Aka Chapeau Rouge. This punch-drunk heavyweight of the nightlife ring is a definite love-it or hate-it place for Praguers. Inside, DJs spin house, funk, and even the occasional rockabilly tunes to an often packed, truly "United Nations" assortment of tourists and locals, with plenty of the attendant eyeballing and drink-buying that you'd expect at this kind of place. Bordello red walls (appropriate, this) with giant drink-price chalkboards hanging from them dominate the sightline. A pinball machine in the front and table football in the rear contribute to the near-deafening noise. A bust of Marilyn Monroe smiles approvingly at the shenanigans below. They probably sell more absinthe here than anywhere else in the city!
This floating club plies the river several nights a week, departing at 8:30pm and returning at 11pm. The music varies from cruise to cruise. You might hear dixieland, traditional jazz, swing or even world music. Truly an unforgettable experience.
Jazz Club Železná is a lively yet sophisticated venue to see jazz in Prague. Železná takes on daring cultural projects and is considered an integral part of the Prague jazz scene.
Kamikaze Club is one of the finest places to go, if you are planning a night out. The in-house DJ of the club spins out some amazing numbers that are sure to keep you swirling throughout the night. Besides, there is the lure of fantastic drinks and large portions of finger food to keep you going. However, the best part of the place is its one time charge that allows you to get unlimited drinks once you have paid your cover charges. Kamikaze Club is you sure address to fun in the city.
Prague, well known for it's late night and party scene has a lively night-life. One of the hottest nightclubs in the Old Town, COCO Cafe Bar Restaurant is a major hot-spot on the after-hours scene. With great DJ's, Celebrity sightings, VIP lounges, extensive selection of cocktails and luxury liquor brands Coco parties till dawn. You won't be going here for the food though they do have a decent selection of bar staples like burgers, grills etc. If you love to party, COCO is probably worth checking out.
Double Trouble Bar & Club is set in a Gothic cellar in the vicinity of Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square. Located in the center of Prague, this bar serves drinks that are reasonably priced. Around midnight, the real dancing begins. On a normal day, you will find people dancing everywhere, on chairs and tables and even on the bar! Head here if you want to have a wild night in Prague.
In its first few years of existence, MischMasch made a name for itself by hosting legendary parties with the hottest Czech DJ's. It was converted to a disco for a brief time, but now it's back to its party throwing roots. Visit it before it changes again. What are you waiting for, your blood to coagulate?
Centrally located in Old Town Prague, Studio Damuza is known as the "oldest basement" in Prague. It is located in the basement of a historic Renaissance building.
One of the popular spaces for live music in the city, Klub Final ought to be your final destination on a Friday or Saturday night. Open seven days a week, and extra late on Fridays and Saturdays, this club plays host to local music talent as well as talent brought in from all over the country, and beyond. Besides presenting music talent, the club also is home to the Galerie Final, which displays art by local artists. See the website or call to know more.
One of the newest clubs in town, the Stonx night club is situated in the heart of the Wenceslas Square. With live music, and some of the best local Djs rocking the place. Stonx is a new happening party destination. It has the biggest dancefloors in Prague, which is why party revelers flock here to get a taste of Prague's fantastic nightlife. For those who like to stay away from the hustle and noise, there is a spacious seating area too. The place also has 3 bars which serve a variety of alcoholic drinks to go with the fun experience here.