What’s the best extra addition to a boutique hotel? A boutique hotel with an uber-chic nightclub. Those who love the nightlife scene should consider booking their next trip based on these sleek hotel nightclubs around the globe.
Loosie’s at Moxy NYC Lower East Side (New York City, NY)
The brand new Moxy NYC Lower East Side not only boasts a stylish, eclectic design that draws guests in, but it also presents one of the coolest underground nightclubs in the city, Loosie’s. Nightlife lovers will revel in the dazzling disco ball chandelier and the unique cage-like bar as they dance to the sound of the club’s killer sound system.
Sinner at Sinner Paris (Paris, France)
Set in the lively Le Marais neighborhood, Sinner is an impeccably designed hotel and nightclub offering the most seductive experience by far. Dim, candle-lit corridors lead guests to the Sinner Restaurant downstairs, which, according to the Parisians, is the place to see and be seen. Once the lights dim and the DJ takes the stage, the dinner setting quickly transitions into the moody nightclub it’s meant to be.
Basement Miami at The Miami Beach EDITION (Miami, Florida)
Just as many back entrances go unnoticed, Basement Miami is where guests can get lost on the dance floor late into the night. Hidden beneath the Miami EDITION, the mesmerizing nightclub pays homage to Ian Schrager’s famed Studio 54 by incorporating a medley of party venues: from a four-lane bowling alley to a 2,000 square-foot indoor ice skating rink and expansive club floor — all accompanied by state-of-the-art sound systems and vibrant light show visuals — Basement Miami has everything we could dream of for a night of partying.
GreenGo at Gstaad Palace (Gstaad, Switzerland)
When it comes to après ski parties, Gstaad Palace’s glamorous Alpine nightclub, GreenGo, is at the top of our list. The exclusive scene has a record for hosting famed names of A-listers past: Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and Princess Diana spent many long nights dancing under the neon lights and ‘70s-Esque disco balls back in the day. Celebrating 50 years this winter, the nightclub still remains one of the most upscale spots to dance the night away and watch the sunrise come up over the glistening Swiss Alps.
The Jazz Club at Aman New York (New York City, U.S.)
The Jazz Club at Aman New York has Prohibition Era speakeasy written all over it. Inspired by famed musician and six-time Grammy Award nominee Brian Newman, The Jazz Club aims to mimic buzzy downtown Manhattan’s energy in a swanky Midtown setting with live performances featuring contemporary sounds mixed with a jazz influence. Sink into one of their sumptuous lounge booths under the moody lighting for an evening that takes you back to 1920s New York City.
HADOKEN Club at DAVE Red Athens (Athens, Greece)
Alternative music lovers should look no further than the HADOKEN Club at DAVE Red Athens in the vibrant city of Athens, Greece. Interiorly, the underground techno scene boasts eclectic decor that takes inspiration from the 1980s video game, Street Fighter, and is only accessible through a hidden door in the hotel’s library. Elevating the club’s clandestine exclusivity, a no-photography policy is strictly in place making it that much more alluring.
Paradise Club at The Times Square EDITION (New York City, U.S.)
The Paradise Club at Times Square EDITION is a Broadway-Esque nightclub in the heart of Manhattan. Dressed in timeless dark red show curtains and a fresco surrealist mural painted by artist, En Viu, guests get the feeling of stepping foot into a swanky theatre. Whether it be a cabaret-style show or renowned DJs and performance artists taking center stage, the tables are perfectly spread out allowing everyone the best seat in the house.
Cabaret Club at The Barcelona EDITION (Barcelona, Spain)
The Cabaret Club is a private micro-club hidden inside the Barcelona EDITION. Adding a layer of sophistication to the vibrant Barcelona nightlife scene, Cabaret Club presents a luxurious nightclub experience from its design to its best-in-class DJ line-ups. Step behind red drapes to the swanky wooden bar front for a tasty libation before a night of music entertainment and immersive lighting.
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