Apollo club is one of the most popular clubs in Malia. It plays mostly R & B music, garage and abit of dance.
I liked this club the best out of the ones we went to, it was clean inside, pretty cheap booze and it was nice music.
They have got a huge bar in the middle of the club along with two platform stages with poles on them, many people got up and danced on them. Everyone i saw looked like they were really enjoying themselves.
It is free entry, however they do have a special promotion where you can pay 15 Euros per person and get a band to wear, this then means you can go to the bar as often as you like and get unlimited drinks.
I thought this was an excellent offer.
Dress Code: Casual dress is worn but dont expect to get in if you have come straight from the beach.. for example, they wont allow men to come in just in shorts or ladies in bikinis.
Fish bowls are all you need to get absolutely smashed and set you on your way for the rest of the night. We actually stopped drinking in our apartments before heading out at about 1am because these things are lethal. We're all pretty decent drinkers, and one small bowl was doing the trick between 4 of us. Obviously as the fortnight goes on and you're drinking more you probably need less to get you drunk but these were amazing!!
Only bad points to mention are 1- the music.. its awful (Personal opinion), just sorta garagey type stuff! 2- This bar is mobbed, we didnt head out till 1am and it was packed every night- also boiling hot! 3- there is inevitable that crowd of hammered guys trying to either jump in or push you in to the pool... but they're generally easy to avoid!!!!
Dress Code: Anything goes
This became our regular haunt, with a regular mix of free feature films showing on a large screen followed by a pub quiz (which we managed to win both nights we competed, winning free food tokens and loads of free beer). There was also a pool table, and a side room with a second TV screen for kids cartoons or alternative sports coverage. Staff were very friendly and food was OK, but nothing special.
Dress Code: No dress code