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first techno club, Tresor Club opened in 1991 in the basement
vault-rooms of the former Wertheim department store. Today, this
institution is located in a giant former power station, situated over
three floors including the +4 Bar, which has views of the old power
station ruins. The club continues to deliver the latest in electronic
music with a full programme of visiting musicians and DJ sets.
stunning, sweeping view of the skyline is the defining feature of this
classy club, restaurant and bar. Welcoming a hip “in” crowd in their
late 20s to mid-30s, 40 Seconds has less attitude than comparable
lounges and offers amazingly good, light food and sublime drinks.
Potsdamer Str. 58
from 11pm Fri–Sat
030 89 06 42 41
rooftop club with great views of the glittering high-rises on
Alexanderplatz is a young, trendy and surprisingly down-to-earth house
and electro pop club, frequented by a music-oriented, fashionable
from 11pm Thu–Sat
030 24 63 16 76
Felix, in the basement of the Adlon, is the jewel in the crown of
Berlin’s nightlife, welcoming the city’s hippest crowd. Getting in is as
hard as finding a quiet spot in the stylish dance club, but on special
weeknights, quieter jazz programmes are offered. During international
events staged in Berlin, the Felix is a sure thing for spotting
Spindler & Klatt
event space doubles as a regular lounge with restaurant, but it is most
famous for special events, mainly dance nights and funky parties.
Spindler & Klatt
one of the city’s oldest and most successful clubs, the Sage Club
(which also hosts the notorious, all-nude Kit Kat Club events) is a sure
bet for a thrilling night out. It has a stylish interior and an
impressive state-of-the-art sound system.
several moves, Cookies has finally found its perfect home in the
basement of the elegant Westin Grand Hotel, which is now the permanent
location for a die-hard clubbing scene encompassing house, techno,
hip-hop and indie styles.
This is one of the oldest of the East Berlin clubs. The Sophienclub is tucked away right next to the Hackesche Höfe
complex and attracts an enthusiastic, alternative rock and pop crowd,
as well as being popular with students. It is undoubtedly one of the
liveliest and often most packed clubs in the city.
Rosenthaler Str. 40
from 10pm Tue–Sat
030 282 45 52
Ballhaus is the last survivor of the 1920s “Tanzcafés” where classic
society dances are still fashionable. Despite its rustic interior and
its many long-time, mostly working-class clientele, the Ballhaus also
attracts a younger hip crowd who enjoy the quirky atmosphere and
from noon daily
030 282 92 95
on the river Spree with beautiful views of the illuminated Warschauer
Brücke, the Watergate, with its stunning LED dance floor, is one of
Berlin’s cutting-edge clubs, featuring the latest in house, techno and
drum ‘n’ bass styles.