Located in Sacromonte it is a club in a cave! It has two levels, though the upstairs isn't a cave.
Downstairs they play Spanish pop which is BAD, but for the atmosphere it's worth sticking it out just for the experience of being iin a cave disco for one night. Upstairs they play Hip Hop where you will find A LOT of Americans.
It costs 6 euros to enter but it includes a drink.
The photo you can see is not Cambodio, but instead a church located on the same road as Cambodio (Camino de Sacrmonte).
Dress Code: I don't think there is any dress code. My boyfriend was wearing Trainers and Jeans and they let him in!
Cambodio is a HUGE discotec in the Sacromonte in Granada, where they play good Spanish pop music - and on a lucky night you might here an english popsong as well ;-)
If you normally like discos - then dont miss one of the biggest ones in Granada - "Cambodio"
Dress Code: I have not yet heard of any dresscode - but it is a fancy-inplace so I wouldnt recommend you to wear too relaxed clothes - eventhough I think you could get in with wearing that!
El Camborio NOT Cambodio as incorrectly noted by nearly all other reviews (you will have problems getting a cab to Cambodia from the centre of granada i can tell you!!) is a bit out of town - far end of Albayzin - and is quite unique in that on the ground floor it is a cave club playing 'pachanga' - sort of urban Andaluz sounds, while upstairs is more mainstream rap/dance stuff - nothing special until it starts to get light and you realise you have a fantastic view of the Alhambra from inside the upstairs bar. Cool off at 6am on the terrace with a last drink before taking a stroll upto the mirador de san nicholas where you will have the place to yourself - probably the only time possible!
And definatly don't bother turning up before 4am - will be dead/full of tourists!
Dress Code: Well i wouldn't turn up naked!! pretty chilled out door policy.
El Cambodio is a unique and entirely different nightclub. A buddy and I went up there, arrived around 2:30am. It was disappointingly slow. There's an 8E cover charge, but it comes with a free drink so not too bad. However, the whole location and setup makes the trip pretty much worth it. There are about 4 levels, all chiseled into the dens of the large cliffs/claves in the area. The bottom area has a bar and sloping ceilings, dance floor, etc. Go up to the higher levels to find multiple terraces for dining/drinking. I don't know my advice on this disco- apparently it can get crazy and a lot of fun, and its location in El Sacromante (the cave district to the west of the Alhambra) is breathtakingly gorgeous. I'd try it on a Friday or Saturday and hope that it's bumping, because I was certainly a little let down by its lack of intensity.
Dress Code: Casual dress, it can get nippy up there however, even in the summer.
$6 hip-hop/flamenco club, includes drink:
The club itself is unique in appearance and style-for one thing, its carved into a cave. The first floor, which still has that cave feel to it as opposed to the 2nd floor, is for Flamenco dancing. Look around you--you'll probadly be the only griego down there. The atmosphere is friendly and fun but it gets extremely hot in there. Head upstairs to the hip-hop room-the DJs there never let the beat drop and mixes up-date American tunes. Show up at 2am, and you'll be the first there. The party does not start well into 3-4am, and does not end until daylight.
The patio outside can be a romantic spot to kick it or a place to get some fresh air.
Check out the bathrooms at this place! I was accustomed to taking my own paper and hovering in Spain, but this bathroom actually comes with paper, and-GASP, soap.
Dress Code: Just look good.