*Another one of the great Nightclubs in Acapulco
*There was a great dancing area, good music, nice atmosphere, classy nightly club and drinks were great!
*Cost to get in wasn't cheap, about $50 per person, but I thought it was worth it because this place ROCKS!!!...and you're on Vacation anyways
*Drinks were American nightclub prices, no Mexican Discounts here!
*Bathrooms were very nice and an attendand was there to hand you towels
*Try some of the specialty drinks!
*Located on the southern bay of Acapulco
Dress Code: *Can't were shorts and slacks are usually required although I saw a couple of people in the club wearing nice jeans with a classy top
I paid $230 pesos for enterance and unlimited free drinks. The atmosphere and decor is amazing. The club's dancefloor overlooks the ocean and has a capacity of 3000 people!!! They also had these guys come out with silver metalic body paint and this head gear...you had to see it was great. Mix of locals and tourist, cool place to hang out.
It's a club like any other of Acapulco, but it has huge windows that allow you to see the city of Acapulco by night as you dance.
I think it's expensive, like US$ 35,00 in March of 2005, but I heard it's the best club in Acapulco.
Beautiful view of the bay, great shows with dancers and fireworks as the night pushes on into early morning. Music mix and sound system kept you moving.
People were mostly kids from Mexico City who drove down for the weekend. They tended to stay in tight groups and didn't mingle that much. Seemed a little strange to me but the tasty Sangrias kept me from worrying about it. :)
Dress Code: Women are dressed upscale, in club dresses and heels. Guys tend to be more casual, saw alot of jeans with untucked dress shirts and dress shoes.
This place has an incredible view of the bay! The DJ plays awesome music on an impressive, high quality sound system. They have dance performers putting on a show throughout the entire night. Your cover includes an open bar. Most people arrive at midnight and leave at dawn. When in Mexico, be brave and ask the bartender for a cucaracha. While walking around the city, promoters walking around with flyers will give you passes for a discount on the cover.
Dress Code: Upscale trendy/chic
The Palladium and Enigma appear to be two of the top night clubs in town. Admission prices seem to vary night to night, you can pay 280 pesos to get into the Palladium but the ladies pay just 50 pesos (this was on Ladies Night). This price includes all the drinks you have. I must say though we thought the drinks were watered down.
There are loads and loads of bars along the main road (Costera Miguel Aleman) which are open all night - drinks generally were priced at around 25 to 30 pesos.
This is like the best night club in Acapulco for so many reasons, just to mention some of them:
The sight seein is the best you can see all Acapulco coast.
The biggest nightclub.
The coolest lights and sound system
Fireworks in the outside
The best music
The best people
Open Bar (international)
Dress Code: Casual....Skirts, pants, jeans,tops, nikkis...
DONT USE RUNNING SHOES!!!
Palladium-it sits high up in the cliffs and has a glass wall that overlooks the entire lagoon and city. At 6am every night, there is a fireworks display. It's enormous. Enigma-right down the street from palladium. It is a small club, but really nice. both these clubs have go-go dancers
Dress Code: DRESS TO IMPRESS