European Nightlife: 5 Top Clubbing Capitals

Us Europeans, it’s no secret that we love to party – so we thought we would give you some of the continents real hot clubbing hotspots. The places where you’re feet can’t stop tapping and your hands can’t stop clapping – the ultimate clubbing destinations!
Berlin

It wouldn’t really be acceptable to talk about European clubbing havens and omit Berlin…it’s absolutely awesome. The city is techno crazy and whether it’s an abandoned warehouse that looks like something out of Shutter Island, or a chic and intimate venue, you’re bound to have a great night!

Special shout out must go to Berghain…the aforementioned warehouse that can see people partying for days within its walls. It’s a techno aficionado’s dream but it’s not for the faint hearted!


Berghain sets you on an incredible journey that will have the hairs on the back of your neck, permanently pricked! However, if it all gets a bit much and you feel you need some respite from the club scene, come and check in with us…we’ll do our best to bring you back to full health.

London

Of course the English capital is going to be included in this list! All four corners of this epic city have different vibes, whether you’re in Shoreditch, Brixton or on the Kings Road.

Special shout out to Corsica Studios, located under the railway arches of Elephant and Castle…it’s an independent venue that seeks to breed creativity, and specialises in putting in some of the city’s best club nights and one off parties. It’s a special place.

When you go to London, you want to do it right and that usually means going big! Our hotel in Reading, located close to London, has a pentalounge that will act as the perfect party starter… You’ll be anything but bored!

Prague

You just have to include a city that has a 5 story club in its centre…Prague’s nightlife is all encompassing and offers a host of fun, so whether you’re looking for a chilled couple of drinks or an extremely wild one, this city can deliver.


The five floors of Karlovy Lazne are insane, providing it’s loyal club goers with the perfect recipe for a top night.

Kick it off in the ice bar, before heading up to the 80s cheesy pop room, with its multi coloured dance floor; and finish in a sunken dance floor, where you’ll hear a host of electronic anthems.

The biggest club in Central Europe is no mean feat…you’ll want to be at full strength when tackling this beast. Check in with us in Prague and enjoy the perfect balance of rest and play!

Budapest

The amazing island, Hajogyari, that is in the midst of the river Danube, welcomes thousands of party-goers each summer! Once the site of a Roman palace, Hajogyari now plays host to a plathora of nightclubs and bars.

The beautiful old town of Budapeth seems miles away when you indulge in the music scene of Hajogyari! A38, is a three tiered club that is on a Moored boat…very chic and very cool. Certainly a place to visit! All aboard..!

Barcelona

Feet shufflers take note – Ibiza and Marbella may be labelled as Spain’s top venues for the clubbing masses but Spain’s second largest city is certainly worth a visit. Barcelona hosts both Sonar and Primavera; two June based electronic festivals that’ll blow your mind.


When it comes to clubs, Razzmatazz is a cavernous warehouse that has a distinct industrial style (Steele glorious Steele!) It’s sheer size and five rooms means you’re likely to get lost at least once, however you may just end up getting lost in its music…it’s that good.

These are just some of europes best nightlife spots…

Pentahotels have 24 hotel properties in Europe. Our rooms offer the perfect balance for rest and play, so why not paint the town red before diving into bed? You’ll be anything but bored…

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