Nightlife in Marbella Costa del Sol begins at 3:00 in the afternoon on the Premium Terrace of Buddha Marbella. The night eases in with 45 different varieties of gin, live performances, and Wednesday’s Noche Cubana for Latin dancing and free salsa, cumbia and bachata classes. On Thursdays, Vegas meets Costa del Sol nightlife with DLIGHT Casino at Buddha Marbella where blackjack and roulette can win free drinks. On Fridays, DJs turn up the heat and Buddha night life in Marbella delivers R&B rhythms, House Dance and the latest trendy music sensations. Nightlife in Marbella at the Buddha on Avenida del Mar doesn’t skip a beat Monday through Sunday with parties going til 6:00AM on weekdays and until 7:00AM on weekends.
Funky Buddha is one of the few exclusive Marbella nightclubs for chic parties, glitzy socialite functions and posh clubbing in an opulent ambiance that melds high-tech lighting with antique Chinese / Indian carvings, Hindu / Buddhists statues, Arabic / Andalucian motifs, Moroccan lamps, nooks with pillows and cachimbas, draped alcoves and niches with settees for an atmosphere of sensuous indulgence. Funky Buddha Marbella isn’t just the place to “be seen” on the Costa del Sol, but is classed amongst the worlds finest clubs. It’s all about status, privilege and access to the best Marbella night life; about invitations to international shows, musical / theatrical performances, after parties, celeb DJ appearances and admission to restricted Marbella nightlife events.
Getting into Opera Club may take diplomatic finesse (and suitably stylish apparel) since the doorman takes his job seriously, but once inside the ambiance is sumptuously opulent. A labyrinth of lavish underground chambers with alluring nooks; an exotic milieu suitable for regal philandering, which if legend be true, was one of the original uses of these subterranean halls. With Polish nobility and their secret seductions in the past, the space under the National Opera is the premier venue for contemporary Warsaw night life. A maze of brick corridors gives way to the scent of incense and pan-Asian luxury: Hindu sculptures, oriental settees, Moroccan pillows, delicate lanterns, Chinese antiques, bronze statues, Moorish alcoves with sheesha pipes and… there’s a sushi bar.
Klub Ministerstwo is a subterranean hideaway in Old Town (near Rynek Główny) on Szpitalna St., down a flight of stairs, in the cellar. Although Krakow city is renowned for moody underground pubs & bars, Ministerstwo is a nightclub that (while having medieval domed ceilings & exposed brick walls) features modern décor, funky lighting and a vibrant atmosphere. Wander through the maze of chambers to discover a lounge with checkerboard floors, retro red-leatherette booths, a bar with blue mosaic tile, barstools shaped like massive hands and a dance chamber with vaulted ceilings. There’s lively Krakow nightlife in a cellar at “The Ministry” even on Tuesdays, if you’re up for partying, and on weekends catch live music & DJs mixing funk, break beats, hip-hop, rap and house.
In the heart of San Miguel, situated in the northwestern district of Buenos Aires on Tribulato Street, we find Clubzone Dance Club. It’s the largest nightclub in San Miguel Buenos Aires Argentina – a dream for any nightlife enthusiast, where the sweet sounds of Latin music mix with the out of control beats of house. Definitely a place for anyone who enjoys good music and wonderful company – not one of the average boliches Buenos Aires offers, but a hotspot – the main dance venue in the San Miguel area; just 30 kilometers from the heart of the Argentine capital. With 3 high-tech environments, one including live performances (plus a late-night restaurant), and a VIP section for all-night extravagance, Clubzone isn’t outdone even by the trendiest Buenos Aires clubs.
Techno, Electro, Dance – boom-beep-bash! These seemed to be the only musical choices in the Shanghai nightlife clubbing scene. Being a hip-hop/R&B person – and one who’d rather not open her wallet for overpriced drinks in pretentious places – finding a cheap spot to rock-it seemed impossible. I was new to Shanghai. No friends, no idea of where I wanted to go or what I wanted to do there, even if I could figure out where I was. Then, I found Windows Underground. You actually had to go “underground”; there was no sign of daylight. The lights were dim, but not dark to the point of “where’s-your-face-random-person-who-stepped-on-my-shoe” kind of way. And the prices! Cheap drinks & reasonably priced food: nachos, quesadillas, chicken wings & burgers. Like your own Taco Bell!