We got in free with our Tallinn card, otherwise it would have cost 150 EEK. The place seemed pretty much like most provincial town nightclubs. Loud music, a few podium dancers and dark lighting. Can't really say if it the atmosphere was moody or not but it was so late and by that time, I was a gonna to tell you the truth. All over the place. I remember the staircase to the toilets being very sumptious though. Also you get served really quickly for a nightclub so that was good. Wish I could have stayed longer but Wend dragged me out of there. Probably best. To be honest, your time is probably best served experiencing more characteristic, sociably-orientated bars/ pubs than a dark club, which you can go to when you get back home.
Amazing talent at Club Hollywood. Girls over the age of 18 get in free on Wednesday. If your new to the city this club is a must see!! You're jaw will drop many many times while you dance the night away with gorgeous women. Make sure to tell the locals that you live there and that you're not there for a stagg party!
Dress Code: Dress to Impress
Entrance fee is 60kr
This club is full of tourists..
I just spent here one night and I have to say that this club is really nice! Inside you'll find many people, tourists and locals, and good music till late hours! It's also a good place to go if you wanna meet cool people
Dress Code: No Dress Code for Tourists
This huge, popular mainstream club is infamous for its Wednesday's ladies nights (free entry for girls) when all the guys (and many male tourists, mostly Italians) come out of their caves in order to pull, which can be fun to watch. The quality of the female patrons is indeed very high, although most of them seem to be under 20. The music, however, is utter crap, boring mainstream dance music which diminishes the fun immensely. On the other hand, there's a lot of action for a Wednesday night, so if you've got nothing better to do (like having a philosophical conversation with an interesting person) you might as well check it out.
Dress Code: I'd say as long as you're able to pay the entrance fee (60kr) anything goes. This is pretty much the rule anywhere in the Baltics, at least for tourists
It is a big and nice place to spend a night.
There is a wide dance-floor and the atmosphere is cool!
Easy to meet people who are generally friendly.
Dress Code: I don't think they required anything of special...just go there...as you like!