Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Prague, 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.
Though small and local, the klub Limonádový Joe is always clean and efficient. The bar is frequented by most of the city's youth for its moderately-priced and inventive drinks or just for glasses of beer. Furnished with colorful tables and a wonderful performance stage, they host live music from time to time. Come here with friends to enjoy a fun evening in the company of great music and friendly co-patrons. The atmosphere at klub Limonádový Joe's is such that your evenings can begin here and conclude here without you even noticing.
In a city known for it's lively night-life, Bombay Bar is a nice addition to the bar scene. Specializing in cocktails, you'll get a great selection of specially prepared drinks, beer, wines and popular liquors. Try one of their 150 cocktails as you take in the trendy atmosphere in the heart of the Old Town. The music and beats spun by the local DJ spills out onto the cobbled streets as patrons dance, drink and generally have a good time till the early hours of the morning. For details on special events, theme nights, parties and more, visit the website.
Great music and the quick service on their reasonably-priced drinks are just a bonus at this Dlouhá street bar. Harley's is actually, a haunt for nocturnal party animals with a good sense of music. Don't venture if you like your music soft and slow, this one's for the rock fans - U2, Rolling Stones, Sting, Police, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Nirvana, Coldplay, Linking Park, Queen, if any of these sound familiar, this is the venue for you. Prague's maddest cocktail and rock bar invites you in with its loud, blaring music, super cool ambiance and stiff drinks; come on in and shake a leg - you'd definitely want to keep coming back here!
Fashion enthusiasts all across the globe have been acquainted with FashionTv, and their parties are one of the most covered and talk about parties in the fashion circuit. Fashion club is a dedication to those moments of beauty and style. This place is laced with sophistication, purple is a dominant color in the decor and seating spaces make the spot look nothing less than a luxury lounge. The terrace provides an opportunity for fine dining accompanied with picturesque views of the city. Fashion club is place for paparazzi, fashionistas and indulgence; right in the heart of Old Prague.
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.
CAFE 80'S is just as it says. It will take you through the 1980s with its vinyl table tops, Rubik-styled bar stools, posters and album covers of artists of that era and eclectic lighting. You will catch glimpses of a walkman, polaroid and other items that were significant in that time as decorative pieces. This triumvirate of a cafe/restaurant, bar and nightclub is a nice spot to unwind. Enjoy tartar specialties, sandwiches, all day breakfast and more at the cafe and dance away to the disco tunes in the basement.
Located on Jakubská, DéjáVu Club is a fantastic party venue where you can kick off the weekend with your friends. The trendy bar features great interiors that reflect style but do not compromise on comfort. The place actually includes three different spaces which cater to several different functions. The lower floor is where the party happens, thanks to superb technological features and acoustics, while the upper stories are dedicated to a quieter bar setting. Great DJ sets, stellar drinks and a fabulous ambiance brings in the young, lively crowd at DéjáVu Club.
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.