The music is great! 4 floors, Ewerithin from rap to electronic music! Young people all over...
If you are askin for fun you can find it here!
Whene you are done there are lots of taxi cars and they are cheap ...
Dress Code Nothing special as long you are in good moode clothes is not important
A great place, several stories of dance floors with different kinds of music. You´ll meet open different people to chat with and you´ll have a great joy of dancing craze. Closes at five am.
Warning: Be aware that the personell takes tip if you don´t tell them not to and pay with even money. Don´t be frightened by the guards outside with metal-detectors sweeping you, it´s just their routine...
Dress Code Nothing special, but you´ll feel better if you dress up nice...
At first it was quite intimidating with all the men that seemed to be pouring in, but it turned out to be OK after all.
Originally, this place was the bathing house of King Charles, so no wonder it had been put next to his bridge. If you take a look at the floors, you'll see that at some, there well be some stairs down where usually the party girls go dancing. That's where the baths used to be.
Inside Karlovy Lazne was nice, very huge with lots of different floors for different types of music.
Oversight was good, so you always knew who was there doing what.
People from different countries (I suspect) and all ages were there. I didn't have time to find out of course. Talking to a girl in English went great, on the contrary of places where they only spoke a little bit of English or even worse: "Cesky y Rusky" like Infinity (good place though) and Hany Bany (also very nice place) I know, I'm biased, that girl became my (ex-)girlfriend.
This is the self proclaimed biggest music club in Middle Europe. . . .whatever that means!! To tell you the truth, it is really huge, many stairs, an internet access area, and its and eyesore with its neon lights directly in view from Charles Bridge. Now with that being said, the club is actually pretty nice. It is defiantely packed with toursists, but we met many different people from different countries, all visiting Prague. There were natives, but not that many. We enjoyed ourselves a lot at this club and it has a decent view of the bridge. There is one Hip-Hop Room, and the others are mostly electronic music. The club has a lounge area on every floor which are very nice and decorated well. I would reccoment it to go there once just to check out the hype that it boasts, if you don't like it there are many others nightclubs around the area, obviously smaller, but sometimes thats better.
Dress Code Casual Dress Code
Karlovy Lazne is one of the most famous clubs in Prague; it's located near the Charles Bridge and has 4 floors. On every floor they play different kind of music.
The entrance is about 50/100 crowns, and the drinks are normally priced.
In the cellar there are free internetcomputers and footballtables, which cost 20/30 crown-'cents'
Dress Code Just wear casual.
Yes Yes you've heard it all before... there's this great 5 story nightclub in Prague... the chill out room is just....
Okay, it is good here but not that good. The great drinking area in the basement has been replaced with a sterile internet cafe and the funky uber-disco people have overtaken the Chill out room... I just won't go on about it but I loved this place the first time I went. The second time it bored me.
Go there for the novely value... the marble stairways will remind you of your school days.
Some members of our group (college sophomores, juniors and seniors) went here one night after dinner. We'd seen it earlier, advertised as Central Europe's largest dance club. It wasn't too expensive to get in, and featured five separate dance areas and at least two bars. Corona was 95 Crowns. The unnamed beer (I'm sure it had a name...just don't know what it was) was far less. Unfortunately, it was mostly filled with teenagers but we had fun anyway and met some people from New Hampshire. The techno room was really fun. It was dark and had black lights and a lower floor. Just a tip...public transportation shuts down in Prague at midnight or so, so if you stay late like we did, you'll have to take a taxi back.
Dress Code Dress code was pretty normal. We wore jeans and t-shirts and fit right in.
A single cover charge admits you to four venues - MCM Cafe(various live bands); Discotheque(classic disco music); Kaleidoscope(60's, '70's and 80's revival) and Paradogs(house, techno, drun n' bass, etc.)
Karlovy Lazne, just off Charles Bridge, is not the experience it once was. Situated in an old bathhouse, it used to be a wonderfully shabby experience - all the peeling paint and smashed tiles made it feel like going to a party in a squat.
Alas, Western standards (and health & safety) has caught up with Karlovy Lazne, and the refurb has diminished it's cheap and cheerful atmosphere of old. It's still possible to dance in a drained swimming pool, except if you didn't know what it was, you'd just think it was a lowered dance floor.
There are still five floors of music, ranging from cheese to chill out, there's an internet cafe and foosball room in the basement. It's still pretty cheap and still draws a surprisingly mixed crowd, giving it's Tourist Central location.
Still a good time to be had - just go before they laminate it any further.
Dress Code Bouncers don't really care what you wear. As with most places in Prague, the dress code is pleasingly relaxed after the petty, over-regulated clubs in England. Once you're through the metal detector, Karlovy Lazne is your playground. Just don't mess with people too much when you're bladdered - they'll tolerate drunken lariness, so long as it's not directed at other clubbers.
Thought the advertising "Best niteclub in middle europe!" was funny
on the Saturday there was a big queue, expect to queue early
Sunday was quiet but as there was 5 diff parts to the club , if u
made it to the top there was a nice 60 s nite
it was good price too
200 kroners and its open till 5 am for the nite owls
Dress Code there was no dress code when we went there
This was told to be the biggest club/disco in middle Europe, but it didn't feel much different from clubs around here. Of the 4 different dancefloors I only liked one. And it was really great, 'cause they played 60's, 70's and 80's hits!!
If you plan to go there, it's only 50kc between 21pm and 22pm, and 01-05. In between it's 120kc. We went there around 22.30 and the place was totally crowded already.
Dress Code Not that I know of...
This night club is advertised as the biggest club in middle Europe. It is fairly large and there are several different rooms that play all kinds of music. From techno to hip hop to 80's music. There is something for everyone. Although the techno rooms seemed to a little less active but I did leave kind of early. The best room was by far the chill out room upstairs with the chill house music.
Dress Code Casual