They play mostly House music.
Dress Code: No Sneakers. They check you out from head to toes before letting you in and sometimes you have to stand in line to get in. You can also enter if you have Club Cien Card (entry card) but first you need to get it somehow.
This is by far the best club in town. Forget about Prozak and other places people tip around.
After being in all those places, this is the best.
The place has 2 dance floors with different music, actual one. Besides this, the place has corridors that connect some other halls where there are sofas, tables so you can sit and have your drinks or just chill. It's really well decorated.
And this for boys, chicks in here are great, really hot ones.
A must, really
This club plays some great music, and has a very hip & young crowd here.
Layout: you go down the narrow stairs, to where the lounge opens up. Inside it is narrow but very deep, with sections in the middle serving as larger, square dancefloors.
Good seating arrangement.
However, service is not that good. They are notorious at short-changing you, and considering the large proportion of tourists in there, they seem to feign not knowing English. The drinks here were a lot more expensive than the other places.
Dress Code: Smart casual, no sneakers.
This is another hot place in the old town. Lot's of local people aged 20-35. Several dancefloors and bars. This nightclub is all underground. The interior/design is great and the music is tehcno/dance.
A few minutes walk from the market square
Dress Code: Casual