Tudors club is run by conservative thugs. My wife and sister-in-law were thrown out because they wore skirts up to their knees. At the same time there were prostitutes in there with hotpants and signs on the wall saying "show your boobs". If you are a modern woman, steer clear of this place!
Dress Code: for men: whatever
for women: burka is preferred, nikab and long trousers will do
Simply one of the worst place I have ever been. Arrived on 11th of august 2010 in full Ramadan period, perceived temperature above 40 degrees C. In antalya no one around, on saturday night too. Ally club and arma club almost empty every night and very expensive.
the only "hot spot" around is Kemer, 40 km far from marvellouse Antalya (80 euros by taxi). Aora and Inferno Discos, the most ignorant, violent and ugly russian people that you can imagine. moreover, turkish attendants don't let you in peace one minute, you cannot stand besides a table, you cannot even talk with girls!!! prices are everywhere not costant, it depends on your face.
Belly Dancing is an unavoidable part of almost every touristic programme in Turkey. And if the dancer approaches your tabletodance for a couple of seconds immediately in front of you this always means that she expectfrom you - if yu are male - to get a banknote from you which you have to stuff into her bra.
Beach Park is dreaming places for walking in the night, very quiet and clean, in late time you can find clubs near the beach with music and turning lights.
Dress Code: not important but better to wear comfprt shoes.
Quite trendy place for trendy people. After midnight the place is crowded. If you come too early, the music might suck, but don't leave. When the place gets more and more corwded, the music is getting better. Quite pleasant staff, great atmosphere. You can chill to some great music and if you are looking for romance, can enjoy the starry sky.
Dress Code: I guess casual clothes will work just fine
The biggest vlub of Antalya is definitely Club 29.. with a capacity of around 2000 people its one of the hot places of summer..
Overlooking to the Antalya Marina, the club has also got a fascinating view..
The club is serving as a restaurant, bar and club all together.. You can also start the night there by having your dinner. Menus are around 35-60 USD.. Or you can just drop in midnight..
Dress Code: Care for your dress, there is not a strict regulation but shirts are more welcomed than T-shirts..
Ally's has become the most favourite night club in Antalya.. During the hot summer nights, if you want to spent a rocking night, you shall choose Ally for dancing..
You shall be ready to wait in a que in the entrance, and especially at friday and saturday nights, it is very crowded.. Boys and girls do wear their fancy clothes and it is a good quality night club..
Dress Code: No special clothes are mentioned, however you shall choose good looking night clothes..
It's again Club 29 Antalya with a capasity of 2000,is one of the big open-air disco in Antalya.You can find live entertainment there.Some of Turkey's most popular singers and bands often preform here.There is large pool frequently used late at night.
If you like to dance under moonlight with fresh sea air on your face in hot summer night and also you like to be in a place so close to sea ,why not there?
Nightlife in alanya
Auditorium Open Air Disco Dimcayi Mevkii
James Dean Iskele Cad.
Koloni Disco Dimcayi Mevkii
Sedir Bar and Café Kucuk Yali Cad., opposite Ataturk Park
Zape Hahn Iskele Cad. Rihtim Meydani 14
james dean is the most quality bar in the alanya.ý suggest all of you.
animations in the amphitheatre of the club followed by some more dancing next to the pool and then in the night club till late in the night.
each night a different show with a differet subject and at the end of each show dancing the logo dances of club med with the animator. At the end of a couple of days everyone knows the dances.
Dress Code: mostly smart casual and sports.
Club 29, enjoys one of the most enviable seafront positions, with stunning views of the old fortifications of Antalya and the marina.
ALLY: Good fun, good food, good music.
They offer sophisticated service.
Dress Code: smart dress could be better.
Tram passing infront of the old and ancient clock turm. You can see in many Turkish cities clock turms builded by Sultan Abdulhamit the 2nd.
There are plenty of night clubs.........
You will probably here some Turkish hip hop or techno!
Dress Code: Normal unless your a woman and shouldn't expose yourself too much like in Europe.