The Best Madrid Clubs
Jul 22 , 2011
Madrid clubs are famous worldwide for offering a good time and appealing to a diverse range of nightlife-enthusiasts. Ranging in music style and atmosphere, you'll dance in venues that stretch multiple stories above and below ground, with sights and sounds to keep you entertained until dawn.
A definite Madrid hotspot located in a modern 3-story building, Pacha has been one of the most sought after Madrid clubs since the 1980s. Known for its discotheque vibe with plenty of glitz and glam, Pacha has sister clubs all around the world.
The Madrid club setting is likely to catch your fancy, offering different dance music styles from night to night. This joint attracts a mostly younger crowd.
Palacio de Gaviria
Palacio de Gaviria is known as one of the best Madrid clubs likely because of its unique setting in a historic castle ballroom. This 19th century mansion transformed nightclub fuses art, history, and modern DJ tunes.
Here you will find a diverse mix of performances, cabarets, and even dance classes. Dance, stroll, people-watch, and goggle at this famous ballroom turned nightclub.
Kapital offers a very modern, lavish and exciting club experience for everyone. Travel its seven floors that are divided into three distinct music atmospheres including traditional club music, soul/funk, and salsa.
Need to cool down? Every three minutes a cold jet of air shoots down several floors of this giant dance party. There is likely an atmosphere mood and dance style to please and impress all of Kapital’s guests looking for one of the hottest Madrid clubs.
Housed in a basement, Coppelia attracts those looking for a night of electronic music spun by the best local DJs. You’ll enter for free if you come before 2 a.m.
This Madrid club is unassuming from the street entrance, the party starts upon entering the large dark basement below. The experience is relaxing, yet lively. On some week-ends the club brings in foreign DJs, which attract an even larger crowd.
One of the oldest Madrid clubs, El Sol is now one of the busiest Madrid clubs. Offering affordable drinks and lots of dancing, El Sol attracts visitors from all over the world.
Playing a mix of 70s funk, electronica, and rock, often times bands from around the world stop at El Sol come to debut new music off of recent albums.
La Via Lactea
If you don’t love the vibe of a typical club scene, you’re likely to enjoy this time travel experience back to Madrid clubs of the 1950s through 1980s.
Listening to pop/rock music from decades past while gazing at old music posters on the wall, this retro feel in Madrid may make you want to stay on vacation forever.