Granada 10 is definitely a notable discotecha in Granada. It is absolutely worth seeing once but I would highly recommend a visit to Camborio over Granada 10. I am currently a student at the university and I have attended both on numerous occasions. From my experiences, Granada 10 is generally vacant on weeknights but is a lot of fun on weekends. It does target tourists more, though, so you hear a lot of American music and you are not as likely to encounter an authentic experience.
Dress Code: No shorts for men
Granada 10 is one of the most well-known clubs in Granada. However, its location in the albaicin, a somewhat seedy (though very fun) neighborhood presents problems. A very unfortunate incident happened to one of the girls on my trip, I don't want to get into details, but you can probably figure it out on your own. All I'll say is that people aren't exaggerating when they say Spanish guys can be aggressive and "hands-on," so girls, take a guy like me (6'3, 190 haha) or several other friends with you unless you're looking for a rendezvous with some Spaniard.
Dress Code: smart casual, it's a bit more upscale than some of the other discos but nothing too formal.
This is one of Granada's most famous clubs and now I know why. It's big, nicely decorated, has great music and a good crowd. Tourists and locals alike can be found here, and if you show up at around 1 you'll find the place full enough, yet not so full that you can't even walk. The music is basically pop, with some hip hop and a bit of techno. It's pretty much a sure bet if you want to dance the night away.
According to my friend's host father, Don Pepe, Granada 10 is the place to be in Granada. It is most definetly a place to see and be seen. Sure, we had fun dancing on the monster dance floor to the euro-beats and lounging on the gold couches, but there are better places to go such as El Principe or Distrito 10. That being said, if you want to guarantee yourself a fun night and if you are just itching to go clubbing, go on ahead to G-10. Cover and drinks are rather spendy. In true Spanish style, things don't get happening until late.
G-10 is also a cinema during the day!
Dress Code: Dress to impress! No jeans or shorts.
best night of my life so far and im only 16 was on an exchange got into granada diez equivalent to the moulin rouge as interior goes, danced from 11-6.30 latin american music great for gettin those kitten heels in use!
Dress Code: no jeans not casualwear we are talkin gladrags ere major spendin for the perfect outfit p.s def tight trousers major ass shakin to be done! bueno suerte also a bit of spanish wuldnt go a miss
I have only been here one night - and I remember that I at first thought the entrence to be rather expencive - but then when I came in all about the entrence was forgotten when seeing all the people partying and the HUGE dance-floor!
It is a really cool place that I soon hope to be able to go to again ;-)
Dress Code: No Sneakers... else I think everything is "legal"!
Local Granadinos have a special way to live the night. People drink together in the street until late night (these kind of pre-parties are called botellones) then they go to the bar and after they close the bar (about 3 am) they head to the club. Guess what I was doing here, had great parties... indeed. Was dancing till dawn, till they stoped the music and put the lights on. It was about 7.30 am and it was November, not the middle of summer. Really, these people know how to party... Sigh...
Dress Code: Not looking 'good' enough you won't be let in. Granada 10 is a really great fancy place, serving as a movie theater during the day, is a great place for dancing at night.
We went to a large club called Granada 10. It was a nice atmosphere, a lot of dancing, mixture of latin and American pop
it was very large
Dress Code: for the most part people were well-made up, I doubt if jeans were allowed