Karlovy Lazne, Prague
I know it's a big tourist trap and most of the locals don't go there, but I love how big it is and I personally like being around other travellers when I'm out and about.
This club is big. Very big. It's grimy and looks like it's about to fall apart, but I like it. The beer is pretty cheap, it's in a good location, and the people are there to dance. It was also nice because one of the bars was playing cheesy U.S. music, which was good to hear even though it was Ghostbusters.
Dress Code: Just about every type of outfit can be seen there, but I'ld stick to club outfit if you want to fit in. They do have coat checks, and there are bouncers that check just about everyone to get in.
A good place to plan party,
Near Charles bridge (KARLUV MOST) there is a 4 dance floor discotheque. I made my birthday here with a lot of friends... quite drunk...
Near this place a little discotheque/bar in wich one you could drink good cocktails. By summer you can sit at the same level than the VLTAVA.
Have a good party
Karlovy Lázne, 'The Biggest Music Club in Central Europe'!
Several floors of disco here, all with different syles of music. A great place to go when 1/2 of your group is ready to call it a night and the rest still want to have fun!
Dress Code: Tourist chic!
amazing club if your young or young at heart, 5 clubs for the price of one.
Dress Code: neat and tidy...but girls offen wear not much.
The biggest club in town!
Different music styles on various floors (five), some really nice girls and the cheapest drinks I ever saw!
Check it out!
Grd. Floor - Cafe/Internet Cafe playing Jazz,
Blues, Funk, Rock'n'roll.
1st. Floor - Disco.
2nd. Floor - Sixties to Eighties.
3rd. Floor - Techno, House.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
This club has four floors, each of which plays different kind of music; dance, rap, r&b, rock, trance, pop, disco, funk, it's all here. It's open everyday from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.