My friends and I really liked OTTOZUTZ, it is a nightclub that used to extremely selective and trendy and now that has lessened a bit. While it is still trendy and cool it no longer has famous people, it does however have a ton of students and young people from all over. While there are tourists it is also popular with Spanish students. There are three floors although the place is not huge, a floor with hip hop, another with electronica, and the third is VIP. Don't get too upset if you're not let into vip a lot of times it is just filled people who are willing to spend a lot on drinks. HUGE TIP!! Don't pay to get in a few blocks up on Maria Cubi and Amigo (an area of upscale bars) people hand out free passes to get in before a certain time. It's about a 12 euro entrance fee ith one drink included. (a cocktail here can cost up to 11 euro here). Many locals go to the nearby bars until closing and then head over to Ottozutz at around 3:30. Like all nightclubs in Barcelona it doesn't really get going until at least 2 or even later.
Dress Code: No sneakers for guys. Also you won't be let in if you appear drunk.
Big, warehouse-style club. Strange kind of house music downstrais, a balcony on the second floor and a chill-out room with sofas and a popular hip-hop area on the third floor. Don´t go there before 2.30 AM and try to pick up free passes in shops or outside one of the many clubs or bars close to Otto Zutz!
Popular three-storey nightclub with different music playing on every floor. Not really my 'cup of tea'. My opinion is that the crowd that visits Otto Zutz somewhat uptight and that the real party can be found elsewhere.
Dress Code: I heard thay have some kind of dress code. However, my experiences tell me that you get in as long as you are fully dressed...
Otto Zutz is spread out over two floors and has two different types of ambiance so that you can party like crazy.
Dress Code: fashionable and trendy