Clarion Congress Hotel Usti nad Labem
Spitalske namesti 3517
Usti nad Labem, 40001
Phone: (420) 270 004200
Fax: (420) 270 004255
Situated near Schloss Pillnitz on the bank of the River Elbe, Gare de la Lune is a venerable old house with a large beer garden, perfect for a relaxing drink and a meal in the summer. The clientele comprises of a mixed bunch, who come to dance to disco, pop, tango or waltzes in the splendid old ballroom. Eat, drink and dance till you drop! The restaurant opens on Wednesday to Friday at 4.00 pm, on Saturday at 2.00 pm and on Sunday at 9.00 am.
Tucked away near the university and distinguished by its chic ambiance, Apex Club is unlike any other. Always different and never boring, Apex allows you to have the party of your dreams, be it for a private event, a birthday part or a meeting. A flexible venue and unlimited music variety makes the Apex Club different every night of the week and will leave you wanting more.
You have to climb 88 stairs to reach this trendy student nightclub. Club Mensa has a history dating back to the 1960s and always has successful weekends. It features three bars, a huge dance floor, cozy corners, LED lights and a good sound system. Dance to the music of the 1970s, 1980s, rock, electro, house, pop and more and take a sip of cocktail to refresh yourself. Its popularity is not only due to its low prices but also for its hit tunes and great drinks.
'Blauer Salon' is one of the best lounges in the town. The Rococo bar, ceiling paintings and the "wedding room" simply add on to the glitz. It can accommodate almost 500 people and has a superb set up of lighting and music. It also offers a grand ballroom and its cozy ambiance, will make you come back for sure!
Almost every city has a Roxy, and this is one is just the same. At least it's one of the scarce party locations in southern Dresden; the music is somewhat predictable (dance, charts, hip hop) and drinks are affordable. That's probably why the place is frequented by young people from the adjacent districts and villages. Friday is a special night: girls with handcuffs get to ask boys to unlock them with a special key and if it works, which seldomly happens, the pair win a bottle of sparkling wine.
If you are looking so spend the night enjoying some good music and dance away like no one is watching, then you should be making reservations at Musikpark Dresden! This trendy nightclub has been taking young locals of the city by storm. The club has an extraordinary architecture and wonderful ambiance and sees an eclectic mix of crowd. They urge guests to follow a dress code, hence at Musikpark Dresden you have to ditch your sportswear and biked jackets and put on something classy! They host live performances by local as well as acclaimed bands and their DJs are known to give the crowd a much anticipated adrenaline rush. At Musikpark Dresden you are bound have a beautiful evening.
With salsa, reggae, Latin jazz and Afro beats on Fridays, and soul, R & B and hip-hop on Saturdays, DJ Abdulaye doesn't just limit his mixes to Motown. Full of smooth talkers and smooth walkers, this place has a disco atmosphere, but is fairly upmarket as far as clubs go and it is advisable to come fashionably dressed. A cocktail bar provides first-rate refreshments. The in-house record store is open noon-8pm Wednesday-Friday. For timing details, please check the website.
Dance until you drop in the vast factory rooms at the Kühlhaus. Party nights here are not all that regular, but when they do happen they're big, spread over several floors with lots of decorations, laser shows and dancers. Local and guest DJs play house techno and goa records. Great if you never tire of techno, but not much real socialising goes on here, as the crowd can be a bit anonymous.
A music club in the heart of Dresden tradition, the Kühlhaus, literally the "cool house," the city's old cold-storage facility, has since its original use been a multitude of different things. Since 2005, however, it has been the scene of quality concerts and parties that are accessible to a wide variety of different people. Playing music like Drum'n'Bass, Reggae, Dance, Hip Hop, and electronic, the Kühlhaus brings together people from all different backgrounds, reflecting the city itself.
Blue Dance Club is full of uninhibited young people dancing to the sounds of hip-hop, techno and electronic music. It is not the best decorated of places, but the kicking atmosphere more than makes up for that. Admission and drinks are fairly cheap, especially on Fridays and Sundays when two drinks are available for the price of one. This place also hosts a wide variety of social parties and events, so hop in for a surprise on every occasion.
Anyone under 21, sophisticated, and a lover of chart dance music will feel at home here. During the day it's a place for snacks and cocktails; in the evening, Go-Go-Girls liven the crowd up with hits from the last 20 years. At the longest bar in Dresden you can enjoy over 50 cocktails and amuse yourself with the Schicki-Micki-Flesh-Show.
Featuring everything from live music to board games, Club Barenzwinger is ready to help you have a great time. Meeting spaces are available, and the club wants to make your gathering a reality with top of the line music technology and catering services available. For further details, please check the website.