Cecilia Garland - Nov 9, 2015
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Nightclubs in major cities are among the main tourist attractions. No wonder the clubs try to impress their visitors with unique design as well as location. brings you the list of top seven bizarre nightclubs that attract the creatures of the night and entertain them until the sun rises. 

Chlosterli in Gstaad, Switzerland

Chlosterli, a Swiss nightclub, is not a tepid club because of the cold weather prevailing in the country. Located in Gstaad, a mountain retreat, and in one of its oldest chalet Chlosterli offers a stone dance floor that emits lights and evokes memories of “Saturday Night Fever,” the classic disco movie of the 70s. During the day, a restaurant is operated in this place and it transforms into a trendy nightclub by evening. The place becomes really active during December and January, the peak winter months, when many tourists and socialites come to Gstaad.

Guacara Taina in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Guacara Taina is by far the most unusual nightclub in the world. It is also known by the name The Cave. This nightclub is located in a cave and has been there for a few million years now. Guests enter the club at the street level first, but the inner portions, three dance areas, are deep down inside the cave. The uniqueness of these dance floors is that they are placed within natural crevices. The nightclub’s key attraction is its acoustics. It is superior and very different from the normal nightclubs because of its unique location.

Privilege in Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is by far the biggest party capital in the world and Privilege is the world’s largest nightclub with its area of 30,000 sq. feet. Privilege has the capacity to accommodate as many as 10,000 people at a time. There are 16 bars in the nightclub. Other amenities include a viewing dome, a dance floor, a swimming pool, a stage area and a garden. 

Halikarnas in Bodrum, Turkey

This nightclub is located in Bodrum, a resort town in Turkey. The beachfront club, built in an open-air style with Roman pillars, is surrounded by palm trees. It can host up to 10,000 people at any time and the main attractions of the club are the laser and light show and the stunning water fountain that is 85 feet high located at the center of the nightclub. The party season is from May to October with music provided by world-renowned disc jockeys. 

Cocoon Club in Frankfurt, Germany

Sven Vath, a world renowned disc jockey, owns this German nightclub. Cocoon Club can accommodate about 1,200 guests at a time. The beautifully designed interiors of the club compliment Cocoon Club’s superior acoustics. The main area of the club is surrounded by honeycombed wall, which acts as the video projection screen. On Fridays and Saturdays, Vath handles the music himself. The rest of the week is reserved for Vath’s friends. 

Club Aquarium in London, United Kingdom

Looking for old school partying place? Club Aquarium in London is the best choice. In addition to offering a dance floor, the club provides guests with an opportunity to partake in pool side cocktails and a Jacuzzi experience. Frequently, the club organizes Carwash nights wherein disco, funk and soul music of the 70s and new wave stuff of the 80s are played. The desire of the guests to dress up in the styles of the 70s and 80s adds up to the fun. 

Skye in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hotel Unique in Sao Paulo is an attraction by itself because of its contemporary architecture. The nightclub Sky is located on the roof of the hotel. Guests who come to the nightclub get a clear view of the city’s skyline because there are neither walls nor railings surrounding it. The nightclub has been deliberately left open and sparse by the owners so that guests can enjoy the stunning view of the city at night. The nightclub also offers a pool with underwater speakers so that swimmers do not miss out on the music. For the hotel guests, the club remains open all through the day. For others, access to the club is restricted to certain specific hours.

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